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Camden Market

On friday myself and the boy hotfooted to London for the day. We had originally planned to go to Westminster Abbey but it was quite expensive to get in so we decided to visit the British Library. Mahooosive but unfortunately you need to have a pass to have a proper look around so we scampered along to Camden Market which is just along the road. It was bloody awesome!!! Very overwhelming but i managed to buy a nice white lace dress from one of the many stalls (only £10) and ate falafel balls, yum! On the way home we went to Giraffe in Westfields, the boy had the Giraffe Burger and i had the Veggie burrito :)

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I also purchased these cigarette trousers from topshop with a gift voucher, £15 reduced from £38!

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