I took into consideration your advice and I went to see Camden Town.If you want to go, Saturday and Sunday are the best days to go.I must have to say that I was suprised by its cultural diversity.Camden Town is known for its markets.You can find everything at a good price, but not always good quality.My eyes and my tummy were seduced by a colourful smell of food.I was following that smell and I discovered a small street with many varities of food  from Asia, Europe, etc.It’s improper to say that there were restaurants because people were standing up to eat.I think that this is also a way to consider this place as special.I wasn’t very thunderstruck of Camden Town but has something unsual, which deserves a short visit.I felt there a huge freedom to express your personal feelings without being judged.

Why I didn’t buy it?It’s such a shame…

So cheaaap!

I would like to have one!

I’m in love with this photo!

After that, I took the underground to Portabello Road or more exactly Ladbroke Grove.Portabello Road is known for second-hand clothes and antiques.I liked it more than Camden Town because I bought some nice stuffs and I met many friendly people.

Rabbit fur coat…If I had enough space in my luggage it could be mine

The day ended remarkably with a dinner with Margie’s family at an English Pub.My friend suggested a typical english meal: Buttered beer code with tartar sauce and chunky chips.It was really delicious and filling.As a dessert I had almond cherry tart with ice -cream.It was a lively and friendly atmosphere because I was able to chat with the family.

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