So I’m jet-lagged, irregular, and anxious. On my second night, I kept thinking about how I was going to find a job. Apparently this country operates on a system: bank account first, then cell phone, then an NI number, then…etc.
I guess I may be jumping the gun, as I have been here 4 full days, and sleep ten to twelve hours a day. This is not like me, but everyone keeps saying its the jet-lag…and I need to rest first.
So, I do the only thing I know how to do; I run.
I ran down the nearest “high street” and I kept running until I didn’t see any lights and the rain came down too hard to run. So I stopped under a lighted bus shelter (very neat by the way, in New York we’re lucky if our bus stops have the bus signs on them) and waited for it to die down before running back.
I snapped this photo before I turned on my little road going home. If you’re ever driving in London, these things are scary when they are coming right at you! After all, they are driving on the wrong side of the road.
Have you been to London? Or live here? Or do you just plain travel a lot? What are your tips for beating jet lag, or the best places to eat, shop, drink or even rent a flat?
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