London

With our wedding day in the books, the next part of married life would be the illustrious "Honeymoon".  So we packed our bags and left on a jet plane. The plan: travel abroad, stopping in London, Glasgow, Paris, Rome, Split, and Amsterdam for the next month. Jolly old England was our first stop.

 Euro Trip Carry-on Essentials

Euro Trip Carry-on Essentials

 Sunset

Sunset

So after a delayed connecting flight and a longggg wait through custom, Frances and I finally arrived in London.  Even after paying over $25 each for our tiny in-flight meals, the first thing on our minds were food! But not just any type of food, we were both craving good ol' authentic British "fish & chips".  After some extensive Google research, I came across a place called Gigs Fish & Chips which came highly recommended by a few travel blogs, so we had to try it out.  Coincidentally, our friend Cecilia was also in London that same day and was happy to join us. Even though we live in the same city and haven't seen her since our Coachella days in 2013, but hey, better late than never right?  Anyhow, Gigs did not disappoint! 

 You Gotta Eat Here

You Gotta Eat Here

Coachella 2013 Reunion

After our late lunch, we followed Cecilia to Oxford St. were the streets were packed with tourists, brand name shops, and no shortage of H&M's at every block. Who knew they were that popular in the UK?

From Oxford St., we explored the alleys of Soho then made our way to Piccadilly Circus which is similar to New York's Time Square, so there were no shortage of advertisements.

 Much needed coffee break to beat the jet lag

Much needed coffee break to beat the jet lag

 Shot on an iPhone

Shot on an iPhone

 Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus

 Oxford Street

Oxford Street

After all that walking and sightseeing, day 1 was in the books. Not a bad way to start off the honeymoon.