SHEESH!!! What’s cooking everybody?? It’s been two weeks since I’ve added a blog post… That’s just really not good enough Tayla! (Yes, I am referring to myself in the third person). I guess being Twenteen is making me a little lackadaisical- what a great word that is! Seriously.
I had quite an eventful past weekend. The sun has been gracing us with its presence a lot lately and so of course we (Sister *Alex* , Future Bro-In-Law *Dan*, Boyfriend *Tom* and Friend *Sarah Sarah Sarah*) took advantage of this and ventured off to the ZSL London Zoo for some fun in the sun. Oh and there’s only one Sarah- we just all repeat her name three times for comical effect.
Hahaha Alex wore a green shirt, so the camera wasn’t able to pick it up and so her shirt has the pattern of our surroundings 🙂
We saw loads of animals (naturally, as it was a zoo!!) which included: Giant tortoises, countless reptiles and countless primates, penguins, lions, tigers, gorillas, giraffes, zebras, warthogs, wild dogs, meerkats, aardvarks, porcupines, pygmy hippos, wallabies, sea life, Komodo dragons, camels and many more that my brain can’t remember. We got up, close and personal with a few species in the monkey enclosure and in Butterfly Paradise. Was pretty cool 🙂
After stopping for lunch and paying £6.50 for a margarita pizza the size of my hand, we carried on walking around the zoo and covered about a bajillion (not a real word) million miles! We then left the zoo and walked through the beautiful Regent’s Park.
The next day (Sunday and Tom’s birthday), Tom and I went off to London again to have a South African themed day. We started off by watching The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre in Covent Garden. It was my second time seeing it and words cannot describe how AMAZING the production is!! I sang along to all the songs and thoroughly enjoyed every second!! There’s no doubt that The Lion King is one of Disney’s greatest movies ever, so if you ever get the chance to see the production- GO!!! We then caught the tube to Camden Town to enjoy a delicious SA meal at the Shaka Zulu restaurant. The interior of the restaurant was incredible- so wonderfully detailed and truly African. Tom had a crocodile cigar for starters (crocodile springroll) while I had a biltong platter. For mains, Tom had the pork ribs and peri peri wedges and I enjoyed a medium rare rib-eye steak with Cape Malay rice and cinnamon butternut. Surprisingly, there was no room for dessert.
Other than that, I have been extremely busy at work- looking forward to the bank holiday weekend then off to Spain 🙂
Have a great week everyone!