Thursday, 21 July 2016

nottingham 2.

we spent the next day trying not to be too hungover and got up at 2pm to explore more of this gorgeous city. we got lunch at the timeout cafe which can be found by a small door in a busy high street. when you open the door, you only see a flight of stairs, but once you go up..... discover this little gem!!

this place sells affordable gourmet food such as carbonara rice cakes along with drinks such as pandan tea and taro milk tea. we also had a blast playing with the board games they provided amongst the pretty aesthetics.

yina took us around this shopping centre which looked absolutely stunning.

we then stopped by some artwork and graffiti along this wall where loksze found a light switch and was warned by some guys smoking on a bench not to press it as he'll get electrocuted. 

nottingham is mostly cute houses along the streets, extremely hill-y and quite clean for a town. or perhaps that is the case because i compare it to london which is so litter filled.

visiting the arcade.
in the evening, we went to a thai restaurant which also had beautiful aesthetics. the atmosphere was so calm and we chose to sit outside to enjoy the gentle evening breeze though it was already 9:30pm and the waiter was telling us the kitchen is about to close.

nevertheless, the food was top notch. perhaps the best curry fried noodles i've ever had.

even if you're not dining, this restaurant is great for grabbing some drinks and chilling on the rooftop with some mates. plus there is student discount!

the night ended with some gentle strolls around the town square..

 ...and this underground beer pong place!

before we got our pint and ping pongs however, we decided to cop some ciders instead and jam at a house party - just when we thought we weren't gonna be hungover.

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