Making my way around Kingston

So, I’ve finally managed to connect my blackberry to my computer so I can take and post pictures now. I was thinking about going around taking pictures today, but I kind of suck at taking pictures so I took some at the start of my walk from Surbiton to Kingston then I took none.


So this is just around the corner from where I live, there are few restaurants there and it’s right by my new gym. Which will be the next picture:


I think the sign states that you can reach Kingston with bicycle? Well I walked to the Kingston Market


I don’t really know what I was taking a picture of here, but you can kind of see some of the way I walk to get to Uni (that is if I chose to walk this route).


The scientology church in Kingston, I think… It’s right across the road from Uni.


The Kingston market where I bought stuff for my vegetable soup.


I could never buy soaps like that I would eat them

When I got back home I started making vegetable soup, I don’t know how it will taste yet it’s on the oven. But this is what it looked like before I put it there:


Well what would a great long walk be without buying something heavy to carry all the way. Yesterday I bought a 10 kg kettlebell to carry, today I bought that soup pan, a lot of vegetables, new shoes and some books. Believe me when I say that it was just as hard to carry all that way as carrying the kettlebell.


“Quite a mix of books there” the cashier pointed out. “Yes” I said, because I think a parody of 50 Shades of Shit (yes intended misspelling of the title, it would be more suitable for the book anyway) has the potential to be freaking hilarious.


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