What are our likes and dislikes when travelling in England? 🇬🇧
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We were born and raised in England and, for the majority of our lives, lived in a westernised bubble, so have most likely taken for granted the good aspects when travelling in England and never realised the negative, due to having no comparisons to make. 😲
Well, times have changed and after our last long stint away from the UK, which lasted for 2.5 years, we now notice more than ever the good and bad aspects that it holds. ☕💰🚅 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
So, what are they? 🤔 (Article can be found in our bio link)
Snapped ⏰: 06-04-2018
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended a memorial service for the men and women that passed away during the first world war.
The couple were welcomed by Te Ataraiti Waretini from Ngati Ranana - the London Maori Club - with a traditional hongi, the soft pressing of noses and the sharing of each other's breath.
Ms Markle was making her first appearance at a service marking Anzac Day - April 25 - the anniversary of the start of the First World War Gallipoli landings, and a national day of remembrance for Australia and New Zealand.
Ms. Markle passed a cultural milestone when she, and Harry, were welcomed by Te Ataraiti Waretini from Ngati Ranana with a traditional hongi, the soft pressing of noses and the sharing of each other's breath.
This look is a win for me, personally. The coat is beautiful and paired with the hat oozes elegance,style, and class. It was very appropriate for the event. Tell me what you all think. .