At St Albans

My girl wanted us to go to St Albans to have a look at the morning morket and at the same time, she wanted to show me the cathedral whereby her convocation would be held. 

we waited for the bus
at the bus stop opposite Galleria where I stopped when I first reached Hatfield.

Not long after, we reached St Albans..Here's a glimpse of the morning market.
We walked past the cathedral 
and came to a pond..
After our slow stroll along the side of the pond,
 we decided to get a bouquet of flowers ready for her convocation.
Bought the flowers at M & S nearby St Albans morning market place.
Then we took the bus back to Hatfield and dropped down at Asda.
Bought thermal wear for myself
as Scotland would be very cold.

The next day which was a Sunday, we attended my girl's church anniversary.

Comments

  1. St Albans market is so clean and neat.

    Beautiful pond park.

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    1. good evening Sharon.
      I love the swan and the market there too.
      Have a nice day!

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  3. The Thermal wear is almost same price with Malaysia. Now I know that China and Taiwan sell the cheapest!

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    1. oh really! I didn't know about that..

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  4. hmmm, i saw someone drew a truck on the frosted glass at the bus stop, who did that?? hahaha, looks cute~~ :p

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    1. nice, i always like to go to the local market.. this is where we see more of the culture.. and of course we may be able to find a lot of things that we have not seen before.. it's actually an exploration and discovery there :)

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    2. you bought the flower at H&M?? they sell flowers?? or you mean M&S as seen on the plastic bags in the photo??

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    3. you are so observant, SK!
      you noticed the drawing and even the print on the plastic bag.
      sorry, I was thinking too much of H & M, haha..

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    4. I saw the H&M thing yesterday too, but I was think the flower shop is nearby H&M, so you missed put it!!!

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  5. As usual the market there looks way neater compared to ours. :D

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  6. I also hope we have the same kind of market at our place.

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    1. St Albans market what a nice name too. Everything is so fresh.

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    2. yes, fresh and abundant too..

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  7. I can see your happy faces when you were with your gal.

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    1. oh of course, it's natural..good to see her after so long..

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  8. Yeah Scotland is very cold, just like what my friend told me. She stays in UK. I hope I have chance to visit her and her father.

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    1. that's nice..you can visit her some day!

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  9. I love visit morning markets at other countries, lots of new and interesting things to see!

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    1. yes, I always love to visit the local markets.

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  10. I remember St Albans... and the ducks at the lake! hahaha.. many many years ago.. too bad no more pictures now.
    Been to Asda too.. reasonable prices over there...

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    1. yes, Asda has the most reasonable priced items..

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  11. I like the goose at the lake too~ nice scenery!

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  12. Lovely photo of you and your daughter, Wenn. The morning market is not wet like our wet market or our pasar malam.

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    1. thanks Mun..
      yes, we would love to visit the market as they were so well kept..

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  13. A beautiful and pleasant place !

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