KashaTV : 2nd March Video

Kasharena Horton
March 25, 2014


This video is a way for people who are interested in Study Abroad London to get a just of London and what it has to offer. This video visits camden and borough market, oxford street, hyde park, roller disco, and the tourist spots such as the London eye. There is so much more of London to see, but that would result in a hour long video! Enjoy!

I wish I could have shown the hip hop karaoke show on Thursday Nights at The Social, or the free jazz at ‘Round Midnight in Angel. There is also a new spot called “Drink, Shop, Do” which host nights such as singing Bingo, which is really fun and a great time to socialize with not only your group, but other people, too.
I wish I could have also shown my FAVORITE Cafe, it’s called Melissa in Camden, and has the cheapest and best foods. I of course go right for the cinnamon pretzels, which are to die for, and the carrot cake! Yum, I’m getting hungry just thinking about it.
Also, people told me that the London eye would be expensive, but I thought it was so worth the 20 pounds!

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<p><span style="color: rgb(29, 29, 29); font-family: Arial, Verdana, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal; background-color: rgb(237, 237, 237);">My name is Kasharena Horton, but you can call me Kasha. I am a junior studying at American University and this semester I am studying with the IES program in London! Public Health and specifically the topic of health disparities interest me and this program allows me to really dive into the inner-workings of my interest by giving me hands on work in the field. This is my first time in Europe so this whole experience is brand new to me and you&#39;ll probably guess that through my blog as I note things about London and my experience here that locals probably don&#39;t even notice anymore. I love working and interacting with people from all walks of life, and I can&#39;t wait to explore London and all its diversity. Catch up with you soon, thanks for reading!</span></p>

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