Party + Night Bus Transport

   Posted by: Janahan Balasingham   in Experience, Personal

Well, back from last night’s party for my friend’s b’day at The Vibe Bar in East London. Was supposed to be a big time drinking festival but didn’t feel like it. Maybe it’s because I’ve partied with a few people who lives to party. Anyways, got tired quite fast because we didn’t have a place to sit in the outdoors in the bar. Place was packed outdoors and had to stand for around 3 hours. I had already walked more than 1/2hr to reach the place because TFL guided me in the wrong direction. Might have been my mistake as well since I searched using mobile and might have selected Aldgate East instead of Aldgate so it told me to go right instead of left and I got lost in the end. Thanks to Nokia Map, I was able to find my way back. Hung around with my friends most of the night discussing from the country’s situation back home to lifestyle in London to MJ’s death. There weren’t any single girls in our group so just a bunch of guys hanging around together.

Past midnight, had to take the night bus home because undergrounds are closed. Checked TFL and it reported where to take the bus and the frequency. Unfortunately it’s not updated properly so instead of every 10 minutes, the bus came 1/2hr late. After the long evening of standing up, it was annoying to have to wait so long. Took the bus and the driver suddenly decided to terminate in the midway. He just announced that the bus terminates there and everyone should get out. So we were standing again for a little while until another bus came. All the passengers from the first bus wanted to get in for free since we have already paid for the ticket. But the driver told us that it was irrelevant and we must pay again. So we had to pay twice to go to the destination. NICE SERVICE!!! And they say they are proud of their service. Bullshit.

Came home around 4 in the morning I think. Was too tired to do anything else so went straight to bed.

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