London Diary


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OVER THE WEEKEND AS WEATHER TURNED OUT REALLY GOOD FOR A SATURDAY, which is usually rare in London and since my cousin came over to visit thought why not go do something productive, as he planned our match day tickets beforehand. We managed to get hold of 2, so we ended up visiting Arsenal’s famous ‘Emirates Stadium’ to see a Premier League fixture between Arsenal FC and Watford FC. Somehow it turned out to be a goal fest between the two teams with Arsenal winning 4-0 in the end. Although I don’t support Arsenal I felt as it turned out to be a good contest.

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Being a keen photographer, I pretty much took lots of shots whilst sitting and standing during this match, as I had quite an amazing view towards the front. Whilst I managed to take some great photo shots with my S6 Edge, as you can see from the images taken.

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After the game, we travelled down to central London towards ‘Harrods’ as part of showing my cousin a landmark of London. Once we walked around inside, both were pretty much hungry, so I did some prep before to see what is around Knightsbridge and found that there is a place called Maroush restaurant. This was a Lebanese restaurant known as ‘The Original Lebanese Dining in London since 1981’. These guys have been going for a long while and have done really well since. There have also been featured on Evening Newspaper magazine, which is quite impressive.

This was a Lebanese restaurant known as ‘The Original Lebanese Dining in London since 1981’. These guys have been going for a long while and have done really well since. There have also been featured on Evening Newspaper magazine, which is quite impressive.

Going back to the food I felt it was pretty good, although pricey but you are bound to expect such price around Knightsbridge. After skimming through their menu I eventually opted for the ‘Shish Taouk’ These cubes of chicken pieces were cooked in front of us and done well.

You also have salads and potato on the side with the order. It sure did taste great but you do need a side sauce as it can be dry eating on its own. However, overall felt it was worth taking a picture as the presentation was spot on. As you can see from the image below and at the end, they’re gave us complimentary fruits and Baklava, which tasted nice.

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Finally, on Sunday morning we decided to play some Top Golf in Chigwell, a set of two games, where we won 1 game each but I high scored with 63 points. However, it sure was a good enjoyable weekend before cricket season gets going in a couple of weeks time.

Me in action

If you would like to see footage of the Arsenal FC vs Watford FC match from where I was sat you can now view it on my YouTube by clicking on this link here to view.

I appreciate you all for taking your time out to read this post and I hope you enjoyed this blog post. Feel free to like, follow and comment your thoughts below.

Adil Musa

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