Tuesday, May 26, 2009

What should one do when they visit Cambridge?

Cambridge is a small sleepy little town but on a bright sunny day it does become a garden with everyone out doing barbeque. :-) 
When you visit Cambridge 
  1. Lookout for weather guide and pray that the sun stays out the whole day. 
  2. If you are not sure of the weather then then just use your iPhone as she did. (Some people just don't stop showing off! Not you darling, I am talking about some other people)


  3. Head for Midsummer Common, which is close to City Center. Here is a view of Midsummer on Google Street Map on a sad cold day. Imagine how it would look on a bright and warm sunny day. 


  4. Get rented bicycles. If you come by train, you can find a bicycle rent shop in the private parking area of the station. If you have your own bike and you should get it along. Cambridge is small enough and if you are cycling more than 30 mins to reach your destination it means you are either lost or you are out of Cambridge or "buck up lazy ass you are biking too slow!!"
  5. When you reach Midsummer Common, head for the river Cam. It runs through Midsummer. 
  6. Get some sandwiches and drinks along. There are few pubs incase you don't want to bring your own food. Fancy a pint then please visit Fort St. George
  7. Enjoy the weather 


  8. Enjoy your Ice Creams and stickout you tongue if you had Mr Bubbles. Love the bubble gum colour and taste on your tongue.


  9. Take Self potraits  


  10. Girls can checkout the guys rowing and flexing their muscles. 


  11. Or just simple relax, bike for sometime, sit down relax again. Or close your eyes and sleep in the grass. (Don't forget to tie the bike to your leg. Cambridge is famous for professional bicycles thieves.) 
It was an amazing day and we just did that. :-) 

Precaution : Watchout for cow dung while you are walking or biking!!!


2 comments:

Praveen R. 1:22 AM, June 05, 2009  

dude,

I haven't been here in ages.

Btw, I love that blue tongued shot. Funddoooooo as you guys would describe it :)

Regards,
Praveen R.

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