The Red Bus

Today is dedicated to the guys and girls πŸ˜„ who get me from point A to B! πŸ‘ I’ve had the most amazing experience using public transport in London. It is so quick and easy, provided there’s no traffic 😜 and most of all safe.

I’ve met really nice people on my road trips who have helped me figure out what time the next bus arrives, led me to the proper bus stop, kept me company while waiting for a bus and then you get those interesting convo’s on the bus but I’m usually just eaves dropping on those πŸ˜‚πŸ˜œ bare with me, some of these trips are really really long😴 and if the entertainment is free, why not? πŸ˜„πŸ‘‚πŸ‘€

But let’s not get stuck in traffic!!! Been there, done that and enjoyed a brisk walk home in the rainπŸ’¦ and don’t for a second think I didn’t enjoy that! I loved it! ❀️ the rain in London is amazing and walking in the rain is actually as normal as a bright and sunny summers day🌞 everybody does it πŸ‘Œ

I remember being so excited to use these buses πŸ˜‚ and I just can’t get enough. And don’t get me wrong, we have cars but I’m like “no, it’s fine. I’ll get the bus” πŸ˜„πŸ˜œ I really enjoy the walks and sometimes a really fast run not to miss the busπŸƒ(there’s been those times) , the scenery and the crispy fresh air πŸ‚πŸβ„οΈ, being chauffeured around and not having to drive (I know you wish you were me right now😜) but most of all to embrace the culture of the beautiful city I’m in right nowπŸ™

The greatest lesson learnt from the big red bus is PATIENCE πŸ˜‚πŸ‘Œ and patience is beautiful 🌸

The End.

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The vintage edition πŸ’‹

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