Wait, what? Err... haha?
"Take a seat, take a seat!"
"Well doesn't that fish look GORGEOUS!"
Yup, I agree. Why are you stating it, though, all the way from the other table.
-early morning in Gay Village-
"Miss, miss, saw you had a nice camera, could you take a photo of us?"
Umm...they're three homeless men. No, just... no. What would you do?
Sorry guys, I'm not gonna take a picture of you.
"Miss, I insist. You'd get a nice photo of us bums and our tents."
I'm sorry, have a nice day...
|My relaxing 5 o'clock cuppa when it was too cold to stay outside. Trying out mango-strawberry tea.|
However, there were lots of things I enjoyed, like strolling down the streets, discovering vintage shops in the alternative Northern Quarter, shopping (which I NEVER usually do while I'm travelling but they have River Island!!) drinks and chats with another solo-traveller and, last but not least, eating. The latter included scrumptious Indian food, the original fish n chips and my childhood favourites like salt&vinegar crisps, monster munches and wispa! Manchester was a lively city full of contrasts in architecture. But like I already said to a fellow traveler; it's probably a nice city to live in but there isn't really much to see for a tourist.