If you’ve been wandering around Central London in the last few weeks you would have no doubt seen a few giant eggs on your journey. I’ve been egg spotting for a few weeks now and whilst I haven’t been out any specific egg hunting adventures I’ve snapped a few as I’ve gone about my daily commute.
Posts tagged ‘public holiday’
On Saturday we celebrated Waitangi Day with about 4,000 other Kiwis on the now (thanks to Dylan Clements) 13th Annual World Famous Waitangi Day Circle Line Pub Crawl, and it was awesome! Whilst New Zealanders at home were treated to the all too familiar protest at Waitangi headlines, Kiwis in London donned costumes, ate pies, sang songs and drank beer in celebration of our favourite nation.
Holidays; we never seem to have enough of them and as soon as they’re over we’re always thinking about the next one. Someone recently asked me if New Zealand had more or less public holidays than England and I proudly stated (with a tone of resentment) that we have less. Ha! Turns out I was wrong…we actually have MORE!
May 5th is officially recognized as Children’s Day in South Korea.
Parents often give presents to their children, as well as spend time with them. It’s a national holiday so schools and general places of work are closed so that parents can take their children on excursions to zoos and museums. Today is not a good day to venture back to Everland!