London, UK

I was rostered two Cambodia flights this month, so I decided to swap one of them for a London Heathrow flight – with Mamdouh! It would also mean that I would get to see my family before my birthday so we could have a little early birthday celebration.

It was a night flight over to London so mostly all the passengers were asleep which mean’t we had to fight to keep our eyes open, so as soon as we got to the hotel in London, we slept for a few hours before going out.

Mamdouh has never actually been sightseeing in London so I decided to take him around to see the sights. We got the tube to Knightsbridge and went to Harrods which felt very festive!

Piccadilly line to Knightsbridge







Harrods is one of my favourite places in London, I could walk around each of the different rooms for hours! We got some lunch in a restaurant opposite and then walked back to the tube station and made our way to our next stop – Buckingham Palace.

Buckingham Palace





The Royal Standard flag was flying which mean’t the Queen was at home! She was also at home in Windsor when I visited a few weeks ago – she must be following me! We then walked up to Piccadilly and then onto Regent’s Street.

Piccadilly Circus
Regent Street


We did a bit of shopping on Oxford Street and then got the tube and train to Greenwich where I met my Mum, Sister and Nephew. They were waiting for us in a lovely pub called the King’s Arms. We ordered some food and then sat there for hours chatting away. I was spoiled with birthday cards and presents so I felt very special for the evening!

Cara, Mum, Hadley and Mam


It was a great evening and I’m so glad I got to see them. We then started the journey back to Heathrow, and eventually, 2 hours later, we arrived back at the hotel and went to bed as the pick up was very early the next morning. I had an amazing day in London with Mamdouh, showing him around and then finishing it off with a family dinner – what a perfect layover!!

Thanks for reading.

Kerry May xo


2 thoughts on “London, UK

  1. Hey it’s been a long while that I didn’t comment your articles…
    First of all Happy birthdayyyy !!!
    I’m glad you spent time with your family!
    I liked the pictures you posted also your post on Miami and Mexico was really cool !! I can’t wait to see other posts!
    By the way I have a quick question :
    what advise you will give to a new cabin crew in middle east ?
    Thanks in advance 😚


    1. Hi Emma and thank you for the birthday wishes 🙂 I’m glad you enjoyed my posts! I would probably just say enjoy every moment and take up every opportunity!! It can be an exhausting job, but the benefits far outweigh the sleepless nights!


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