I have been to London so many times, I couldn’t count them. I even lived there in 2006 – 2007 and worked in a busy PR agency in Hammersmith. Over the years I had plenty of crazy days and nights out in London, here are my top 5 of craziest days out in London, inspired by some special events and good friends!
1.Monopoly Pub Crawl
The ten year reunion of the famous Monopoly Pub Crawl was very enjoyable. We managed to visit every square on the Monopoly Board and have a drink/dare in each one – a total of 41 squares. Here’s an overview of what we did – Monopoly Pub Crawl 2015.
2.Football Stadiums Tour and Pub Crawl
In 2006 for my birthday, I got my friends together and we visited EVERY football stadium! Charlton, Millwall, Spurs, Arsenal, West Ham, Chelski, Fulham, QPR, Brentford, Barnet, Wimbledon, Crystal Palace, Wembley, Leyton Orient, Dagenham and Redbridge etc. It was a brilliant day out, we also had lots of beer along the way.
3.The Kingdom of Lovely
Danny Wallace invented a new country in 2006 in the hit BBC TV Series “How to Start Your Own Country”. Myself and the famous Millwall Neil once did a full day out of sights dedicated to the Kingdom of Lovely!! We also popped into http://www.cleopatraescorts.co.uk/ for a look around while we were in nearby Soho. It was a crazy trip. This is like a country within a country!
4.Backpacking in Austenasia
As well as the obscure Kingom of Lovely, London also hides another small unknown enclave within it! The unknown micronation of Austenasia is a separate country which borders London, England and the United Kingdom. Its capital city is Wrythe and guided tours are only possible by contacting the Austenasian government. In 2015, I backpacked the main sights of Wrythe myself and later I toured Orly.
5.World Cup 2014 Pub Crawl
One of my more recent crazy trips back to London was the 2014 World Cup Pub Crawl where we had to drink drinks and eat food related to the 12 World Cup countries playing that day. This included Italian pizza, English beer and Japanese sushi.
I hope to return to London again soon for more epic and crazy days out.