On Thursday 22 June 2017 me and Daniel travelled to London to see the one and only, Ed Sheeran, for the O2 London’s 10th birthday. Ed is one of the singers that has been on my main list of people to see along with Beyoncé (which is now ticked off the list), John Legend, and Alicia Keys.
Usually we would travel by train but this time we had decided to take the National Express bus. Our journey into London wasn’t too bad however the journey home was just… well you can imagine (you know that feeling when you just want to sprawl in your own bed, sleep and be comfy?)
I think it didn’t help so much that returning into Manchester, there was one 10 minutes stop for a bit of fresh air, with a lot more drop-offs, whereas, departing from Manchester we only had one stop where we were able to grab a bite to each and stretch our legs.
I suppose you get what you pay for really. £10 each is such a cheap price.
Once we arrived at London we had a good few hours until the show started so we thought we would be our little tourist selves and explore the sights of London. We didn’t get as much photography as we did the last time we visited however we still enjoyed the walk around.
We had seen a lot the sights prior to this trip, and eventually we headed to the O2 a couple of hours before the