Enjoying London

A big hello to everyone from London…
Yep, you read that right. Right now, I’m sitting in an internet cafe on Praed Street, not too far away from Paddington station. My feet and legs hurt like hell after a long day of walking all over central London.

I’m here for the Global Voices 2005 London Summit. Can’t wait to meet all the members of the team and get to know them all.

This is my first time to London and I’m loving every second of it. This is a great and fascinating city, and I’m truly have a blast taking it all in.
Eman came along with me, and she’s acting as a guide for me, as she’s already been here 3 or 4 times before; although with her feminine sense of direction kicking in, I end up guiding her some of the times 😛

We barely spend any time at the hotel, wanting to see and do as much as possible.

I’m taking loads of photos, so I expect my flickr account to be overloaded once I’m back. A good time I guess for someone to get generous and give me a pro account 😛

I’m sorry if I won’t be blogging as often as before during this week. You’ll hear a lot more from me once I’m back to Tunisia next Sunday.
I’d also like to say sorry to the people who read my SuperStar reviews here for not being able to cover this week’s episode, as I couldn’t see it myself. Hopefully next week we’ll be back to normal.

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Mohamed Marwen Meddah is a web development director, amateur photographer and web enthusiast from Tunisia, currently living in Canada.

11 thoughts on “Enjoying London”

  1. salams,

    hey contact me, Id love to meet you guys [eman more than u 😛 ] 😀

    enjoy ur time in london 🙂

  2. Hey infinity are you kidding ? He’s going to attend the bloggers summit and you ask him to forget his blog 😀

    MMM, I’m happy you did it. Luke want to meet you there (maybe with Tim). I’ll send you his mobile phone by email.

    I’m sorry for not coming. I’ve travelled enough for this year 🙂

    Same thing as Infinity for Eman. Take care of her (even if she is more used to London than you 🙂

  3. Please! I am moving to London next year, and I would love to be informed about where the Arabs hang out. Which are the night clubs that Arabs attend and that play Arab music? Are there Middle Eastern restaurants with live Arab music? I have been to Noura already, and that was amazing.

    Thanks in advance,


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