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The Royal Botanic Gardens is lovely for a picnic and a romantic stroll. It is also good for learning about plants n stuff, Oh yeah its got the worlds largest compost heap. If that isn't worth the entrance fee I don't know what is

This is a cool park (garden/whatever you want). It is important to note that this place is no where near as cool as Ankor Wat. So if you were humming and erring over where to go. Now you know! you know? I went here one “sunny” day and Jillian and i strolled round absorbing the culture. Well she did most of that, i just looked for trees that looked like genitalia. I did this because i am a big child.

We barely scratched the surface of this place. There is so much to see. We were on a lazy vibe so we mooched around some of the glass houses, went on the treetop walkway then chilled out on a rug for the afternoon. But there is so much to see here it is unbelievable and educational so i guess it is believable after all.

There are also some very friendly chickens there which i enjoyed playing with. they loved the polaroid. one of them even went for it as it came out the camera!

For more info on kew here is some WEBFO (info for the web, copy write tommynorth, use it pay me a billion yen) :o)


written by tommynorth


  1. stouf


    The instant shots are really impressive ! Great job !

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  2. adi_totp


    no 16 is awesomeeee

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  3. xbalboax


    nice review, def not like the Kew Gardens in New York :)

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  4. tommynorth


    yeah i love the instants too, i have the polaroid slr 680 and i love it. shame the film costs so much and i am running out of the stuff fast :(

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  5. -a-l-b-e-r-t-o-


    the istant shots are really superb...I would like to put some of them on my fridge

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