York

london victoria coach station 1 It was a long drive that involved two buses and a taxi but not as tiring as one would expect given the distance covered (about 330 kilometers). I found the section between Leeds and York particularly enjoyable. One, I was sitting at the upper deck of the double-decker bus (second one, changed at Leeds) with better view of the area I was passing through. Two, window panes were not tinted as they were in previous bus. Three, the atmosphere, I felt, changed for better. More open spaces, reasonable space between two houses, less people on streets and fewer cars on road. Overall, the atmosphere was welcoming and energizing.

london victoria coach station 2

People usually mention or write about things that they find new. For me, seeing ‘gates’, like in airports, in a bus station (London’s Victoria Coach Station) was new. Thus these pictures. I boarded via gate number 18 that didn’t have pigeons sitting on its noticeboard.

More photos of the day and details of what I did in York this evening later.

5 thoughts on “York

  1. Pigeons above the display monitor is so epic,,and that picture speak thousand words in itself. It not merely shows the pattern of animal behaviour, but also bespeaks the sound security system of Europe. Had the birds stayed like so in Nepal, a teenager lad would have hurled stones to them recklessly (by his catapult). Contrastingly they are protected by law there and people are civilized and well-mannered. So they don’t necessarily need to get petrified there.

    I hadn’t even noticed birds coming near to me while in Nepal, but they had once taken a biscuit out of my hand here while eating in a park. And, seeing them walking fearlessly in streets is so common. Our country should learn of how much peace and harmony is important for living beings, from this. Human beings are not safe in our country either forget about other creatures, so ludicrous.

    I’m loving WSJ(i.e wagle street Journal🙂 ), and I humbly suggest you to post some thought-provoking articles with deep analysis rather than wheeling out the temperate issues and other minor ones.

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  2. Goodness gracious! You should read more about the peaceful country, maybe the op-eds too to satiate your yearning for thought-provoking analysis.

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    1. I definitely am gonna do that and will ‘SATIATE MY YEARNING’ for thought provoking articles.
      Sojho keto obeys you!
      Speculatively, it is the discontentment of the blogger himself coming from the imposter id amiright? If it is not so..I am sorry. Wagle bro is great (and mature as always). If it is so. I’d say, it is a perfect instance of how even a minor suggestions offend our people, and and how such egotistic disposition is holding ‘em back

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  3. I definitely am gonna do that and will ‘SATIATE MY YEARNING’ for thought provoking articles.
    Sojho keto obeys you!
    Speculatively, it is the discontentment of the blogger himself coming from the imposter id amiright? If it is not so..I am sorry. Wagle bro is great (and mature as always). If it is so. I’d say, it is a perfect instance of how even a minor suggestions offend our people, and and how such egotistic disposition is holding ’em back.

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