Start for the day, we are taking a boat ride from Little Venice to Camden. From Southwark, we took the underground to Warwick Avenue. From here we walked to Little Venice not too far off. We’ve booked our boat trip through Jason’s Trip after reading reviews at Tripadvisor. You can make your booking from Jason’s Trip website here. A one way trip cost £9 and the journey take 45 minutes. There will be commentary if you board from Little Venice but not from Camden.
As we traveled along Regent’s canal, we got to see a couple of picturesque spots and many boat houses that people lives in. The at end of the journey, the boat will stop at Camden Lock Market where you’ll alight. As we went on a Saturday, Camden town was pack with visitors. For Muslim travelers, finding halal food in Camden is not a problem. Behind Camden Town underground, there are a number of halal outlets.
For the trip back, we choose the underground.
The 108 year old canal boat. Still going strong.
About to pass under several bridges.
Pass this picturesque spot.
A jogger passing a few a the smaller house boats.
A Chinese floating restaurant nearing Camden town.
The stop on the left near Camden Lock market.
This guy passing by our boat drop-off point in Camden.
Camden Lock Market.
Camden Lock Market, the food section.
Proud to see a Malaysian Muslim vendor in Camden Lock market.
Welcome to Camden.
Camden Lock crowded street.
Camden High Street. The Saturday morning crowd.
Camden High Street. More shoes jutting out off the walls.
Shoppers at Camden Market.
More goodies. Reasonable prices.
Camden Town underground. This is the back portion facing Camden Road where you’ll find several halal outlets nearby.
Other posts from this blog :
- Day 8 – Southampton FC, Southampton, England
- Day 11 – Trafalgar Square, London, England
- Day 14 – Montparnasse Tower, Paris, France
- Day 18 – Broek in Waterland, Amsterdam, Holland
- Bou Regreg River, Rabat, Morocco