Meeting up with friends
The first day I got London, I took a train to the main station in Waterloo where my friends were waiting for me at a restaurant. But, before I got to the restaurant, I had to go through immigration. I first walked up to the immigration officer and handed him my passport. He asked what I was doing in London, my parents job titles, my financial reports and more. He then asked where I was staying for the time I was in London. I couldn't tell him because Delhi, India didn't having free wifi, which meant I couldn't book a hostile before London. He then increased his questions and told me I couldn't get into the country. I pleaded with the guy to let me in. He finally gave in after I showed my bank account information a second time. The whole process took 20 minutes...
After dealing with the knucklehead immigration officer, I met up with my two friends, Matt and Nicola. We talked for a good while about our college days.
Matt and I then headed to our hostile for the night. Jet lagged and all, we headed to a bar for a pint and some food.