A must-do when you’re in London is a trip to Camden Markets. If not for the markets, then for the food (so much food! If only I had three stomachs). The first time I went (yes, I went more than once) was on a weekday, so it was relatively quiet. ‘Relatively’ being the key word. Much like the rest of London, even on a weekday it was still quite busy. While most of the outside markets can get a bit samey, the markets in the Horse Stables were much more to my liking – especially for op-shop and vintage type fare. The second time I went was on a Saturday and it was much busier – more people, more hawking, more pushing and shoving. The upside was that the Electric Ballroom was open and had market stalls inside (even though they were pretty average). While I didn’t get to go to a gig there, at least I could say that I had been inside it. On a slightly sombre note, the second time I visited the markets also happened to be on the same fateful day that Amy Winehouse was found dead at her Camden Square home. Creepy. Anyway, I must write a disclaimer that most of my travel posts won’t be featuring much fashion as such – no photos of me looking whimsical along the Thames or the Champs Elysees, sorry. My travel wardrobe consisted mostly of jeans and tees and whatever was clean on the day. I didn’t even pack any pleated or midi length skirts. I know, I couldn’t believe it either.