Well, I guess the Titanic fever has died down already. But no matter. Actually, I can't remember the name of this pub, that is, if I knew the name at all at one time or another. We came here to meet up with a friend. It was the friend who brougt us here. Apparently, it's quite a famous pub.
In the UK, if it doens't rain, you might as well consider it good weather. I remember that year, with the heave wave attacking the UK, it was difficult to accept the fact that the UK was actually just as hot as it was in Taiwan. However, at this time (when in Oxford), it had already subsided a bit, and for tropical people like me, a think jacket became a must-bring. This is the kind of ideal weather to go out in the garden, and have a pint or two!
The layout of the pub is quite interesting. I don't think we would've ever found a place like this, if we had been on our own.
Once we were steated, three students approached us and asked if we could be intereviewd for their project. I think they were from South America, if I remember correctly (some Spanish speaking country anyway....) I forgot to cover up the photographer's face, but it's not because he's extra cute or anything. I just forgot.
If you happen to have been here, recognize this place, and remember its name, oh! Please do tell me what it's called!