I went to London last Friday for a musical at King's College London.
It was good, for a musical at students' level. Though, I thought that the lead casts have really good voices.
We were seated quite far from the stage since we've arrived at the theatre quite late.
I wasn't feeling really good inside the coach from Bristol to London. So, Yas suggested me to buy a motion-sickness medicine.
I've gotten myself this bad boy.
I went home alone on Saturday's night for I have a Badminton tournament to attend the next day. Knowing that I won't be feeling good during the journey, I took a couple of the pastilles. After quite some time, and still not feeling the effect of the medicine, I've became impatient, and took another pastille.
They look harmless enough.
I didn't expect the medicines to be causing such a high dosage of sleepiness when I ate them. I should have read the warning on the back of the box.
*The effect of a single dose will last for up to 24 hours. Do not exceed the stated dose!*
When I've reached Bristol's city centre, I can't hardly feel my own body. Walking feels like flying, and at times, like dragging myself on the cold pavement. I can't walk back home like this, so I instinctively walked to get a cab.
I've reached home, rushed for shower in my half-awake state, and went to bed straight away. I couldn't care less about my bags lying on the floor, or my clothes, or even my shoes!
The next day, I was really feeling hangover. Not because of alcohols, but because of the motion-sickness medicine! How pathetic is that? Gah!!!
Regardless, I've got second in women's single. So, all is well.