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Mahiki’s Famous Treasure Chest

My sincere apologies for the delays in posting photographs—I’ve been having some technical difficulties…

If you missed yesterday’s blog about Mahiki, which is, apparently, Prince Harry’s favourite London night club, you can read it here.

Right, so I’ve decided that a photograph doesn’t do Mahiki’s signature concoction much justice, but, nonetheless, here it is:

Mahiki Treasure Chest London

…those straws are about to do a lot of damage!

Crazy, right?

End story: Mahiki is a fantastic venue for a hen party or a stag, if you can foot the bill?

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  1. comment by: Cheap Airline Tickets on Sep 02 at 11:36

    The capital city of the United Kingdom, the city has much to offer for everyone. A trip to London can mean a trip down the very best of eating, accommodation, and fun joints of the world. A cosmopolitan city, London houses within itself lives full of struggle, fun, enjoyment, relaxation and work. Imagine! A city that has a bit of everything is really a paradisiacal destination. cheap airline tickets to london make it an altogether better deal.

  2. comment by: Travel insurance on Jun 24 at 06:58

    I wonder how that tastes like. I usually don't party hard when I travel, I just take photographs and explore places but I don't get drunk. Is that even a hard drink?

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