Life in London is going quite swell. I have adjusted well to the completely different lifestyle and the time change. As I said before, time moves a little bit faster across the pond. It is already March. Spring has started in the UK and the weather has started to heat up. The city is starting to become more alive as the days go by.
I have spent the last few weekends doing some traveling outside of the country. A few weeks ago, I spent the weekend in Brussels, Belgium. The city was filled with breathtaking architecture, incredible food and fantastic monuments and statues. Brussels had a totally different vibe compared to London. The city kept a historic persona with a personal touch. Unlike London that is made up of so many different cultures, Brussels was uniform in its composition. However, the relaxed vibe made for a good weekend with even better friends.
This past week, I spent six days in Ireland. There are absolutely no words to describe my experience. The scenery was like something from a picture book. I stayed with family in the small town of Kinsale in Southern Ireland, and they could not have been more hospitable. The weather was lovely and the nightlife scene, filled with music and laughs, was very lively. Ireland was by far the coolest place that I have been; I cannot wait to go back.
For now, I am back in London, and cherishing every minute. Exploring new parts of the city has become something that I do every single day. The Tube is still my favorite thing about London and the food is still delicious. Until next time, as the Brits say, Cheers!
Overlooking the Mont des Arts in Brussels