This is how I live now.
I can’t believe I’ve been in Manchester for a month already! It feels like much longer. At first, a new city is scary and daunting, but then as you get to know it more and meet more people it becomes to feel more like ‘home’. While I wouldn’t say I don’t miss Australia, I think I am more than happy that I still have a good few months left in the UK. There is...
London x 2
I love London. I used to think New York was the city I wanted to live in for my 20’s, but since staying in London I think I may have changed my mind. I went there again a few weekends ago (before Wales, if you care for chronology). This time I went with two friends. Company always makes exploring so much more fun. This time in London I did the usual tourist sightseeing stuff. First...
a day in Wales
Friends, apologies for the late posts. I went to Wales a few weekends ago with a few friends, but haven’t had a chance to properly update until now. Wales was beautiful. I did not know what to expect, and to be fair, we only had a few hours to look around, but the countryside was a great place to take photos. I didn’t edit these photos as much as my London photos - we were really...
It came from nowhere. It danced in front of my window. And then, just as quickly as it came… … it was gone.
Please, call me Mancunian.
Did you know that people in Manchester are called Mancunians? Doesn’t it sound exotic? Manchester feels completely different from London, the only other UK city I’ve been too. It’s more grungy, youthful, and full of red bricks. I’ve been her only two weeks, but I feel more settled, and have more of a sense of direction. It helps that I live on the main road, that leads...