Brighton, the escape I needed to the seaside

Brighton Pier

Bank holiday weekend in England is not to be missed. We were all expecting it and unfortunately is has come to an end… next one only in August. But let’s not despair, most of us still have some nice holidays before that 🙂 At least, I do!

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My Cambridge (really) short story

My small trip to Cambridge is also a very short story: it rained heavily all day and most colleges were closed because Christmas carols were being recorded by BBC. So we were really, really unlucky. I couldn’t even take my camera off my bag, so all the photos were taken with my iphone and, because the weather was really crappy, they also look awful.

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Lovely, Wonderful Bath

Venitian Bridge

Bath was one of those places that I really wanted to visit for while, more specifically since I’ve started to read Jane Austen and falling with love with her amusing portraits of society at the time. Some of her books have scenes placed in there, and Austen lived for some time in this town and, according to what is said, it was her favourite place to live in. I understand why.

I knew Bath had to be beautiful. My expectations were so high that I was honestly afraid of disappointment. But oh boy, IT IS BEAUTIFUL. I mean… it is breath taking, unexplainable. And the weather was crap, so, believe me, it is a wonderful town.

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Oxford, finally


I’ve been living in the UK for 10 months now, without barely putting a step outside London. Not because I didn’t want to, but mostly because my first 6 months I was living as a completly broke intern in London and afterwards I needed some time to save some pounds, and then I had to find another room to live, one of the worst London nightmares.

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