A Look Back at London

In July of 2013 I was off to London to study abroad for a month as a part of Northeastern University’s Dialogue of Civilizations program. I wasn’t blogging back at that point, so I figured I’d share some snapshots from my time there with y’all.

Photos below are a mix from London, Bath and Stonehenge.

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Got to see my main man, JT, at London’s Wireless Festival. He was incredible, as always.

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Spread kindness and cheer, xo

There’s nothing more British than High Tea…

Full Disclosure: I hate tea. The aroma, the taste, everything.

I figured if I was going to come around to liking tea in any place in the world, it would most certainly be England. Folks there adore the stuff so there’s got to be something special about it, right? Perhaps. But not for this gal.

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Borough Market

While the Brits are notorious for their fish & chips, London proves to be quite the haven for food enthusiasts of all kinds. If you ever find yourself in the land of royals, you must make a trip to Borough Market. Your palette and stomach and heart and soul will thank you.

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