Save the best for last! Since I’ve been in London for two weeks, I really wanted my last travel diary to be extra special- and I think these are the places that I fell in love the most. They say when you see something for the first time and feel butterflies in your stomach or your heart starts to race in an incredibly fast pace, then you know you’ve fallen in love with a place. I felt it when I saw Regent’s Park and London Eye.
Regent’s Park is remarkably amazing. Now I understand why people love picnics. I went there and saw so many people playing all kinds of sports like baseball, soccer, etc. Others were lying on the grass reading a book while you can hear some giggling and laughing in another corner. As I was walking around the beautiful park, I also noticed so many people jogging. See, that’s the thing about parks- you can do everything you want and not care about what other people think. If you’re a nature lover, you have to visit this place.
We had a lovely apartment at Oxford Circus because it was a convenient area for us since we all wanted to shop during our second week there. To be honest, there are so many nice hotels and apartments you can find in London. Whether you’re going with your partner, your family or with a large group of friends, and have the budget to splurge and experience luxury at its finest, you’ll definitely enjoy this five-star hotel in London.
London Eye. It’s a giant ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames and it’s also known as the Millennium Wheel. We stood on the bridge where you can see the London Eye and Big Ben in one frame. Isn’t it so amazing?
Raymond Gutierrez had a crew with him since he filmed for his reality show called “It Takes Gutz To Be A Gutierrez” and we’ll be part of the second episode (season 2) that will be airing next week.
Special thanks to Prime App for making this trip possible. I had such a great time studying in Central Saint Martins and seriously, their accommodation is the best. I felt like a princess during my entire stay and it’s all because of them. Shoutout as well to the best travel partner ever, Champ Lui Pio, for taking almost all my outfit and artsy pictures. They say traveling is food for the soul and I truly believe that saying. London, I’ll definitely see you again.
“The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” – Saint Augustine