London’s Three Most Colorful Corners

Many people associate big cities with industrialization, intimidation, and grayscale colors. With the smoky gray exhaust emitted from cars and buses, the simple brown bricks of housing complexes, the sturdy black cement of the extensive road network, and the stormy gray clouds that linger over the city most days, one can easily perceive London as …

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The Wonders of Tea: London Edition

Appreciating the tea culture while living in London, England. One of my very first blog posts  was The Wonder of Tea, where I expressed my undying love for the numerous flavors, health benefits, and feelings of happiness associated with the popular beverage. I have decided to remix that post and write about tea once again, …

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The Key To Happiness: Simplicity and Admiration

Reflecting on beautiful moments in Cologne Germany, and Bath, England. Sometimes the whirlwind of life crowds the mind with endless thoughts and ambitions that seek to detach us from the present moment. We often neglect to stop and admire their surroundings because future plans and past regrets cling to our attention and distract us from …

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Reunited with the Wilderness

Reflecting on my time hiking in Snowdonia National Park, Wales Cities explode with commercialism, consumerism, and any other man-made industries you can think of. While living in the midst of an industrial landscape, one can easily feel detached from the natural world. In order to satisfy the craving for unpolluted air, calming silence, and rich …

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Masses of Markets

After one month living in London, I've discovered that the many street markets add to the city's multiculturalism. From clothing markets, to antique markets, to food markets, there is no shortage of places to browse enticing goods and absorb culture in the streets of London. The nature of markets themselves symbolize intercultural exchange and the …

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