Undoubtedly, July is my favourite month. I feel like I took initiative in trying numerous new things and visiting new places so I merely wanted to share my outlook through some pictures from last month. Hope you enjoy! 🙂
A visit to Cardiff
National museum Cardiff (Definitely worth the visit if you adore historical places)
Art at the Museum
This is also the place where I achieved a greater insight about one of the world’s most famous authors Agatha Christie. I remember playing mystery games about her works such as Agatha Christie End house, Death on the Nile etc when I was younger. However, I later found out that she was, in fact, an author. The museum contains an enormous room dedicated to showcasing her life and her beautiful works.
The city of Bath and University
70 years to construct!?
Dessert at Bath Uni residential formal meal (Couldn’t resist the Panna cotta, it looked mesmerizing)
A year older
Ignore the confetti on the cake
Visit to Thorpe Park for the first time!
Thorpe Park (entrance)
Believe it or not, Stealth was the first ride I went on (considering I have never been on a proper roller coaster before). It is 62.5 metres high (205 ft). No idea what I was thinking at the time. I thought I was going to die when I was high up although I enjoyed it nonetheless. What I’ve learnt after riding on several roller coasters : Scream. It helps!
Thanks for this guys ^^ + the pink cupcakes! (you know who you are)
I actually enjoyed Derren Brown’s ghost train more than I thought I would. The suspense is the most terrifying yet the exciting part.
UCL Summer School
Staying in the heart of London for a week was simply spectacular.
Apparently, this is the lecture room where a scene in the movie Inception was shot. Leonardo Dicaprio came to UCL!? Mind blown.
West End School of Rock Musical (worth the watch if you ask me).
Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy UCL
St. Paul’s Cathedral (I was on a London tour bus when I clicked this picture)
China Town (Had no idea this town existed until I visited) I would definitely like to visit again.
Pikachu (It was vraiment cute)
The architecture in London is simply breath-taking. I mean it (metaphorically and literally)
The tallest building in London = The Shard
I thought it was slightly leaning (probably just me)
This is also to all my pals who live outside the UK and love travelling! I hope you have an idea of some of the places in the UK.