It was sunset like I have never seen before. Looking at this picture, it was like one of those stroll in the evening near the Black Lake in Harry Potter series. I was walking back to Hogwarts.
An hour trip from Edinburgh was the NYC of Scotland, Glasgow. The visit to the actual inspiration of the Room of Requirement in the Harry Potter series is a must. After some sightseeing walking from the bus terminal, I found myself at University of Glasgow. Too bad, the DA members were not around.
I was on an exchange as a chemistry student. I was looking forward to the time spent in the labs doing wet chemistry for hours.
The Globe Theatre sounded like a science exhibition for me. I am so embarrassed admitting it.
Little did I know, I would teach five graders about Shakespeare and the significance of this theater in the Elizabethan era and today’s world.
I started updated this blog again this Christmas.
Who knew that within four years, the world would become so different. I remember watching the movie Contagion thinking that nothing would come close to a viral pandemic situation that affects every country on Earth. We would never let that happen! The fiction movie was just fiction. But obviously, we took things for granted.
It’s difficult to remember the problems that the world had back then. Four years ago suddenly seems ideal, whatever flaws it contained.
If you have enjoyed my previous post on Edinburgh, I am rest assured that you will enjoy this more. Continue reading “Edinburgh, Scotland (Part II)”
Describing my experience in this particular city as beautiful, will simply be an understatement. Continue reading “Edinburgh, Scotland (Part I)”
Just an hour away from bustling Edinburgh,Scotland lies this incredible and mind-blowing architecture of the medieval times. Not only does it deliver the most epic sceneries, it’s history dates back 700 years ago. With delicate tales of warfare, romance and chivalry. Well, I am here rather to offer you the traveller insights on this particular place as the history of this place can simply be Googled. Continue reading “Alnwick Castle (Alnmouth, Northumberland)”