I don't know what it is about London, but it's been one of those places I've always wanted to visit. A week ago, I stepped foot in the UK for the first time and immediately I felt back at home, mainly because I was able to communicate in English. London is clean, feels safe, but also ridiculously expensive. 

It was nice to personally witness Buckingham Palace, it made me watch National Treasure 2 all over again just to see Ben Gates hunt down clues in Queen Victoria's desk. Of course I'd never miss out on opportunities to visit the local cafes, and if you were to ever visit London, I would recommend stopping by Timberyard Seven Dials, TAP Coffee, and Kahaila Cafe. 

London is truly a beautiful city, composed by the vibrant river bank, the bustling markets, and the classy people. I was extremely impressed with how clean the streets were and the overall infrastructure despite being such an old city. 

It's hard to describe in words, so just take a look yourself. 

Skip the video if you don't want to be bored.

One of the most amazing sunsets I've witnessed from above the clouds.

I was pretty fortunate to run into good weather. 


And I'm back in Paris. The Netherlands and Belgium are now on the clock.