If you had the chance of visit a city such as Vienna during the Christmas period, you will never forget the ice skating or the mulled wine. If you have found yourself during that exact period in Switzerland, you will never forget the snow covered streets in the small mountain villages and the train rides. But, if you are in London in this period then Winter Wonderland is the perfect memory for celebrating these days.
Those who know me well, know that one of my biggest passions during high school years was history, this I owe to my dear professor Iljo Trajkovski. Apart from my compulsory subjects I take at university here in England, I always find time to explore historic themes that fascinate me, so I ended up going on a trip to Cambridge. For all the history lovers, that is the place where the search of English history begins. Some might say that, that is Oxford, but when you take a look at the list of Cambridge alumni, you will see that there are more than 80 Nobel Prize winner, as well as many famous thinkers such as Francis Bacon, Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton, so for me definitely this is the source.
According to the readers of Rough Guide Scotland is named the most beautiful country in the world, and as much as that sounds pretentions compared to New Zealand, Iceland, Norway, Canada and South Africa…when the eyes see the first landscape in a country where every route is scenic, you conclude that it is true.
It’s time to drink tea, proper British tea at 5 o’clock in the afternoon.
A tradition that has become a cult in this country. In Britain drinking tea, is not the same as ours drinking coffee, after a meal or in the morning. Tea and drinking of tea is considered a meal.
I don’t know about you, but I have a special love towards biscuits and cookies. From the simplest ones made from butter that we dip in milk for breakfast, to the sophisticated ones, on which creativity, artistic talent and aesthetic is shown, that make you not wanting to eat them because they look like small art pieces.