It’s always hard to move out of your home city; but when your new city is London, suddenly everything becomes easier. As Samuel Johnson said:
“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”
Before talking about the aim of this blog, let me introduce myself briefly. I’m a 20 years old student. In two years, I’ll be graduating in Journalism and Advertising and Public Relations.
I think that the world has become so competitive that you need to have something that stands out from the rest of the crowd. That’s why I decided to do my Erasmus in a city like London and I’m planning to go to Boston next Fall (maybe my next blog will be about my life in the States, who knows).
London is an exciting city plenty of people from all over the world, with so many things to do that 24 hours per day don’t seem enough to get to know the city.
And a curious thing (or not that curious) is that everybody loves London. And if you don’t, it’s because you haven’t been to the right places.
I don’t regard myself as a Londoner (at least not yet) but I don’t aim to look like it. Through this website and the blog, I attempt to give a subjective vision of how I am living my Erasmus year.
So, this is my own version of London: what London means to me, a London’s breath.