London was nice and was so happy to show my brother and dad around. I wish I had more time. It’s amazing how time doesn’t change what we remember or know. I felt like I had been in London only weeks before. I would never have imagined being in London for the 3rd time in the last 5 years.It’s like a home away from home except I could never live there. Too bloody cold. I don’t think I’m much of a big city girl as much as I love all the endless possibilities cities offer.
The wedding was beautiful. It was held at a 12th century church outside of a small town,-Arundel. Unfortunately, I didn’t have any time to see the town or much else. A very religious ceremony and then off to a beautiful reception and 6 course dinner representing cusines from Chile, Italy and the Uk- CHUKIT as they called it. Super yummy! I was happy to attend and see my cousin. He’s like a far away brother whom I rarely see or speak too but when I do, it’s like it was yesterday. Connections like these are not so common!
I said ciao to my brother and dad midday on Monday and briefy explored London until my flight at 8pm. The tears didn’t flow as hard as I expected and maybe that’s because I was subconciously reading myself for it. My brother, always having the right words, said, “I’ll see you when I see you.” I miss him already!
I hit the standard tourist spots. Sadly, I could care less about exploring. There are so many places to see and yet I had no desire to go. Maybe it was because of the unknown that awaited me but I think I have London out of my system! I know- Nicole, you wondering how could I say this… I know.