Mind the gap. This is one of the most common sayings in London. English enjoy reminding you of taking care of everything. We also had to mind our heads; we had to mind our step as well.
When we arrived in London we quickly got used to the British underground system. It took us two hours to get to our accommodation. The Wombats hostel offers excellent value for money and we even made use of the modern cooking facilities. We did a lot of walking which is a great way of experiencing all the sights. On a guided tour, for just a tip, we admired the sights of Westminster and listen to great stories and anecdotes for example the one about the man who managed to break in to the Buckingham Palace and get into the Queen’s bedroom… The Changing of the Guards, the visit of the London Dungeon, the National Gallery and the National History Museum, the boat trip on the river Thames, Covent Garden and the Oxford Street are just a few of the must see attractions we enjoyed. Nightlife activities were absolutely awesome but we won’t review further details here 😉
The journey to Norwich was really quiet, not only because we were in the quiet coach, we were also still tired. Norwich is a great city with 52 churches, one for each Sunday of the year and 365 pubs, one for each day. Guess where we were seen more often? The warm welcome at the City College Norwich, the cookery and the bakery workshop, the activity of the Start up Lounge were really lovely. The highlight at our stay was our Austrian Dinner which we prepared for the restaurant chefs of our work placements, some teachers and students of Norwich and for paying guests as well.
We really had an amazing time!