Waking up in London town, I could not help but wonder where the sense of reverence and awe I was overwhelmed with, was emerging from. It had been troubling my mind for quite some time and I felt helpless in discovering the answer. The sweetest weather urged me to go outside; walking around always helps I thought and I had to revel in the city one more time.
“Plane landing down in London do not fail to seize the chance to visit ravishingly beautiful Notting Hill” read my travel book and I had to follow the advice. I had already visited the area innumerous times but each time felt like the first; it never failed to astonish me with its cosmopolitan vibe and new cultural happenings. Located in West London, this upscale district renowned for its cultured character has a lot to flaunt.
Writers have been insatiably lusting after it for centuries pouring their precious ink to shape words and craft sonnets about it and urbane artists inspired and exhilarated by its cosmopolitan vibe elevated its grandeur with their unique works of art. London, famous by the nickname the square mile, the city of diverse cultures and languages is a truly cosmopolitan place exuding sophistication.
Home is what feels like home and home is where love is found. Home is where your heart is; pieces of it scattered along the pulsating veins of the globe shared with people you stumble upon on your perpetual journey.