A couple of nights ago, I decided to “visit” London from a tourist perspective. I found it really interesting. I actually missed that. I was in places where I’ve been 2 years ago and I still discovered new things. I’m working on Piccadilly street for more than 2 years now and I never walked on Piccadilly and enjoying the view like a tourist. Well, obviously, I did walked before but with different intensions, but now, I did enjoyed the view and I also admired the buildings around. I noticed that I walked around 3 or 4 hours and I didn’t get tired. I was trying to find places and buildings to photograph. I took my camera, a Nikon D40 which I bought 4 years ago, with me and I took snapshots of everything I found interesting and I liked. I had company for an hour and a half. They were two Korean girls who I meet them in the restaurant and we meet for a coffee. It was really interesting talking with someone I didn’t know and with a different culture. I also discovered that I’m talking a lot, I mean really a lot. They are interesting people, I might visit Korea sometimes, but now I’ll return to London. I took a long walk from Piccadilly circus through St James park all the way to Buckingham Palace and crossing Green Park and I turn back to Piccadilly Circus on the Piccadilly street. My journey started from Charring Cross and it ended in Charring Cross. Trafalgar Square it’s amazing and this is the way I get to work every week but I never enjoyed it so much as now. I’m planning to have another trips like this in different places from London because it’s a lot of fun and I do enjoy it. Living and working in London it’s not a lot of fun, unless you are going out a lot, which is not my case. Living in here, I would say it’s quite boring. After work or after courses, you don’t have enough time and energy for a day of visiting. I have to admit that I had fun when I was visiting museums and galleries for university. I did discovered another part of me which really enjoyed doing that. I never thought of me as a person who would enjoy that much going and admiring pictures and sculptures, but I do. It also helped me a lot to open my views about art and I tried to redraw one of the painting by Martin ??????. After I spent 3 days drawing I decided to finalize it because I could draw for at least a week on it. Btw, to draw the painting it took him 2 years to finish it.