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Lomo wall- Museum of London
1900s Selfridges elevator- Museum of London
Dublin, IrelandHello from the beautiful UK! I haven't been too conspicuous about my travels this month as it's been too incredible for words. I am studying at the University of Oxford for another two weeks before I have to say goodbye to this city (or country for that matter). Weekend travels and meeting people from different walks of life have equally blown my mind and made me wish I could live here forever. From singing Ice Ice Baby to drunk French boys barging in our room at 4 AM, my time here has been anything but forgettable. Naturally I'm in love with the street style (and street performers!) where details matter and rain doesn't. For all of you asking-- my purchases so far have been less than impressive consisting of Tesco runs twice a day every day and sad attempts at buying meaningful souvenirs for my friends and family. But plans for retail therapy after a future midterm look promising especially since Dublin failed to deliver. Hitting the books now as I have wine-ing and dining plans 1 of 23434503497 tonight.
"his first care ought to be in the choice of his Calling, wherein we may observe too many to miscarry"