Fitria Tjandra & I went on an architecture tour in London. Well, 2 places anyway. And I dragged her to be exact. It was the end of the holiday and I just thought, roaming around London before I had to cram myself into my final projects was the only good idea at that time.
And this is the end of my Cornwall trip. We didn't do anything except ate some breakfasts and went straight to the station to catch our departure back to London.
The views from the train window was gorgeous. Train is a very effective and efficient way to travel in UK and that makes me miss that country even more because one day you might just want to get out of the city, and what you need to do is just buy a ticket in any big tube station (King's Cross, Liverpool Street, Waterloo, London Bridge, etc) or online and you can enjoy your ride. I know I did.
Have you seen pictures (or if you're lucky, witnessed) the famous Aurora Borealis? Right. That only happens in nighttime, right? That day, in St. Ives, I saw Aurora during the daytime. Wait, what? Okay. I might exaggerate a little bit. But if you look at these pictures I'm going to share with you, the sky looked like it was dancing (I believe this is the term commonly used to describe Aurora) cheerfully. I was more amazed by the sky than by the sea that day, because the tide receded and wasn't as blue as what was up there.