A Sunday on My Study Abroad
I can say that I am getting more comfortable with living in the bustling city of London for my study abroad. I can use the Tube(the London subway system) with ease, I often go to my local grocery store instead of constantly eating out, and I have even made new friends, both at Queen Mary University and with my neighbors. So, I thought I would take you around on a "Study-Abroad Sunday" in London!
I get up around 10:30 AM, a little later than what I wanted, partly since my fraternity back home had deliberations for rush. The five-hour time difference didn't exactly help. However, I had to get up because I was late for church. Because London is so big and historic, leading to a vast array of religious churches, a couple of us on our study abroad want to go to different church services throughout our time here. I decided to go to a pentecostal church that met in a theatre about ten minutes away from my flat. The service was very nice, and looking out in the crowd, I noticed that the room was extremely diverse. It really reflected the city's landscape.
All and all, it was a nice day. I'll be sure to show you another day in the life in London, this time with some school involved!