These two trips have probably been the most time I’ve spent with this girl within half a year since high school ended. Let’s take on the rest of the world in another 10 years’ time 🤗
For all of you who have asked @bchen_ and I about how exchange is going, you’ve probably gotten the idea that there’s ‘nothing to do here’, and that any other city would win against Birmingham in terms of food, architecture, culture, and the list goes on. So yes, we both questioned many times why we picked this city and thought about the what if’s for our exchange experiences, had we picked somewhere else. But since the fireworks night, we started to change our opinions about this city, and today’s adventure confirmed it. We first ventured into the red-brick section of the city with intertwining canals, then up to the different levels of the local library. And then we came to a conclusion that it took us more than a month to realise how the hybrid of red brick, classical and modern architecture gave another kind of charm to this city. Better late than never right?
The cheese started from arriving in Sydney 10 years ago, moving to different high schools, then uni in different countries. Finally made it to visit this one and experience her life for the past few years. 💕