Bucket list | Travel edition
evergreen … continually fresh and self renewing
I guess the angle of this post should be pretty obvious… but I’ll say it anyway – i.love.london. It’s more than grey skies, more than traffic, more than an accent (queue Forgetting Sarah Marshall) this place is nothing less than phenomenal. Although I only spent four days in London during my three-month Europe trip, I fell hard and fast for the overpopulated, old, smoggy city, soon to be ‘home’. From its black taxis, to its historical buildings, to its tube system – the city never sleeps and there is always something new to see, do and feel. I don’t want to write too much about the place as I don’t believe my experience from four days can do a city like this justice in comparison to what I am soon to discover – but what I can say is that the place is electric and I was electrocuted.
As I nurse a delicious glass of NZ Pinot Noir after a
long stressful standard day at work, I find myself thinking about the concept of timing and how much it affects our daily lives – probably more than we give it credit (/discredit) for.
The concept of time is self-evident, we have grown up knowing and not really thinking twice about the lessons we learnt on time; one hour consists of 60 minutes, there are 24 hours in one day and 365 days in one year. It’s the figurative yet still somewhat literal aspect of timing that has me thinking…