I think London is fantastic. Whatever corner of the city you visit you will find the world itself personified. I mean that you will meet a lot of people from a big diversity of cultures or in other words people from all over the world. You will find difficulties to communicate; Dialects and accents will be your first and greatest problems and it’s going to be a challenge for you to interact with others.
A question I used to ask myself before coming was: how will I survive in London? Although I was really scared of the answer to the previous question, I have found an amazing country where you are testing your abilities and achieving objectives all the time.
London is full of brilliant highlights. I really recommend using your time wisely. Don’t waste it on irrelevant things; just spend the time on the priorities that deserve it. Of course you can’t return without seeing the highlights such as: Tower Bridge, Oxford Street, Picadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey, The Parliament and The Big Ben, to mention but a few.
So, how could I sum up London? I think it is one of the best places in the world but maybe it is better to say that London is the world.
Juan Ignacio Perez Torres at Hampstead School of English