15.05.2012 17 °C
It was the end of South America. I had a blast doing all the stuff; I had witnessed many amazing things now it was onto Europe for rich and historic culture, art, architecture, food, blending of many different ethnicities. I was first heading to United Kingdom then France and then Germany. When I arrived in the UK it was raining, not one of the best starts to coming to Europe. When I was at my hotel I had picked up a tourist guide looking for things to do so they were telling me Britain has a startling variety of natural habitats crawling with animals of every kind. You can also visit world-class zoos; gardens and parks filled with abundant plant- and wildlife from around the world. There’s also nothing quite like the great British outdoors; rolling hills, lush fields, jagged coastlines and spectacular views. And there's no better way to experience it than on foot. When I arrived in London there were two things I had wanted to do which were take one of those double Dekker bus' and see a English Premier soccer game. So I went by bus to the Manchester United Vs Arsenal. I had arrived at the stadium and the stadium was packed the fans were cheering so loud, they were so in so into the game. After the game I had meets some friends and they took me for some beers, they were all happy because Manchester had won the game they said they always go for a Beer after a win at the stadium. What a nice way to end the day.