Time flies quickly, I 've been here for two months. Still remember the day when the plane landed on the Heathrow Airport. I, myself, came to this different country with heavy loads of luggage.Luckily, I met with many new friends on my presessional course phase two. Although just five weeks, we had a good relationship with each other.
During the two weeks vacation after the language course, I planned a trip to Edinburgh which is my dream place to go. It was rainy at the arrival day and the departure day but sunny for the rest of two days. God bless me. The Edinburgh Castle was so impressive and I just felt very moved by the time gun at 1.00pm every day. Scotland is a country full of courage and free soul. He is just like a royal knight with his sharpened weapon on the battlefield, to gain the respect from people all over the world.
Loch Ness is the second stop to travel around. I joined the Highland Experience tour with our great tour guide Martin by the luxury and comfortable Mercedes Benz. The water is so dark and mysterious that you really feel some huge water horse will just appear in front of your face. The local Scot say Aye instead of Yes with a strong accent. Interesting.
Next week I will have my first module PPMC taught by my personal tutor Kevin. Hope everything goes well.
P.S I bought a beautiful rose in the flowerpot in Tesco this afternoon. Now she is lying on the windowsill, lively and fragrant. Lovely.