The Prime Meridian Gem

If it’s your first time on this blog, you’re probably wondering about the GMT in the blog name. It stands for Go, Meet & Transform, but it also represents the Greenwich Meridian Time, because my London life is based in the beautiful village of Greenwich.

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Greenwich Park

This picture may not correspond to the first thing that comes to everyone’s mind about London. After a while, I was surprised to find:

  • SUN (yeah, there’s more sunlight in London that you might think if you don’t live here);
  • GREEN SPACES (lots of huge green spaces where you can burn some calories or chill out of the crazy London worklife);
  • PEACEFUL SPOTS (the city itself is not dangerous at all, and despite its intense crowds and fast pace, you can always find wide empty areas to get your inner zen on).
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Greenwich Park (the other side)

Greenwich centre looks like an independent village, offering everything I need to live life to the fullest. Fantastic culture treasures to explore, inspiring landscape views, refreshing nature and vibrant arts! Here are some of the touristy highlights I pass by every day:

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Old Royal Naval College:                                        Chapel & Painted Hall

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The Queen’s House

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Getting those perfect friendly shots from the Royal Observatory.

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Amazing view of the iconic Canary Wharf!

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National Maritime Museum

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Cutty Sark

And for the Grand Finale of this fresh and unpredictable London exhibition, I share a picture of me, jumping around in the most amazing college campus in the world. Life’s great in Greenwich!

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Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance

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