By Julia Nazzareno, Paris School of Business, France
Living and studying abroad for a year: check.
As I am sipping on my very last British cup of tea, I cannot help but feel nostalgic of my journey here in Manchester. All I can say is that time flies… Almost 9 months have passed since I wrote my first article for the blog, yet it feels like a blink of an eye.
As you already got an overview about the city and what to do – here’s to the food lovers. You might say I like having amazing food (and you might be right with that) and Manchester offers you loads of small and independent coffee shops, restaurants and bars where you can treat yourself after working hard on your studies (or without any reason). Who needs an excuse for food?
I arrived in Manchester on 8th September, coming from Paris Beauvais airport. I will have to be honest, the goodbyes were emotional! However, I just had to remind myself I was incredibly lucky to fly to another country to study for a year, which was so overwhelming but equally exciting!