Hello, you beautiful people out there! It’s amazing to see the likes and comments I am receiving for all my snow posts on Instagram (Follow to follow 😉). After receiving all the love from you guys thought of sharing my first ever snow experience with you all.
Last Sunday, was indeed the best morning I’ve had since the pandemic and crazy lockdowns. It was so magical to wake up and look at the snow falling outside. Aren’t you dreaming too to have such lovely mornings? I’m sure you are while reading this. It was indeed a dream come true moment for me. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always wished to play in the snow, build snow-man, and snow angels. And finally, did all the crazy stuff I could think of. You could surely tell how excited I was having snow all around me. I wanted to wrap myself in snow.
Dishant and I were so thrilled that we quickly went to our backyard and enjoyed all the snow to ourselves. Picked up our new GoPro Hero9 and started shooting as many videos and photos as we could. We surely didn’t wanna miss the opportunity of capturing this beautiful moment of our lifetime. I could possibly call every person on my contact list and let them know it’s snowing! ❄ Excitement knew no bounds!
London usually doesn’t encounter snowfalls. Hence, it was a rare moment for all the Londoners. Seeing young kids playing and enjoying the snow surely made my heart flutter. 😍
We just couldn’t wait longer and started our short walking tour towards all the famous landmarks in London. Starting right from Trafalgar Square to Westminster and ending our walk at the famous Tower bridge. All the places looked just perfect with that blanket of snow. Trafalgar Square just looked like the right spot to be in. That entire open area covered with snow and fountains in the middle of the Square was just phenomenal.
Just a pit stop break to grab our cuppa! Cold winters and hot chocolate is just the right way to enjoy the weather, isn’t it?. Sipped and savored my hot chocolate while walking towards our next stop, i.e. Westminster. En route, we came across this place called Household Cavalry Museum where 2 huge horses guarding the gates. Mind you, if gone closer to them they could kick you. Stay Cautious! This open ground was a sight to behold with a layer of snow covering it.
By the time we reached Westminster, snowfall had stopped but still looking at the Big Ben and London Eye 🎡was simply breathtaking. Waiting for the lockdown to end so I could take a ride on this giant London Eye. Heading to our final stop, London Bridge. (Just to clarify, London Bridge and Tower Bridge are different).
Tower Bridge is always a good option. You can never get tired of coming here. Standing strong over The Thames, it’s one of the most beautiful bridges I’ve come across. I could gaze at this beautiful piece forever. It is one of my favorite places in London.
Just before finally heading home, we had to stop at our neighbourhood park to have a look at the landscape. And what do I see, the most bewitching scene ever. Caledonian Clock Tower at one side and the whole park covered with snow, with families having the best of times ever, building snowman, walking their dogs, kids running and enjoying as if there is no tomorrow. This was the best way to end our day. I couldn’t have asked for more.
Finally home, tired, with our legs giving up. Relaxing on our bed while relishing our Italian Sourdough pizzas and watching Avengers Endgame. A perfect way to end our day!
How would you like to spend your #SnowyDay? Snuggling or A Day out? Leave your comments below.