Hello everyone. My name is Stacy and I’m the International student ambassador for Kenya. I am currently in my second year of pharmacy here at the University of East Anglia.
So far what I love about Norwich is the cute and versatile city centre it has. It looks like it’s straight out of a Hallmark movie and I can’t wait to experience it, especially during Christmas when the markets come up. There’s a variety of restaurants in the city center, and they’re affordable, meaning you can often treat yourself to a nice lunch or dinner without denting your account. Some of my favorites include Kimchi and Namaste Village.
The greenery in Norwich is soothing to the eyes and quite relaxing. During early fall I’d find myself talking strolls around the field on the campus which has a pond and I’d just sit by the benches and unwind. Another perk of living in Norwich is that you have access to the beach and its's a short train ride away. This it’s an experience you wouldn’t want to miss out on. The sunset from the pier is a sight to behold! I don’t think words are enough to describe just how beautiful it is. I’m enjoying my studies in Norwich so far and I can’t wait to see what it has in store for me.
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