My Westminster Story – Kapil from Nepal
Hello, “namaste” this is how we greet in Nepal. Which literally means I bow down to the divine in you, so let me bow down to you. I studied communications and public
relations. this is useful to me today, but this is not what I am completely doing. Man that was a good choice! I met people from literally from all over the world from South and North America to New
Zealand, passing through the African continent, East and West Europe, Scandinavia, Middle East, Southeast Asia, South Asia
Far East Asia, but literally everywhere. And some of them have remained friends. we have a great pleasure to meet each other from time to time in London and whenever we go back to London it is always always a pleasure, not only to be back in the city, but also to meet someone very interesting, to also to learn something new London has remained as it is. you are not at home, but you are not a stranger either. But once you get over all this and you start finding the warmth of those cold, apparently cold Brits in pubs and you know how to manage with little money you have to have fun, then the place becomes really, really, really great! You have all, you know, it offers you so many ways to have fun. Those of you who are planning to go
to London, what I would like to say is don’t please limit your choice by saying I want to do this, I want to do that, because the place offers you so much and try learning as much as you can. And if I can be of any support, any help, any assistance please, remember me. And all the best!