At departing day.
I grabbed 30 kg luggage and one handcarry going with me. As more room as more stuffs I could take, that luggage was just matched 30 kg. There was a considerate colleague said that "perhaps I could go with you till airport". But I denied her, that day was Valentine's Day. She deserved a better day and good one instead of the one who was gonna leave. However, we still keep in touch so far, meanwhile receiving she had switched into her dream job. So glad for her. Well, On the Valentine's Day. I always kept that in mind, which it is a easier way to leave, cause' I am unimpeded in mind, there is nobody I should look after much.
On that day, I took several first time things such as 1st time taking business-class on HSRT, 1st time taking a window-seat on airplane, 1st time flight over 12 hrs, 1st time transferring and 1st time transferring alone. BTW, transferring in Amsterdam. I met a old woman who sat next to me during waiting for aboard. She was an amazing Taiwanese lady who grew up in Germany, studied in Taiwan, live in Amsterdam now. therefore she can speak German, Dutch, English and not to mention Chinese. Her coming-back to Taiwan is aim for annual reunion with her classmates. She does this every year and she is already 62 years old. As soon as she heard my purpose for London, she reminded me that don't expect London will surprise you more, even it would make you down, Nowadays recalling what she said are true. Jajajaja.
After I saw lots of scenery in the sky, dawn, cityscapes, my foot eventually touched on British ground.