But before my blog becomes saturated with Italy, India and Bali adventures, I’m going to bring you one last post from the backyard.
I recently discovered a company called Eventbrite who try and encourage people to find the best events in their local area which got me thinking about my favourite events in my hometown. If you’ve been reading this blog for a little while, you’ll know about my intense love for Bristol. There are so many great events happening that it’s hard to just pick one so if you ever get the chance to go to any of these events then go for it, I don’t doubt that you’ll have the best time. Also, be sure to check out eventbrite’s website to help you manage your own events!But perhaps one of my all time favourite spots in Bristol is the harbour side. The waterside is filled with great restaurants, bars and there is occasionally a market where you can buy various trinkets and art. A boy I went to school with often goes there to sell his incredible paintings. Be sure to check out @tobiasillustrations on instagram!
|Credit to http://tobiasillustrations.bigcartel.com|
The harbour side is regardless of any events but as it happens harbour fest is coming up from the 17th-19th July. I’m so gutted that I’m missing it this year. Well, not that gutted. I am going to India and Bali for two months! But if you’re in or around Bristol, it’s most definitely worth a visit. Good music, good food, good drinks, what else can you ask for at the end of July?! The atmosphere is always buzzing, so it’s pretty much the perfect place for a few after work drinks or pre drinks before a wild night on park street.
|Credit to Matthew Roberts|
|Credit to http://www.bristol-culture.com/2013/07/16/fireworks-return-harbour-festival/|
|Credit to Tierney Bates|
|Photo credit to Paul Michael|
|Photo credit to Ben Birchall|
See you on the other side!