|photo credit: http://www.glassboat.co.uk|
At 8.30 on Tuesday morning, I woke up bright and early to visit one of my favourite friends in one of my favourite cities. I was on the way to be reunited with my American partner in crime; Sophie.
With this fella hopefully going off to America this Saturday (all depending on the arrival of his CRB check), I took a couple of days out of my soon-to-be hectic schedule to have a few days surfing in Woolacombe with Charlie.
A few months ago I got a lovely message from one of my favourite campers. She sent me an excited e-mail saying her family were coming to visit London and if I had time she would love for me to visit. On Wednesday 16th I was up at 6am to catch the 6.45 megabus to London Victoria.
It is no secret that Bristol is one of my favourite places in the World… My workplace is within the super modern Cabot Circus (also known as The Glass House) meaning that a lot of my time is spent in the city, yet despite the amount of time spent here, Bristol always manages to surprise me somehow…
My favourite place to study when the sun is out is the beautiful College Green; located right next to the Cathedral.
It helps that it’s located right near to one of my favourite roads in Bristol… Park Street.
Tierney and I always seem to have the best sunny days together and one sunny morning after studying on the green for a while we decided to grab lunch. Park Street is full of cafes and restaurants but we decided to try out a new vintage tea room called “The Tea Birds”, I can genuinely their cream teas are delicious! Not normally my kind of place but was absolutely perfect for that day.
I love London! I always have and I take any opportunity I have to go back. My excuse last Thursday was my good friend Holly had come back from China for two weeks. Holly is maybe one of the best people I have ever met (that is for another post) and I had to see her. Due to her hectic schedule, we decided it would be best if I headed up to London for a night of adventures and fun.