Monday, 24 August 2015

Exploring the UK

Its been a little while since I last posted and I feel like a lot has changed. So first off, I had my green  hair cut off - about 13 inches. I originally tried bleaching out the colour but my hair was having none of it, I just ended up frying my hair, and it looked a mess so the only sensible option was to cut it off; and I've been loving it short!
Secondly, I GOT A NEW LAPTOP!! This means I can blog much more often and produce better content.

During the holidays me and my family have been away to Kent and Shropshire, I've had an incredible summer and want to share some moments on my blog.

 These photo's are from the second beach we visited, as you can see the weather was perfect for a day at the beach.

After wandering the beach and playing pool in the B&B's garden's summer house we all went out for a meal at the local pub in Whitstable. 

This is my sister, Amber.
Her dress is from Tesco's - its such a lovely print.
And her sunglasses are from Newlook.

Everything I'm wearing is from River Island

Although I'm in love with the sea, I think it's fair to say that I enjoyed Shropshire just a little more.
 I mean honestly look at this view.

On the second day in Shropshire we took a trip to Attingham Park. Words can't describe how breathtaking it all was.

Unfortunately I couldn't go into the house because of the dogs but looking at the architecture from the outside was good enough for me.

This was my casual outfit for the day
Top - Urban Outfitters
Shorts - Topshop
Shoes - Nike

After walking around the park we then visited Ironbridge town.

Quite picturesque really with shops and houses climbing up the hills.

We topped off the day with a few drinks and a beautiful view.

On the last day we visited Shrewsbury town which was full of Victorian architecture.
We followed signs to "The Quarry" and I could not have been more surprised as to how enchanting the whole place was. 
 I felt like I was in a magic garden.
I don't think my camera knew what to focus on; neither did I in all honesty.

Later on in the evening we all went to eat, I had a bowl of veggie 3 bean chilli and home-made chips- it was incredible! I felt like I was about to burst after finishing it all. Hands down one of the best meals I've ever had and I can strongly say I regret nothing.

My trips have 100% made me realise the beauty of the UK. British heritage, architecture and landscapes are so fascinating and I often forget to appreciate it in everyday life. Here's to appreciating the beauty around us!

Lish x

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