I am in the very fortunate position that my summer job requires me to travel around the UK a fair bit. I work with international students and we do day trips each weekend to a different city. Obviously, I’m working at the same time so blogging isn’t really a priority but I do manage to get a few good snaps here and there. Two of destinations were Brighton and Bath so these are a collection of some of my favourite snaps of two places, very different from each other, but both well worth a visit.
One of the quaint cobbled streets in Bath
Down by the river
The Royal Crescent (John Cleese owns one of these houses)
The Circus (Nicholas Cage used to own a house here, until he got into trouble with the tax man, oops!)
Sally Lunns -The Famous Tea Rooms
Cider in the park with my pals Ida and James (James ruining a perfectly good group selfie)
Entrance to Jolly’s, the UK’s first ever department store.
Queen’s Square, designed by John Wood to look like a palace.
One of Bath’s three natural hot springs (they generate 1.2 million litres of water at 46 degrees C a day!)
Getting artsy at the beach
The big wheel, I will go on it next time!
A rare, perfect blue sky.
My favourite music shop everrrrr, its called Gak. Even if you don’t play, their collection of guitars is still pretty damn impressive.
I know this post isn’t the most detailed or even the most cultural, I will try and use the free time I get on trips more productively from now on but thought I’d share anyway. They are both places that I will return to without a doubt and definitely would recommend seeing if you have never been!