Spring in London Part I

So it’s been a long time since my last post and the only real explanation I have is that I was so caught up in trying to get a graduate job over here that I forgot to make time for blogging. I kept posting photos on Instagram since I find it a more instantaneous and […]

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Hever Castle, Kent

I apologise for the lack of uploads recently – I’ve been really busy with applications/interviews and temping so I haven’t had that much spare time to go out and explore. But a couple of weekends ago I did get the chance to visit Hever Castle in Kent, which was the childhood home of Anne Boleyn […]

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A Kentish Village

Wickhambreauxย is one of my favourite English villages. Tucked away in the Kentish countryside, it was the first proper village I ever saw when I first came to England as a teenager. We had glorious weather on Thursday last week, so after taking a walk around the village we popped into a local pub for lunch […]

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Walmer Castle and Gardens

Walmer is an estate near Deal, Kent, originally designed as a coastal artillery defence by King Henry VIII. It is now the official residence of the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother made regular visits to the estate during her time as the Warden, and the Queen Mother’s Garden was […]

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Rochester

Rochester is a town in Kent with the second oldest cathedral foundation in the UK (after Canterbury). Does anyone else find that when they photograph streets that are on an angle, they can never seem to straighten the image correctly? I must have played around with it for about 15 minutes and I’m still not […]

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Knole Park

Another lovely walk with the cousins but this time with perfect weather!  

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