Thursday, 18 May 2017

Falmouth Fun

 Last week I decided to take a break from final year uni stress and visit Meg in Falmouth. The train from Plymouth took about 2 hours but was so cheap and SOOoo worth it (!)

 Luckily for us, the day I visited was so sunny and warm it felt just like being on holiday by the seaside.

 Because neither of us had been to the Gardens of Heligan before, we decided to take a lil' road trip to St Austell. I had actually meant to go to the Gardens when I was in St Ives last year, but sadly it was too rainy; so this seemed like the perrrfect day out.

Before setting off, we stopped for brunch at Good Vibes Cafe (which was uhh-mazing btw) and bought a disposable camera to document our trip.  The camera made all of our photos so spontaneous and in-the-moment, I just love them (scroll down for a peek!).

The Gardens were like a tropical paradise, hiding plant-made sculptures, lakes and even a rope bridge (yay!)

We finished the day off by having a mini picnic at Penryn beach, watching the sunset - a perfect end to a perfect day. (I had so much fun that Meg convinced me to stay a night longer!)

Have you visited Falmouth / The Gardens of Heligan? x










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