This year I’ve been keen to embrace and enjoy the British countryside during every long weekend and bank holiday that comes my way. In April Mr Ship-Shape and I spent a few days in Cornwall for my birthday, before making a pilgrimage to the Gower in Wales with our friends for a spot of Easter camping.
Both weekends revolved around coastal walks, lots of food and excellent company. Hopefully this weekend, the last bank holiday of spring, lives up to its predecessors.
I often forget to post about our escapades on here (I still have draft posts from trips to Berlin and San Francisco) but since my camera is permanently attached to my side on all our holidays – no matter how short – I thought I’d share a few photos from our Great British adventures.
How are you spending this bank holiday weekend? I hope you’re enjoying it! The disused jubilee pool in Penzance An eager model on our walk from Mousehole to LamornaLow tide at Mousehole Harbour Walking through Cornish woodland in a not-so-sensible outfit… These boots were made for walking – the start of our four hour walk across the Worm’s Head in the Gower Worm’s Head – you can walk across to this tidal island and back again during low tide We weren’t the only ones making the most of the Easter weekend… Dandelions at the edge of our campsite in Port Eynon – we were camped yards away from the beach