What is there to do in the summer in Scotland? Head off to the seaside, of course!
I’ve been on holiday this week, so naturally I have been itching to get out and explore. Tuesday happened to be one of the hottest days of the year, but unfortunately my other half was working and our little seaside voyage couldn’t take place until the next day. Needless to say, come Wednesday the skies were grey, the wind was up and the temperature was back down to Baltic. Okay, that last part was maybe a bit of an exaggeration, but it certainly didn’t feel very summery when we reached Anstruther.
Anstruther is a little town in Fife, almost directly across the Firth of Forth from our little part of East Lothian. Despite it being so close, I have never ventured there. My partner used to spend his childhood summers there and he wanted to show me some of the places that he used to hang around.
Our first stop was the harbour, which is so pretty.
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This time last week I was waking up after a much-needed mini break to London. We were there for two and a half days which just flew by. London is one of those cities that I like to visit – it is so vibrant and full of interesting things to see and do. It is also home of some of my friends and it’s always great to meet up with them again too.
Last time I took the other half with me to London we had a whole week and we did as much of the tourist stuff we could – the London Eye, Madame Tussauds, Sea Life London Aquarium, Cutty Sark and so much more. In truth we tried to fit too much in and ended up exhausted and a little grumpy with each other at times.
So this time we decided we would take things at a more leisurely pace. We started as we meant to go on with breakfast at The Breakfast Club at London Bridge. Going out for breakfast is something of a novelty for us. I think we’ve only ever done it once in the three years we’ve been dating. There was much excitement on my part about it and I wasn’t disappointed. The Breakfast Club was busy but we didn’t have to wait long for a nice little booth where we could sit and admire the kitsch decor. It is a mishmash of different things and it really appealed to our sense of humour. Continue reading “London Calling”