For half of the year I live in Cambridge where I study; outside of term-time I go back home to Devon, which is in the
South-West of England (and is the most beautiful place on earth IMO). After my journeys I realised that there really
is no place like home (and that Devon has the loveliest water I have ever tasted). Here I have decided to include some
pictures of my home (Devon) and my second home (Cambridge).
A rare moment where only one bike can be seen in Cambridge. This was the first time I had ever seen snow as Devon
is too mild to get it.
When it snowed I went out with my camera at 4am (I was very excited). Here is the bridge at St. John's college
that is apparently modelled on the Bridge of Sighs in Venice.
This is a picture taken inside King's College. There's a stonking great lamppost in the way because I was trying
to cover up a rude-shaped snowman (I did take another picture of it though :)).
Below: Cambridge in the summer during a punting trip. Punting is basically pushing along a big wooden shallow-bottomed
boat with a stick.
Here is me punting - it's very difficult!
Devon is where I live and of course I think it's the best place in the world. It is close to the sea but also very
rural (as you will see).
Above: This is my beach
Below: some pictures of another nearby beach and the countryside that my dad took.
Below: Lots of me!
Me in the Summerhouse
Me feeding the geese
Me with the tractor (what Devon girl could be without one..?)
Typically Englishy/Devony things include:
Cricket. Cottages. Pimm's. Crown Green Bowling.
And of course... Devon Cream Tea (cream first, always).