As you're reading this post, (albeit slightly delayed) I am now back in the motherland!
It's taken me a while to figure out what I have wanted to do with my life and moving back to Cornwall seems like the best possible outcome for the time being.
Although I do love being home, a lack of transport and a slower pace have got me missing Bath a little. I know that it was the right decision for me to do (and a cheap one too), I just need to keep convincing myself that it was the right decision and that I won't regret it.
|Top - White Stuff | Jeans - Topshop | Boots - Topshop|
Colonna & Smalls coffee shop
Possibly the best coffee shop in Bath (and the UK). I'm not an expert in coffee - I'm far from it, but this place is not only aesthetically pleasing, but the coffee is really good too! It is literally #instagramgoals. However, if you are like me and like quite sweet tasting coffee, this probably isn' the place for you. One of their main points on their mantra is that they don't advise adding sugar to their coffee, although they will happily provide it for you if you ask.
The cute village of Larkhall
With its pastel coloured houses and cute shops, Larkhall is definitely a place to visit if you're in Bath. I personally wouldn't have known about it if it weren't for Sarah. We decided one day that we would explore somewhere new in the city and Larkhall was just the place. It's not far from the centre itself and there is the cutest bakery you ever did see!
|Top - Seasalt | Jeans - Miss Selfridge | Shoes - Forever 21|
Or to be honest, any park in Bath in the spring time is amazing! But at the time, Henrietta Park was filled with cherry blossoms and leaves on the floor, making it a shoe-in instagram-worthy photo.
Of course there are the main attractions in Bath such as the Royal Crescent, The Circus and the weir just to name a few (and the street in the above photo - opposite Sally Lunn's), but these are probably the most instagram-worthy places you will see.