So two weeks have passed now and I have had my induction week and my first full week of my Master’s course! I felt it was time to start sharing with you my master’s journey, and what a way to begin by showing you around my new room which will be my home for the next year.
My trip to Cornwall now feels a lifetime ago now I am back at university but the sunny day in St Ives remains there in my memories! It was here I had my delicious Cornish pasty and got very red shoulders!
Now the summer is over and what an incredible, fun-filled, and some what eventful summer it has been! From having my last ever sociology exam in May, turning 21 in June, graduating in July and being about to start my Masters in September, it has been full of emotions!
I have been to Cornwall a number of times but never before had I visited or even heard of Porthleven. I can’t believe I never had because it was so beautiful.
Porthleven is England’s most southerly port and is literally brimming with history. This quaint little port is so picturesque, with white cottages contrasting again the bright blue sea, and filled with shops and restaurants.
Thursday morning I was up bright eyed and bushy tailed standing on the platform at Paddington station ready to undertake my journey to Newquay, Cornwall. I had been to Cornwall previously and it is just one of the most beautiful parts of England and I urge everyone to go and visit at some point! You just would not believe you are even in England with the white sand beaches and turquoise sea!
My mum and dad are big big fans of the superbikes and follow them around England to watch. So, the weekend just gone was Cadwell Park, just outside of Lincoln. And with nothing for me to do, my mum suggested going with them to camp and go to Lincoln on Saturday, but this did mean enduring the motorbikes all day Sunday, which I agreed could be bearable. So, yes I said and on Friday we were off to Cadwell!
We were honestly so unlucky with the traffic on the way there and a journey which was supposed to take just over 2 hours took us almost 4!! I am rubbish at journeys but I think I did quite well and only asked ‘are we there yet’ twice! We even had thunderstorms and torrential rain throughout the journey which was making us worried about camping that night. But we arrived at a dry campsite and quickly put the tent up and had dinner before heading to bed.
Thank you so so much to April from the Travelling Wanderer for nominating us to take part in the Liebster awards! I am very honored that you have chosen us to be one of your nominations it means a lot!
If you are thinking what an earth is a Liebster award?! I am about to let you know! The award is an online award and is given to bloggers by other bloggers. It is to help promote and connect fellow bloggers and generally help and support those out there doing the same as us and hopefully, show our readers who inspire and interest us so you can enjoy them too!