This one covers January through to now, basically all the things I've been doing in 2015 so far.
In January, the boy and I went to Sheffield - mainly to visit family in the city but also as a little weekend getaway. I've been in love with the North of the country for many years, and always look for an opportunity to visit. I have family living there (hey Eleanor!), but I also have roots in the area - especially Newcastle, where half of my family is from.
We found the most fantastic burrito place - Benito's Hat, Kings Cross Station. If you're passing through here, I insist you try it. The food is a bargain by London standards, especially for what you get. It's now our eatery of choice when we're travelling North.
I bought a beautiful new coat - baby blue, from Oasis. And I'm completely in love with it.
A helpful map on the entrance to King's Cross Underground station, detailing the local area.
Harry and I, as slight Sherlock fans (books, film and TV show) just had to go to the Sherlock exhibition at the Museum of London. We stopped off for coffee/hot chocolate and a Sherlock shortbread.
I say, old chap.
For some unknown reason (UK weather can be a little bit strange), there was a really sunny day. So we thought "break out the bikes, let's hit the bridleways". Also, may I introduce my lovely boyfriend, Harry. This guy, always :)
My sister turned 21 last weekend (not like the picture makes it obvious eh...), and we visited Chatsworth House in Derbyshire to celebrate. The grounds are currently closed to the public, but the restaurant is open. It was stunningly beautiful, and the food was lovely too.
Can't beat a decent Victoria sponge and a latte.
The gorgeous Chatsworth grounds, with the view of the Peak District.
Mother's Day in Colchester, Essex with Harry's Mum. I spent the morning/afternoon with my Mum, and the evening with Harry's and his family. All nine of us! Huge table booked at Middleton's, Colchester. And, as you can see, a very nice looking burger. Pricey, but very, very worth it.
Formal floral - (dress, Oasis, £75. Jacket, also Oasis, £65).
Up at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich for a little solar eclipse spotting...
Unfortunately, it wasn't to be - London's fog thickened up too much!
Cutty Sark visit = selfie! Can't not, let's be honest. Also, strong eyeliner game.
So there's my life through a lens (and a filter).
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Until next time,
Accidental Essex Girl