Hello again, thought Id finish off my Cambrige adventures for you all.
But before I begin I'd like to say thank you to MARYPOPPINS for choosing me as the winner of 'pretties' :) I'm yet to find out what these are, and I didn't even know I was in the running for them, but I am sure they will be beautiful and make me a very happy bunny, so thank you agian.
Firstly, couldn't resist taking a quick snap of myself in the changing room of a beautiful shop while I was there. The wall paper was lovely, clashes with my dress abit though :)
Excuse the bad hair day, it was very cold and windy in town.
Anyway, moving back to the more important aspects of my trip what I did and where I went.
Well I am in love with a little coffee house that a friend takes me to while I'm visting. Indigo Coffee House its called, sadly on my own I doubt I could remeber its location, but it is down a little alley way near the catherdal somewhere....helpful I know. I will find out its location for you soon!
It's so cute and tiny inside, can only fit around 10 people in at a time maybe even less, but as an advid tea drinker and lover, it's a great place to go for tea in Cambridge in my opinion, non of this fancy Starbucks 'Is it breakfast tea you wanted madam...', just good honest tea for one, complete with your very own little tea pot :)
How I do enjoy a good cup of tea....all the better if in a pretty tea cup and saucer.
I personally have a milk glass Arcoroc dinner service, with little roses to decorate. I fell in love with it at first sight in one of my mum and I's favourite charity shop haunts, priced up for a fair amount of money, and ended up leaving without it! To my delight the next week when I went back, not only was the entire set of plates, side plates cups and saucers still there, but it was marked down to £2.00 for the lot.
I did not hestite this time, it was meant to be mine. Its beautiful. However I cant seem to find a picture of it at all and its at my flat, which I am not, so I will photograph it this weekend for you to have a nose at.
This is one of my favourite photos from my trip ot Cambridge, taken on what I call my baby handbag camera amazingly from the top level of a central carpark. The view was amazing, not that I was there for the view, but on an little adventure to watch the world go by without a care in the world.
Well time to sleep I think, I have a big day ahead of me tomorrow.
More photograghy, fashion and vintage finds coming soon x