Lake Garda; Day 5 – Renon

This actually happened on Day 6. There was a day where we didn’t really do anything and I left my camera in the room.

Renon, Italy

We went on a train ride that was rather packed, we went on another gondola (One can never go on too many gondolas to be fair).

Renon, Italy

Featuring… The Dolomites from a different angle!

Renon, Italy
Renon, Italy
Renon, Italy
Renon, Italy
Renon, Italy
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Lake Garda; Day 4 – A Mountain Walk

There is a gonadal in Lake Garda, so of course we had to go up it. The downside we happened to arrive at the same time as a school trip!

Monte Baldo

The weather, was again 380483028203 degrees (30 ish) and this was up the mountain, not just in the valley. It was super duper hot. Every day we had a massive thunderstorm with loads of rain. Very tropical for late May!

Monte Baldo
Monte Baldo

Lake Garda; Day 2 – Dolomites

I love a good mountain. I particularly enjoy to view the Alps from all angles. This an angle that I had not observed the Alps from. Until today.

Dolomites, Italy

Very good views. Best mountains yet!

Dolomites, Italy

The weather took a turn for the worse in the afternoon, but as we were on a coach it didn’t matter too much. Quite happy with these shots, especially considering they were taken in a moving vehicle.

Dolomites, Italy
Dolomites, Italy
Dolomites, Italy

Devon, Day 1

On Day 1 it was very hot. We decided to do part of the Coastal Path, we set off from Horn’s Cross and walked to Buck’s Mill.

Buck's Mill Beach

It was a great surpise though as there were bluebells everywhere on the coastal path!

Bluebells

We then went back on ourselves and tried to get to Peppercombe, but it was a bit too hot and we’d been out for 3 and a half hours walking up and down, so we decided to call it quits and went back to the hotel.

Buck's Mill Beach
Bluebells
Buck's Mills

The promise of summer

And a bit of a photo dump!

The promise of summer

I had a bit of a nightmare week last week. I had a bad cold, but we’d been let down by the plasterer (We’re having the bedroom redecorated) which meant we had more work to do that we’d originally planned. The original plan was; plasterer turn up and skim walls and ceiling on Sat, plaster to dry and me to mist coat and paint Wed – Fri (depending on when it was dry), attach new skirting boards, light fitting and radiator over the long weekend, new carpet on Tuesday.

Blossom

This all went out of the window as we had to sort the walls out ourselves, then when we were reattaching the radiator kB bent the pipe and it sprung a leak. Then when we got that fixed (Frantically on Tuesday morning before the carpet fitter came), the valve sprung a leak because it was corroded and all of the knocking about had pushed it over the edge.

Blossom

Luckily, everything was sorted and fixed in time and now we are almost back to normal. Just a bit tired and bored of DIY!

Tulips <3

Silhouette // 19 03 16

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