Wow, I’m honestly feeling a little bit overwhelmed right now since I haven’t been writing in a while. If you’re one of my readers and has been wondering where I’ve been, please read this post, thank you.
Anyway, it feels good to be back and writing on the blog again!
I’m not sure at first which event I should dedicate this comeback entry to, but after a long scan through the list (of drafts), I think my summer last year’s trip to Lake District most absolutely deserved to be the content of this post. I’ve left it untold for a year (not my longest abandonment in my history of drafts, but still) and there are pictures that I’ve been wanting to show off because Lake District could never disappoint.
So, this was the summer trip my family and I had around mid August last year. The weather was just lovely with a bit of breeze. After we’ve checked in at a Travelodge in Penrith, Dad continued to drive us to Buttermere. We’ve never been to the north-west end side of Lake District and Buttermere sounds nice (got to admit I actually point on the map based on the name sometimes).
Along the way, we saw a breathtaking view – well, this is not really a surprise when you’re in the area, but because there was actually parking spaces for us to stop and take pictures, we obviously just had to make a stop.
And after a bit more of driving, we’ve finally found Butteremere.
There’s no word for it other than beautiful.
If you’ve ever read any of my previous posts on Lake District, you would know how in love I am with the place. My eyes, my soul and my whole spirit always feel so refreshed whenever I visited any part of Lake District.
Geography studies; Lake District is actually quite a chunky scale of region. From the north to the south lakes would take you around 1 hour and 45 minutes driving. The roads are usually narrow and mostly surrounded by houses, scenery and lakes (quite obviously).
So that was it for the first day.
I’ll have the second day of our trip up soon! Until then, I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this post, thank you.
May you have happy thoughts always, Ain xx