Travel

Day 12. So English

Helo, sut ydych chi?!

Translation: hello! How are you?! In welsh

Step update: 10,307

Snore update: not sure, didn’t ask. I’m kinda at the point where I can’t be bothered anymore. 

Today was a day full of being totally English! 

We woke up and made our way to the Sally Lunn Bun house for breakfast. I had a light breakfast which was a pot of English breakfast tea and half a bun with cinnamon butter and it was incredible! Like the best think I’ve ever had. 

From here we made our way throught the beautiful city of Bath

To the Jane Austin center for the Jane Ausitn exhibition, which was so cool. I learned so much more about her than I knew before. Specifically about her time in bath and how the city influenced her writing. And I also learned how to write with a quip and ink, and got my own traditional copper seal, I also found out the portrait of Colin Firth as Mr Darcy sold for 12,000 pounds! Go Mr Darcy!


 From here we went to the regency tea room on the top floor of the centre for high noon tea, like a traditional Englishman. It was great, I had scones and finger sandwiches and tried clotted cream for the first time. I defiantly felt English. And the tea was great!

  
After this we trekked back to the car and headed for Cardiff Wales! We’re here now at a very nice hostel in a private room, yay!! For dinner we had some Chinese food. Ate way to much, but it was delicious none the less. Tomorrow we’re headed to Chipping Camden for 4 days then off to Liverpool, but before that we’re going to tour the Cardiff Castle and see the oldest record shop in the world!

Cheers!

-ruzele

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