A broke girl with a bucket list

Yorkshire in Photos

Yorkshire in Photos

Photo Diary 28.10.2018 – 31.10.2018

After almost a year of travelling to bucket-list destinations around Europe, it was a bit of a shock to be headed in my half term for Cleckheaton. Turns out long dog walks, home-cooked meals and spending time with family was exactly what I needed in my first few days of the break. While my mates jetted off to Italy, Spain or Portugal, I hung out watching Strictly Come Dancing over a cup of tea and was in bed by 10 most evenings. What a life.

We ventured out of the house to Haworth one day, a village famous for being the home of the Brontë sisters. While my godmother spent the time ‘working from home’ in a cafe on the main street, I was free to wander by myself for a couple of hours. Once finished with the Brontë parsonage, I got down to exploring the quirky stores that lined the main street – from a psychedelic whole foods store to an apothecary and a vintage store that was definitely not the sort you’d find any clothing from later than about the 1960s.

Honestly, I don’t have much to say about Yorkshire except that it provided the break that I really needed. Spending so much time living away from home makes a Sunday roast or just a cup of tea on the couch a much-needed luxury. Thanks to Helen and Dave for putting up with my sleep ins, providing pumpkins for carving and keeping my wine glass topped up. Who needs Italy anyway?

Bisous xx