I’ve been very lucky over the past 10 days, as I’ve been enjoying some time off work and it seemed to have been timed perfectly with the best weather we’ve had in a long time. We enjoyed lots of family time, I’ve managed to do some decorating in our house and I’ve also started wedding dress shopping, so it’s been a pretty amazing bunch of days! However, when it came to going out and about on Easter Sunday, the weather had turned and it was a pretty dark and cold day, culminating with some heavy rain whilst myself and Hana joined our parents to explore one of the pretty towns about a half hour from their house.
We’d been up to the local castle ruins to take some photos and enjoy some history and not long after we reached the top, the heavens opened and we were completely soaked. Oh well, we still had a great day, and we enjoyed a lovely coffee shop stop for tea and cake.
I love getting out and about to local villages and towns near where we all live – there are such amazing views to be seen and we’re pretty lucky to live amongst such gorgeous surroundings. And the little bit of rain didn’t dampen our spirits – it was still a change from the freezing weather we were experiencing during Easter Sunday last year, when much of the area we visited was covered in ice.
Photo Credit: Lucy