9 October 2016


I've hardly ever explored outside of London and not really considered it for travelling but it can be a great thing to have adventures in your own backyard, especially when you are running low on money. I've recently started to venture out to more of the UK and I had forgotten how photogenic England can be. 

When we went glamping in Yorkshire (post coming soon), we popped over to a neighbouring town, one which we'd just quickly google mapped and thought it sounded promising. I'm so glad we did it; from the moment we parked up, it was picturesque. The town oozed history and the first thing we saw was this great viaduct surrounded by gorgeous little houses and close by was Mother Shiptons Cave. We walked through beautiful forest and arrived at a stunning little dropping well and cave before walking through cute cobbled streets, past the old railway into the town.

We discovered a beautiful fish & chips place called Drakes and as basic as it sounds, I really recommend trying it if you ever find yourself in Knaresborough. The batter was perfect and they topped it with the crunchy scraps paired with delicious mushy peas and gravy. Best fish & chips I've ever had! 

And I really loved the area - I've never even heard of Knaresborough before but I fell in love with it's olden charm. Which other places in the UK are great for road trips?

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1 comment

  1. Lovely photos, especially that last one!

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