3rd stop of our 5-day trip was Bath and Stonehenge.
We had breakfast at Hart's Bakery in Bristol before we took the train to Bath. The custard tart was awesome! Imagine flaky exterior coupled with soft and smooth custard. I totally can't wait to savour Portugese egg tarts in Portugal!
On our way to the hostel
Aren't Bath's streets so photogenic?
He could not stop licking me! That was genuine happiness on my face haha. Yeah, my feet gave up on wearing those platforms and I wore slippers instead.
I'd love to live in one of these houses.
Holburne (Art) Museum
Beautiful interior and a choir playing in the background
We chanced upon San Francisco Fudge Factory near Bath Abbey and I tried their Peanut Butter fudge. It had a smooth and creamy consistency and was so rich in peanut butter flavour. It was one of the best fudges that I had!
We had dinner at a very popular Spanish tapas restaurant - Ole Tapas. We almost couldn't get a table as reservations were full!
23/5: StonehengeThe next day was reserved for a day trip to Stonehenge.
Shopping at Primark.. There should be a Primark in Singapore!!
We joined the tour bus from Bath and initially got transport tickets only. The tour driver then asked us why we were going there without the intention of seeing the Stonehenge because without an admission ticket, there was no way we could see it. We ended up paying an additional £12 for the admission fee.
Photobombed by a cute kid
all the meh meh in the background
The homes of Stonehenge's builders supposedly looked like this.
Vast greenery~ my kind of thing
New friend that I met in the tour bus. She is so pretty! You can probably tell how significant our height difference is from this photo alone :/
After Stonehenge, we went to Same Same But Different cafe for dinner.
This was the rice dish of smoked haddock kedgeree with soft boiled duck egg. Delicious!
Best cod cheeks ever! They were so tender, moist, and went so well with the slightly sweet plum sauce.