6/6: Day trip to Cambridge
I've been wanting to visit Cambridge but the train ticket to Cambridge is so expensive. Luckily, the school has added Cambridge back to the "give it a go" programme due to popular demand.
Punting in Cambridge
Cambridge is such a touristy place. There are so many shops selling souvenirs and we got approached about 5 times for punting tours too.
My kind of food pyramid.
St. Catharine's College
What a grand entrance!
Scott Polar Research Institute
St. Andrew's Street Baptist Church
Saint Columba's Church
Sedgwick Museum of Geology
After visiting the many religious sites and museums, we went to the Market Square to source for some food.
Streets of Cambridge
Lovely music played by 2 artistes.
St John’s College
The architecture of St. John's College is so impressive. This college could legitimately pass off as a palace.
and more punting..!
I finally wore my midi dress that I had bought in Leeds. The dress ended at the model's knees while mine ended below my knees. HAI!! It made me look like I have extremely short legs :( #woesofanasian
the walk to Trinity College
This was the first time I saw such tall shasta daisies! They were so pretty! It was such a lovely day to have a picnic too.
Part of Trinity College
Clare College - the second oldest college in Cambridge
St Edward King and Martyr
This was the prettiest college I had seen, apart from St. John's College It looked just like a royal palace. Yeah, certainly a college befitting of kings.
While having our dinner, we were enjoying music from this duo. Weather was perfect too. Wonderful times.
What better way to end a meal than with a delicious scoop of (pistachio) ice-cream?
Cambridge is a city filled with so many colleges and they are all so aesthetically pleasing.