A walk through the British countryside.

In November my flatmate, Helen, from London took me and our other flatmate, Keziah, to her hometown near Middlesborough, in the North of England. There we walked to Roseberry Topping, a tall hill near Great Ayton. Fun fact, Great Ayton was the childhood home of Captain Cook, the first British guy to discover Australia.

Enjoy some pretty pictures of the British countryside…




8 thoughts on “A walk through the British countryside.

  1. We have family in Estonia, so I would have to guess it would be there.. That is if I can force myself into an overseas flight- I hate to fly. But I’d love to see Austria, Switzerland, England and so many other places. 🙋🐦

    1. Ooh Estonia! I did a post a while back on the day I spent in Tallinn – it was beautiful! I hope you have the opportunity to go, and I’m sure you’ll get through the flight 🙂

  2. I hope to take long walks in England, one day. Maybe with Mr. One. And Only. 🙂 Beautiful pictures. Thank you for following my story. I hope to get some feedback and ideas from you. xx

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