Summer In The City…

…doesn’t quite mean cleavage, cleavage, cleavage at the moment as we are “enjoying” a dismal British summer. As I write this, it is raining, yet again. I walked from the train station to my flat, and was drenched by the time I got in. Grr.

I just took this photo a moment ago, and its just showing the difference between this weekend, and last weekend…

…which was the weekend of the Harbourside Festival. On the Saturday, the weather was beautiful, so good infact that I got sunburnt for the first time this year. Why does this please me so much?

We had lunch at Bordeaux Quay, which was so good. Here’s my lunch, which was something with hummous, olives and grilled veg. Om nom nom nom.

This week is the Balloon Fiesta, and unfortunately the rain has caused a few problems, such as Night Glows and fireworks being cancelled. Boo!

I took this shot out of my bedroom window yesterday evening, of the first set of balloons that were being set off. When I was younger, I used to get so excited when I saw a hot air balloon, so its probably a good thing we don’t have events like this up in Chester cause I probably would have wet myself with excitement back then. The amount of balloons was awesome, and some of the balloons were great – I love the Ikea one (the red one above the pink house at the bottom of my pic and also the one which is a big green monster. It surprised me who had balloons though – why does the University of Bristol have a hot air balloon? And Sloggi, who have ladies bottoms (and their legs of course) on their balloon!

Anyway, I’m off to munch some toast and drink tea, which is obviously the best thing to do in this type of weather!



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