Weekend Getaways on 35mm

Weekend getaways that were probably the worst and best decision I made. It was the worst decision because I had midterms and essays due, but the best decision because…well, because of the pictures you’re about to see. I had my films developed recently and the pictures turned out great, so I thought I would share it here:

London – September 29th, 2017

en route to Vintage Kilo Sale

A super-early bird £3 ticket was SO worth it for the Vintage Kilo Sale. The trip to London was SO worth it. I came 30 minutes late, so most of the good stuff was already taken. But I still managed to buy 4kgs of clothes anyway for a total of £45. If that doesn’t make you want to go, I don’t know what’s wrong with you.

Red jacket from Vintage Kilo Sale 

After a few hours of digging through piles and piles of clothes, I spent the rest of the day strolling through Notting Hill. There were so many shops on the streets from antique shops to souvenir shops to a crepe shop. I know it’s a pretty famous area, but I would definitely have a stroll around Notting Hill from time to time to see the antique shops.

Teignmouth, Devon – November 1st, 2017

The best perk of living in Exeter is that I get to be so close to some of the most beautiful beaches in the UK. Yes, this is in the UK. Teignmouth is only 40 minutes away by train and it felt like I was in Europe or something lol. I didn’t expect the view to be so beautiful at all. Obviously, it’s not Italy or Greece, but pretty amazing to have this just 40 minutes away from me.

They also had this little arcade and it was so old and cute, I had to play! But anyways…if you are thinking of going on a day trip, definitely check out Teignmouth because I mean…look at this view:

I love this picture so much:

Bristol – November 5th, 2017 

This was a last minute trip to Bristol because I found out a few days before that there was a Vintage Kilo Sale on the 5th. Bristol is about 1.5 hours from me, so obviously I chose Bristol over studying for my midterm. I didn’t take a lot of pictures there, except for when I visited the Christmas Steps.

AMAZING faux fur coat I found at the Vintage Kilo Sale. I love it so much.

I’m going to end this post with a picture of me destroying my meal. This was a vegetarian meal from Gopal’s Curry Shack and I’m not even vegetarian, but it was so good. The portion was large (thank god, it wouldn’t have satisfied me if it was a smaller plate of veggies lol) and the flavours were so amazing. Tbh, it would’ve been perfect if it had some meat as well. But highly recommend Gopal’s Curry Shack, even if you’re not vegetarian!

Pictures were taken with a Canon Sure Shot Tele film camera

2 Replies to “Weekend Getaways on 35mm”

  1. Photos are amazing honestly! Keep it up!

    1. Thank you so much!

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