Japanese Gardens and Old Harry’s Rocks | Day 2

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Well, here are my final photos from the weekend! We visited these beautiful Japanese Gardens at Compton Acres in Poole. They were beautiful, so well kept and I so wish I had worn a nice outfit so I could have got some nice photos of myself, surrounded by beautiful plants, haha! After wandering around, we were well due a cup of tea and a bite to eat, so we sat outside of the little tea room and had cake, scones and a lovely cuppa. We then headed all the way around the cove to Old Harry's Rocks. I had never heard of it before but Dan and Hannah knew they wanted to see it so off we went and I was so pleased that we went. It was really stunning! We, of course, took lots and lots of photos and then sat by the edge and had another cup of tea and a biscuit before heading back to the campsite and getting ready for tea at a local pub that Dan had received a voucher for from Badger Beers. It was lovely and the perfect end to our short trip away. I definitely want to return but next time we will hopefully have a dog we can go on lots of long coastal walks with and hopefully spend a little longer exploring and relaxing. I'm planning on doing a road trip next Summer, stopping off in Wales, then Cornwall, Dorset and then the Cotswolds and then maybe even some parts of the East Coast but I need to research that first! Have any of you guys been to any of those places? Let me know where you loved and where you hated! I need to see more of the UK now after this trip. Today I had my first cervical screening, which I was dreading but it lasted literally no longer than 30 seconds. For any of you girls my age (24 turning 25) then you'll have either already received or will be expecting to receive your letter through the post about it. Do not put it off, try not to worry, it's pain free but just a little uncomfortable. It is so important you go as soon as you can and if you're worried there's really no need to be! And trust me, after my coil experience a few months ago.. I would absolutely tell you if I felt any pain! Hope you enjoyed my final photos and I will speak to you soon, L.

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