In this week's round-up of our ‘photo a day project', we do a spot of sightseeing in Glasgow and arrive to spring in the air in London.
Photo a day project: February 24th 2014. What diet? Tender salt and pepper calamari and thickly cut chips for him. Lightly battered and fried hake on same said chips and salad for her.
Photo a day project: February 25th 2014. Glasgow Necropolis. Set in the medieval heart of the city and high up on a hill, this cemetery with its sculptured garden is described as one of the most significant in Europe. It also commands a spectacular view over modern day Glasgow.
Photo a day project: February 26th 2014. Glasgow Cathedral. Built in medieval Scotland and consecrated in 1197, this beautifully preserved cathedral still sees hundreds of worshippers each week, as it has done for the last 800 plus years. It's also the final resting place of St. Mungo, patron saint and founder of the city, who's tomb can be viewed in the crypt.
Photo a day project: February 27th 2014. Postcard time. Our latest postcard is currently making its way to Ashley in Canada! Ashley correctly guessed where I first wore Hai's (read my ;)) snow jacket on this trip: sunny Malaysia! It may have been summer but it was freezing on top of Mt. Kinabalu! Thanks so much for following our adventures, Ashley!
Photo a day project: February 28th 2014. Glasgow to London. Thanks to their extensive road and rail network, getting between major cities in the UK, and even to neighbouring countries, is a breeze. Booked online far enough in advance, it's also economical should you enjoy the slower pace.
Photo a day project: March 1st 2014. Sakura London. Feeling a little nostalgic as we start to notice a number of cherry trees in full bloom here in London. Have you seen any this season yet?
Photo a day project: March 2nd 2014. BMX & skate park. Described recently by London's mayor, Boris Johnson as the “epicentre of UK skateboarding”, the undercroft of the Southbank Centre definitely does add to the cultural fabric of the city and one that would be sorely missed if moved due to re-development.
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What have you been up to this week?