Here is a little report of our holiday in Glastonbury in June 2012 :-). Sorry if I bore you with the place but I just love it too much 🙂
We had one nice day which was Monday. After about 4 1/2 hours we arrived at the campsite close to Glastonbury UK. We set up our tent and then had a stroll around Glastonbury. As we knew the weather would get worse, we decided to use the lovely weather at that moment and get up to the Tor. An ancient hill man made as the area around Glastonbury used to be wet marshland. The hill was the only possibility to grow any crops, and so they made it higher and higher.
Nowadays it is more known for its connection with the myths around Avalon and Pagan spirituality. No matter what: The hill is an amazing site and if you are lucky like us to be up there when the weather is fine you have a brilliant view around.
Well, of course, I took some pictures but somehow my camera is not working quite right so I will have to work on them. But these are some examples for now.
The Tor from Well Lane
View towards Bridgewater
Jurrasic Hills surrounding Glastonbury
On top of the world at last!
- Come rain or shine… (thisisidiom.wordpress.com)
- The Curious Case of the Glastonbury Skeletons (solascendans.com)
- Glastonbury: Gone with the show? (jimmyblake92.wordpress.com)
- The White Spring – Glastonbury Beltane Begins (wizardnews.wordpress.com)
- Social suggestion for the 2012 Easter bank holiday: Medieval Fayre at Glastonbury, England (davidjrodger.wordpress.com)