.: Exploring Lake District :.

After our tormented journey to Lake District, and after a glorious breakfast the next morning, we were more than ready to explore! First we’ve decided to go for a walk in Keswick itself. The views around the lake here are fantastic. It was very tempting to do the boat tour, but as it was rainy and we wanted to visit more places we ended up not doing it. Next time, want to

Thanks to our hotel host, we were advised to stop by Battermere, and I’m so glad we did. The views are breathtaking! I wish my photos could do justice to this place

He did a video, the song is crappy because the video was all shaken due to the roads:

Tip: Most people tend to stay in the south lakes around windermere, but the north lakes are more beautiful also less crowded as well. If you’ve travelled all the way up at least try to make the most of it. Next time I’ll just do north lakes

Next morning we woke up yet again ready for another superb breakfast and to socialise with the other guests. As we had another 5h ahead of us (considering a small break and any potential traffic), we only really had a morning.

I’ve decided to go to Ullswater and in particular to Aira Force, a beautiful waterfall

We had lots of fun doing a bit of trekking in the muddy roads. This place is really worth the visit! Trouble is, by the time we were going down to the lake it was too windy and crappy weather, so we’ve decided to go for a warm soup before heading down back home.

Love cream mushroom soup

You know the feeling when you had a good weekend and you’ve managed to disconnect from all your worries? This is how I felt, after all the Lakes are one of those inspiring places! Can hardly wait to get back 🙂

Have you been into the lakes? Any ideas you would like to share?