A rainy day at Tatton and what did we spot as soon as we walked in? Alliums! Dad's favourite. Rows and rows of them in all their different shapes and sizes. 🌻
Isn't it odd how things work out. I went to Tatton Flower Show last year, slightly confused and jet lagged as I'd arrived early morning from KL🇲🇾. It was the same day that I found out dad had pancreatic cancer, he'd only officially found out a few days before. Mum and I ventured for flowers and fizz, dad stayed at home, he was already suffering the extreme fatigue that pancreatic cancer causes. 👎 Only a year later and he's not here anymore. 💔
People know it, you always say it, life can change in a flash, so live for now. Don't save things for a special occasion, stop putting things off. Do it. You've only definitely got right now. ♥️
What was once only a small fishing village 🐟 is now a tourist hub, still home to some pretty, little quaint streets, and a narrow, steep, cobbled walk down to the sea, it reminded me of a Cornish coastal town. Last visited in 1992!☀️
Just loved😍 this corner shop which seemed to sell every beach item you could imagine! Not sure how long the faded inflatables have been hung up outside...
All the food, many, many BBQs and team dinners create moments to feel good ✔✔✔
Highlights - salmon kebabs, a leg of lamb slow cooked for hourrrsss, red snapper and the biggest, juiciest most delicious tiger prawns you have ever seen!
The fish market 🐟 in Lagos is fantastic and unbelievably well-stocked, there's also a weekly Saturday market which is rammed with people and fresh, local produce, no need to eat out when you just want to rest and be comforted by 'home' cooked food.