What Charlestown Did;

15 June 2012

Dress: Uni Qlo ~ Bag: Urban Outfitters ~ Loafers: Russell & Bromley ~ Windswept Hair: c/o me
Visited Coverack;
Hello! Oops, so that's been a bit of an unexpected absence on my part! My family came to stay in Cornwall for a week, so I didn't have any time to blog, and the cottage did not have any internet connection either. I went back home with them for a couple of days, which was lovely little break after University exams. But now, after the atrocious weather of this past week, I can say i'm back to my little piece of the internet. I now only have a couple of weeks left in Cornwall until I leave to go home for my summer holidays, so I'm planning to fit in as much exploring as I can! Me and Alessio planned to have a picnic in the car, hoping to be watching torrential rain and waves near the cliffs edge. However, it didn't turn out like that, as the sun decided to turn up after however many countless days of rain, and I was left feeling a bit silly in my wooly coat and scarf! Coverack was a really pretty little town, there wasn't a lot there, but that made it so much better. We had the most delicious ice-creams, I with my Clotted Cream Fudge and Ale with Blackcurrant Cheesecake, and we strolled around the little town, admiring the pretty cottages and colourful boats. 
  After a lot of panicking these last couple of weeks, and questioning whether i'm actually good enough to be on my course, I received my results today, and I've finished second year with a 2:1! Not only do I feel so relieved, but I also feel so much more confident, and after getting out lots of library books, I'm ready to get stuck into my dissertation. 
So right now, to celebrate my results, me and Alessio are off for a burger in town. We're currently on the search for the best burger in Cornwall, which we hope to have found by the end of our third year at Uni, we'll let you know how that goes, ha!
I also just want to say a quick thank you to Livvy, of tea.toast.fashion., for guest-posting last week, she has a truly lovely blog, and a seriously enviable style! I would really recommend taking a peek at her blog!
Love, Charlestown xoxo

25 comments:

  1. I love that stripy dress! So pretty :)
    That littl Cornish town looks absolutely lovely

    Julia xx

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  2. such a pretty little bay, and a pretty little you too! Well doe on your results and enjoy the burger hunt!

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  3. This makes me want to go to Cornwall!!

    OliviaMarianna.X

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  4. This looks absolutely beautiful! Well done on your results, I knew you would do well :D xxx

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  5. Cornish ice cream is the best ice cream ever - I've only been once but that's the best part of my holiday and the bit I remember the most! (: Congratulations on your results, I'm a little bit disheartened too with my course at the moment so I'm hoping that once my exams are out the way and I get my results I will be as pleased as you with my second year results. xx

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  6. Love your striped dress here. Exploring quaint cornish town has got to be one of my favourite past times! The places you can find are always so pretty and photogenic. Congratulations on your results! ~ox

    simplesophie.com

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  7. Congratulations on your degree :) Those ice cream flavours sound amazing!

    Caroline x
    Caroline's Catwalk

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  8. that's such a cute idea to have a picnic in the car in bad weather! and congrats on your uni results too :)

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  9. Congratulations on your results :)! I'm currently waiting for my third year results and the waiting is killing me! Just over a week to go until I find out. This place looks lovely too, especially the ice cream! xo

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  10. Awh your polaroids are lovely! Such beautiful photos, it looks like you had a nice break away (: also, I'm so jealous of your ice-creams, blackcurrant cheesecake?! GIMME. xx

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  11. WELL DONE YOU!!!!!!!
    what were you worrying about silly!
    this dress is lush, as are you, as is cornwall.
    aww you cutie anytime for you lovely
    love livvy xo

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  12. I really love the dress!
    Cute photos!
    xxx

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  13. Well done on the 2.1 lovely!! And Coverack looks so, so cute.. I went to Cornwall once in 2001, really want to go back. That cottage looks divine, wouldn't mind it as a second home! xx

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  14. Beautiful photographs, that ice cream looks delicious! Congratulations on your results :-)

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  15. Wow the weather looks beaut! Lovely pictures! :)
    X

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  16. I LOVE Coverack! And Cornwall for that matter, my parents live in a houseboat near Helston, such a beautiful place!

    http://rosie-makes.blogspot.co.uk/

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  17. Lovely post, the photos are gorgeous xx

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  18. Stunning photographs and you look so lovely! This looks like a wonderful place!

    dimplesdiaries
    x

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  19. Gorgeous photo's! Looks so idyllic xx

    {Satin&Souffles}

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  20. These are all such stunning photo's, makes me desperate to go on holiday!
    Love your stripy dress :)
    Love Holz oxo

    http://beautifulsimplicity-holziepink.blogspot.co.uk/

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  21. Hi, I pretty much died when i saw the photos on your blog, they are so cute! I would love to visit Britain. It looks so lovely! I have just taken up photography, i reckon it would be amazing to do a shoot there. Hopefully one day i will be able to visit. I live in New Zealand which is a mile away though!
    Also just wanted to let you know that i think your sense of style is great. I cant wait to see new posts!
    Anna

    http://opshopaholic.blogspot.co.nz/

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  22. congrats on the 2:1 you intelligent lady, i use to love going to coverack, i actually fell over pretty badly in coverack it was so funny my mates still laugh about it now 4 years later! your photos look amazing as always i bloody miss cornwall sooo much! xxx

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  23. Lovely photos. I love Cornwall, I spent so much time there when I was growing up as it's not far from my hometown. There are so many pretty places to visit, and I love all the Cornish beaches, fish and chips by the sea, pasties and little tea rooms, haha. Are you at uni in Falmouth? It must be really nice to be living down there and being able to do little seaside trips at the weekends.
    How lucky, planning a picnic in the car and then it being sunny, things like that definitely usually happen the other way round! Haha.
    Mel x

    http://melswallofmirrors.blogspot.co.uk

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