St Michael’s Mount, tho’ 😍
Home of the St Aubyn family, St Michael’s Mount was given to the National Trust in 1954 who still look after it today. It was here that the Spanish Armada was first spotted in 1588 and during WWII it was fortified against invasion as some Nazis planned to live here after invading Britain (try again, Adolf ✌️). Points of interest include the mummified cat 😖, the statue of St Michael defeating Lucifer, the tidal clock and the Chevy Chase room, which (rather disappointingly) is not a room dedicated solely to the American actor.
I went by this place a few days ago and all the ivy was dead and gone! So I'm giving you this pic I took of it last year, to finish out the Autumn invasion in my feed (No promises another might pop up though) 😉 Happy Sunday y'all! 🍁🍂🍃
Missing India. Pictured here is a Hindu temple by the river (as I recall). This day we played by the river and had the most unique picnic I’ve ever had (wagon wheel, boiled potato, boiled egg, chai). The kids played in the water, and they laughed and laughed. And some Hindu ladies got baptized in the river, dedicating their lives to Jesus and leaving their former lives behind. #memoriesofindia
A look back at 12 centuries ago.
Shakh-i-Zinda is the necropolis of the Living King.
One of the most beautiful and my favourite places in the city.
Один взгляд назад длиною в 12 веков.
Шахи-Зинда, некрополь Живого Царя.
Одно из красивейших мест города и моё самое любимое 💙
Thanks @clipnclimbchester for an awesome morning. Erin was well into it. Finn dug his heels in and just wanted throwing round by his harness for the hour instead. Deffo going to try @flipoutchester next! #kids#stufftodowithkids#wirral#Chester#googlepixel