Surrey ‘s surprises

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When I moved to Surrey last year, in preparation for the start of my new family life, I was more than slightly apprehensive about the lifestyle adjustment. Knowing I would no longer be able to swipe my contactless card and jump on an iconic red bus or step out my door knowing I was only a short train or tube ride from the bright lights and buzz of such a cosmopolitan city, quickly became a major concern. These days buses only pass the end of my road once an hour and only run for a select few hours of the day. ¬†Surprisingly this doesn’t bother me all that much any more. The nearest train station is within walking distance and can get me to Waterloo within what I ¬†would now consider a respectable time. For now this is all ok, although I will admit I often have a slight nostalgia for my previous existence, I am currently trying to embrace all that a Surrey life has to offer from quirky cottages to rural retreats and picturesque landscapes…

 

 

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So many more hidden gems waiting to be discovered…

Love,

Lindsay x

1 thought on “Surrey ‘s surprises

  1. Your pictures are so pretty! I mean they’re just wow! I love England and everything about it – okay maybe not the rain everyone is saying is a often visitor. Whenever I’ve been there was either a heatwave or just regular nice weather. Keep up your great work.

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