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What To Do in Winchester

A few months ago, we took a 55-minute train ride going to Winchester to attend Georgina Wilson-Burnand’s wedding (naks, Burnand na hahaha!). It was like a class field trip because 20+ of us were inside the train and we were so noisy that it was actually kind of annoying already. Lol. I only had a few hours to go around this beautiful, old city so I decided to get lost and appreciate everything I could see in the little time I had. I got to see Winchester Cathedral and even got to spot a book store behind that sells second hand books at such a good price. I bought this book that’s a compilation of the news from the 1950s, got to try this amazing latte at their weekend market and so much more! I hope you like these photos. BMS.

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

What To Do in Winchester

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