So this is Poole

You may remember my “I’m here!” post a while back which just so happens to be when I took all of these photos. I haven’t been taking nearly as many pictures as I did when I first arrived, but I think my camera is going to have to become a staple in my bag once again. Although I study at Bournemouth University, I live a little ways away in Poole. It may be a bit far for an almost daily bus ride, but Poole has many great features (many of which I’m sure I’ve yet to discover)!

The weather has become a mucky and cold sort of thing, but it doesn’t make the bus ride back to Poole any less comforting. This place has more or less started to feel like a home (away from home, that is). I figured it was about time I showed you my first impression. It definitely has a nautical feel with seagulls calling out and the smell of saltwater. Also, Poole Harbour just so happens to be the second largest natural harbour in the world!

I live right next to the railway and the sound of trains is constant. I’ve not seen one for a while, but the steam trains that came by always had me out of my bed and peering out the window at night.










Comments

Sally @ ourdreamlives
10 November 2011 - 13:07

Ah you’re in Poole! So lovely… I was just there on Sunday in fact! My grandparents had a yacht in Poole Harbour when I was growing up… oh the memories :) you’re so lucky to be right by the seaside!

Sally @ ourdreamlives
10 November 2011 - 18:44

Hi Eva, I’ve just seen your comment on my blog – to be honest I don’t know Poole town too well anymore, it looks so pretty from your pictures! But one place I’d recommend visiting if you haven’t already is Brownsea Island – it’s a beautiful place to explore and has peacocks roaming free! I hope you’re enjoying it down there :)

Hannah (Culture Connoisseur)
10 November 2011 - 22:52

This place is so beautiful and picturesque it almost looks fake. Lovely pictures!!

Kayla @ Exquisite Banana
11 November 2011 - 04:08

Obviously, I automatically LOVE this town because of its name. And how picturesque! Glad to hear you’re doing well…I’ve missed you.

Susan
12 November 2011 - 14:11

It is really adorable!!

Brandi {not your average ordinary}
14 November 2011 - 03:40

Eva, Poole is absolutely gorgeous. I’m so daydreaming about wandering down those streets, thinking up endings to all the stories I’m working on.





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