It was early evening when we arrived at the town of Glastonbury. It was still baking hot. We'd actually spent all day walking around the massive Shepton Flea Market, so the last thing I planned on doing was to walk up a steep hill. Somehow my husband cajoled me into walking up Glastonbury Tor, a hill that affords amazing views over the flat country it rises from. I complained quite a bit - it is not an easy climb in the heat. It was worth it though!
The tower on top of the tor is all that remains of St Michael's Church, built in the 1300s. The tower has been rebuilt extensively since then. It's a site of religious significance still, including for Pagans and those worshipping Goddesses. Our fellow tourists carried crystals on sticks, and carried out sage-burning, drum-beating and yoga headstands. I was content to rest in the shade and admire the views. A film crew was there also, filming a documentary for the Discovery Channel.
Primark trousers, Clarks sandals, vintage bag, jewellery, scarf, blouse and hat.
That's not my dog!
I am actually surprised with how these photos came out, as I was a hot and sticky mess. Not too noticeable I hope! Have you been taking any sightseeing trips so far this summer?
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