Hello, welcome back to my blog!
This is the final instalment of my France travel diary.
On the third day of France, I went to Mont St Michel. It’s a beautiful town full of tacky souvenirs and lovely cafés!
The architecture is truly stunning. It reminded me of the island from Tangled, little did I know the film based it off the island! How brilliant is that? (my inner Disney fangirl is, well, fangirling).
It was a cloudy day (and windy up at the top) but the views still stunned me! The shape of the land is so beautiful. Also, I never realised until I was up there, that Normandy is so flat.
I’m sorry that the photos are a bit distorted at the side. I think it was due the old camera lense I was using 😊
After having a real good look around the abbey (I learned a lot about the history and architecture, which were my main interests for the trip), I slowly made my way down to the bottom. I’m not materialistic so I didn’t buy any souvenirs: photos and memories are more important. However, I did have a good look around. I probably annoyed lots of shop owners for just browsing 😂. However, the street food caught my eye.
I had a donut because my parents couldn’t tell me not too. Also, an Orangina. It was a goal to drink some in my trip because I had never tried it before! If it wasn’t so expensive, I would bring some home (aka it was really tasty). I can try and create a replica though (lemonade, orange juice with bits, orange cordial?).
The narrow streets definitely gave me Diagon Alley vibes. I’ve visited the Harry Potter studios in London so I know for certain that they give off the same energy!
Thank you for sticking with me through all these travel diaries. Hopefully I’ll be going somewhere different soon 😂
Have a great day 💕