TODAY MORE THAN ANY DAY I FEEL LIKE I COULD LIVE LIKE A TOURIST

TODAY MORE THAN ANY DAY I FEEL LIKE I COULD LIVE LIKE A TOURIST
TODAY MORE THAN ANY DAY I FEEL LIKE I COULD LIVE LIKE A TOURIST



TODAY MORE THAN ANY DAY I FEEL LIKE I COULD LIVE LIKE A TOURIST
TODAY MORE THAN ANY DAY I FEEL LIKE I COULD LIVE LIKE A TOURIST
TODAY MORE THAN ANY DAY I FEEL LIKE I COULD LIVE LIKE A TOURIST
TODAY MORE THAN ANY DAY I FEEL LIKE I COULD LIVE LIKE A TOURIST
TODAY MORE THAN ANY DAY I FEEL LIKE I COULD LIVE LIKE A TOURIST
TODAY MORE THAN ANY DAY I FEEL LIKE I COULD LIVE LIKE A TOURIST
TODAY MORE THAN ANY DAY I FEEL LIKE I COULD LIVE LIKE A TOURIST










































































































































































Here's another chapter of our recent trip to Exeter, a fabulous big city easily satisfying everybody - from a shopping lover to history admirer as ancient buildings are spread across town, kneel in gardens, occupy parks. I love acting like tourist and walk about town slowly, looking up and observing everyone else running around like crazy. Then I'm back to my own town becoming just the same...

Exeter is full of old properties, if you look closely it won't escape your notice how one of the houses I'm posing in front of will soon tumble down at the first stronger wind blow if not my gentle push. I'm surprised it hasn't been wrapped in warning signs against entering a dangerous area therefore 'just in case' I walked across the street to have my photo taken. ;) After a crowded experience we headed down to calmer parts of the town and lounged on the river banks watching the aquatic world soaking up the sun.

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