Today V and I headed down to Berry, on the south coast, for a nice, relaxing day of eating and browsing the cute little shops...
The scenery down this way is all so gorgeous - so green and pastoral
♥ Sportsgirl cotton minidress
♥ Supre woolen cardigan
♥ Country road wooly tights and cable knit scarf
♥ Rivers boots
♥ Sportsgirl bag
♥ Oroton sunglasses
We kicked off with brunch at one of our favourite cafes of all time - the Berry Sourdough Bakery & Cafe (be warned! of a weekend you are well advised to book a table or face a looong wait)
We arrived at 11:30am, only to find that breakfast had JUST finished - bummer!
Whilst the lunch menu is amazing, neither of us felt like lunch - we wanted brunch!
Cappuccinos whilst browsing the menu...
We eventually both decided on the bread-and-butter pudding, topped with thickened cream and cinnamon poached pears. This was an amazingly yummy breakfast (ahem dessert) - light and delicious, yet very satisfying!
Meet au lait - the world's most ginourmous coffee!
Yes, it really was this big!
Nom nom nom - I could have taken a dip in it! My kind of coffee
Nails are OPI Mrs O'Leary's BBQ
There were maple leaves everywhere today, a million different shades of red and gold - I ended up bringing a bunch of them home, there were so beautiful
Stopped and patted the horses...
Much to our surprise, we soon realised there was a Celtic festival on in Berry this weekend - awesome! I know its not very trendy, but I love those sorts of things!
We ate some yummy fresh-baked, still-warm Irish soda bread, slathered with local butter (and bought a loaf to bring home!)
We found a Scottie dog! So cute!
She was a bit camera-shy...
And of course there were Scottish marching bands (gotta love a man in a skirt)
As we were driving out of Berry, we passed a row of gorgeous maple trees, all afire with autumn leaves - and I had to get out and play!