England via IPhone

Being me, I always like to boast about how quickly I can overcome the obstacle called jet lag because I am, in fact, an international globetrotting prodigy. Oh, six hour time difference? That shit is easy as pie. Look at me sleep through a solid amount of REM cycles.

I am here to tell you that all of what I just said is a lie. (Surprise?). The unfortunate (and humbling) reality is that I’ve been up since 5:30 this morning and it’s now 7. I’ve been here going on five days and this madness is still going on. Help.

I haven’t uploaded any of the pictures from my camera yet, so I thought I’d do a little trip catch via my iPhone. I just got the 5s and let me act as ambassador and tell you how incredible the camera is. It’s making my instagram look like I know what I’m doing.

| OUNDLE AND STAMFORD PHOTO CATCH UP 

Mixing patterns on travel day | Sweater: Madewell, Scarf: Belk, Jeans: BDG, Shoes: Cynthia by Cynthia Rowley

Mixing patterns on travel day | Sweater: Madewell, Scarf: Belk, Jeans: BDG, Shoes: Cynthia by Cynthia Rowley

Airplane Reading | Man Repeller by Leandra Medine (check out her blog at manrepeller.com because it is everything)

Airplane Reading | Man Repeller by Leandra Medine (check out her blog at manrepeller.com because it is everything)

Arrivals | LZ and I upon getting to London

Arrivals | LZ and I upon getting to London

First coffee in Oundle | went to a quaint shoppe called Smiths No. 4 when I got to town. Had a cappucino and finally could believe I was back in Europe.

First coffee in Oundle | went to a quaint shoppe called Smiths No. 4 when I got to town. Had a cappucino and finally could believe I was back in Europe.

Oundle, England | Also known as the most quintessentially English place that exists (I think)

Oundle, England | Also known as the most quintessentially English place that exists (I think)

2014 | Ringing in the new year at a pub in town called The Ship

2014 | Ringing in the new year at a pub in town called The Ship

Burghley House | The day we explored a town called Stamford

Burghley House | The day we explored a town called Stamford

Reflections | Stamford, again

Reflections | Stamford, again

Tea Time | Earl Grey every second of every day with a spot of milk and a biscuit. This was during lunch at the George Hotel in Stamford

Tea Time | Earl Grey every second of every day with a spot of milk and a biscuit. This was during lunch at the George Hotel in Stamford

Tulips | because the blog shot was neccessary

Tulips | because the blog shot was neccessary

We’re boarding a train to London in a few hours for a day of site seeing and exploring. I’ll be there for the next couple of days, but if you live vicariously through 3×3 pictures you can follow me on Instagram and Twitter (if you can handle any more sass)

Talk to you all soon!

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