Travel Guides

+ Glastonbury

If you haven’t been to this festival yet I urge you to buy some tickets for next year’s. Despite sleeping in a waterlogged tent (due to a combination of a cheap tent and one night of intense rain!), each morning I woke up eager to explore as much of the festival as possible. Camped out in the furthest away field, Dragon’s Field, our nights could be spent chilling out at Stone Circle surrounded by an array of people crouching around the stones and various bonfires and lit candles.

Funnily enough, my favourite photos aren’t of the bands that I went to see, but of the Worthy Farm Site itself. Below is a selection of my favourite snaps.

An attempt to eradicate the puddles of mud.

I decided to take a cheeky snap of some men in very basic toilet cubicles!

Aerial view from the tower near the Park Stage.

Decorative rubbish bins and a jeep given a hippy makeover.

Despite my initial apprehension to Jay-Z’s headliner status, seeing him live was one of the most awesome moments of the whole experience. His flawless delivery of a string of tracks has helped him gain an even bigger fanbase… next year though I hope an act along the lines of Radiohead or Björk get signed up for the prestigious Saturday night slot at the Pyramid.