I woke up to a beautiful sunny day with the most magical spring feel in the air. I put on my pink slip dress and ballet pumps and headed off to Uplands Market. Its a cute little market up the road from where I live. The smell of fresh bread and sponge cakes filled the air, it was very busy and it seemed to be quite a wealthy area other than in the City Centre. I heard there was a Vintage stall from Waxy Bramble there so I went to have a nose around. It was located outside of Noah's Yard, I have heard of this place before but never actually been there. I wandered inside and a lovely Gentlemen who I've previously worked with along side Justin Harris, a professional photographer of Swansea, kindly gave me a cup of tea and a plate of cookies. He showed me around the beautiful building. It was the most interesting and unique cafe I have visited whilst living here. It was dimly lit with vintage lampshades which created this mysterious and magical atmosphere. Antique pieces were carefully selected and fitted well with the quirky theme, such as type writers, a jesus statue, old vintage magazines and posters. I was invited to go upstairs and take a look at the event room, where there were more antique pieces. This place was like a dream come true and very different from what you would usually expect from a Welsh Seaside town.