The Best Coffee Shops in Bath, UK

This is a guest post from Penelope of The Flyaway Girl 

I consider myself to have a pretty intimate knowledge of the best coffee shops in Bath, UK. Why? Because I have lived there (on and off) since 2013 and have a minor major obsession with coffee. (It’s pretty clear the Two Drifters love coffee, too!) So here is my round-up of my favourite coffee shops in the city!

TL;DR If you’re in need of a Bath coffee fix NOWWWW, scroll to the bottom for a mini round-up of the best coffee shops in Bath

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I Cannae Understand: Navigating Scottish English During My Master’s Abroad

I was sitting on one of the squishy plastic chairs in the university health centre, discussing my sore throat symptoms with the doctor. Even as an international student, I was blessed with an NHS membership, which meant I was taking every advantage of that free British healthcare. She wrote the prescription, tore the sheet from …

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