If we’re friends on social media you may know that this comes to you in place of a Prague travel post. Unfortunately, a series of unfortunate events en route to the airport led to us missing our flight. After some angry words and hours on the phone, we sat in the car determined not to waste our week. There were very few flights available and the limited last-minute options decided on the Eurostar to Paris for us.
I’ve not visited many spa’s and quite frankly, it’s because I’ve gotten lazy. With one like Aqua Sana on my doorstep I’ve never felt the need to look much further afield. Last year I briefly covered our experience at Aqua Sana whilst recommending a new year spa stay but our second experience of their Luxury Break definitely warrants more detailed coverage.
I fell in love with the water at a very early age. At nine years old we visited Seaworld (before all of their bad press) and discovering the marine life there almost rivalled being at Magic Kingdom and meeting the Princesses themselves. Since then I’ve been on several holidays near to a Sea or Ocean and have taken every opportunity to be out on or in the water as much as possible. With the clocks having recently gone back an hour and the British weather becoming more and more gloomy, I’ve been feeling a strong urge to pack up and travel anywhere warm.
Ever since September last year, I’ve been wishing away the cold weather. I’ve been dreaming of the comfortable warmth that we all love, which Spring tends to re-introduce us to. February’s Pink Trucker Jacket purchase encouraged me to dress for Spring far earlier than is typical. Now that its April and I’ve traveled to slightly warmer climates, I’m so happy that I’ve been able to provide my wardrobe with a few new additions. I love creating look books and travel ones in particular, so I knew that as I headed off to Greece I’d love to share my wardrobe. Here’s a look book that’s suitable for Spring, Summer and any holidays to warmer climates! Welcome to the beginning of the better weather, I can’t wait!
I love to travel and to holiday. This Saturday I’m venturing off on my first of 2018, a short stay in Halkidiki, Greece. Although I’m one of those strange people who quite enjoys packing and is ready to go nearly weeks in advance, I do struggle when it comes to selecting what beauty products to take with me. When I’m at home I like having six different foundations to choose from based on how my skin looks that day. My shower hosts a variety of gels because I like to change it up, but apparently packing a variety of every product for a five-day trip is unnecessary.
I recently returned from a trip to Mallorca which you can read a little more about in my September Favourites. I wanted to share with you the fashion that I took along with me.
At the same time of this post going live, I’ll be in the sky on the way to Mallorca. Here are the beauty products that were at the top of my list and my essentials for travel.
My second short haul trip of the year is only a week away. Its definitely time for me to learn from the mistakes of my previous trip and get myself prepared. One of the biggest downers to travel can be lost luggage, I know this because BA decided not to bother packing mine on the same flight as me homebound from Rome. Luckily it was the return journey so it was a slight inconvenience (we weren’t reunited with our belongings for more than a week) rather than a total mess up. Regardless, I’ve learnt from my mistakes and am getting prepared with my carry on luggage this time around. I’m a huge fan of list making and I’ve created five categories of things that I need to pack in my carry on.