Wednesday, 29 July 2015
Monday, 27 July 2015
And it's time for another video guys! *pats herself on the back*
In this one, I've managed to put together seven different outfits from my holiday in Formentera, a very beautiful island in Spain.
Hope you'll like it, don't forget to let me know what your favourite look is in the comments!
Friday, 17 July 2015
I know summer is meant to be a great season for blogging: new photos from travels to share, new places to shoot, new cafés discoveries and a lot of excitement going on. And I'm not going to deny that this is basically my holiday plan for this year.
However, blogging takes time, wifi and a good laptop available. Probably the wifi is the one I am usually able to get, but I'm not the one who brings her laptop everywhere for two reasons: I need space in my suitcase and time to post, which I don't actually have when I'm having my best time wuth my friends.
So I thought I would sum up my last few days in this post, gathering some pics from my Instagram (which, by the way, you should follow if you don't want to miss any update) and some other random ones.
1. Just arrived in Dublin with my best friend.
2. New friends I made in Dublin.
3. First time to Nando's
4. Met one of my fave Italian youtubers and had a lovely chat.
5. Formentera's seaside.
6. Amazing Spanish breakfasts (happy diet everyone!).
7. Sunset at the Beach.
8. Gorgeous breakfast in Madrid.
9. Incredible palace in Madrid.
I'm sorry if it is just a quick post, hope you've liked a quick recap of my last month!
Happy Holidays everyone!
Thursday, 9 July 2015
In my last post, I promised to come back with another part of my Photo Diary, so here I am.
These pictures are probably my favourites, since they portray Ireland in her most essential way, but still so beautiful.
I could stay looking at these photos forever.
Monday, 6 July 2015
So… As you might have noticed, I haven't been online a lot during the last few days. And that's because I've been in Dublin for two weeks. Probably the funniest weeks of my life.
I went there to improve my English skills again, as I did last year in Cambridge, but at the same time I've met loads of nice people from all over Italy who made this trip literally amazing. Plus, the family there was super lovely! I'm so grateful for having been given this incredible experience.
This time though, I had my good ol' camera with me, which means that I've taken plenty of good pictures, but since they're too many I thought I would split this Photo Diary in two parts.
Hope you'll like have a little peek into my journey.