6. Visitar la pagoda de Thien Mu.
7. Un baño en la piscina del hotel Pilgrimage Village.
8. Disfrutar de la animada ciudad de Hué por la noche.
9. Impregnarse del olor a incienso.
10. Probar sus pasteles de arroz.
1. On boat around Perfume River.
2. Lost in the imperial tomb of Tu Duc.
3. The silence of the citadel.
4. Playing jenga at Le’s Garden Bar.
5. Buy in narrow aisles Dong Ba market.
6. Visit the Thien Mu Pagoda.
7. A swim in the pool of Pilgrimage Village hotel.
8. Enjoy the vibrant city of Hue at night.
9. Absorb the smell of incense.
10. Test rice cakes.
En el post de hoy el vestido amarillo sigue siendo protagonista, pero acompañado de una mochila blanca, ideal para llevar a cualquier viaje, y las gafas de sol de Céline, que podéis encontrar en Alain Afflelou Parque de Ferrol. ¡Espero que os guste! ¡Besos y muchísimas gracias por vuestras visitas y comentarios!
Today I wearing again the yellow dress, but accompanied by a white backpack, perfect for any trip, and Céline sunnies from Alain Afflelou Parque de Ferrol. I hope you like it! Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments!
1. Drink Larue beer near the river
2. Buy a suit hand made.
3. Walking around the rice fields surrounding the city.
4. Enjoy a walk to the beach across the road of Cua Dai.
5. Eat a Vietnamese barbecue in the Hai Cafe (yes, also carries cilantro).
6. Taking tea at Tan Ky house, the oldest of Hoi An.
7. Getting up at five o’clock to see sunrise over the river.
8. Cool off with dragon fruit.
9. Enjoying the Hoi An night. But, remember, most restaurants close at 22.00!
10. Soak up the smells and tastes of the central market of Hoi An.
I do not know if they were its colors, its people or temperature, but Hoi An conquered me completely. To enjoy the old town I choose this beautiful dress from Free People. The Vietnamese hat, that I bought on at a street stall next to the Japanese bridge of Hoi An, accompanied me throughout my adventure in the country and is one of the best memories of the trip. Hope you like it! Tomorrow I show you my top ten of Hoi An! Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments!
Hoi An was the next stop on our tour of Vietnam and one of my favorites. I think I could stay there forever. In the middle of Vietnam, The Times chosen this city as on of the best city in the world to eat. Hoi An welcome us with more than 30 degrees and I could wear my gladiator sandals and this lovely tunic dress from Zara. The light at six o’clock is amazing, with palm trees reflecting in the river water. Hope you like it! Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments! I leave the links on Facebook and Bloglovin in case you want to follow me!
La segunda etapa de nuestro viaje a Vietnam pasamos la noche en la bahía de Ha-Long, a bordo del crucero Emeraude. La bahía de Ha-Long es Patrimonio de la Humanidad y, la verdad, aunque la niebla empañó parte del espectáculo, no se puede describir ni con palabras ni con imágenes la maravilla natural que atesora. Para mi viaje elegí un look marinero, con este precioso jersey de Zara, la falda de ante con botones de Mango y las gafas de sol de Céline. ¡Espero que os guste! ¡Besos y muchísimas gracias por vuestras visitas y comentarios! ¡Os dejo los enlaces de Facebook y Bloglovin por si os apetece seguirme!
For the second leg of our Vietnam trip we visited Halong Bay aboard the Emeraude cruise. The Ha-Long Bay is a World Heritage Site and, really, even the fog clouded part of the show, I can not describe in words or images this amazing place. For my trip I chose a navy look, with this lovely Zara sweater, suede skirt with buttons from Mango and Céline sunglasses. Hope you like it! Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments! I leave the links on Facebook and Bloglovin in case you want to follow me!
1. La increíble experiencia de cruzar una calle sin sufrir un solo rasguño.
2. Tomar una bia sobre un taburete de plástico en el Barrio Antiguo.
3. Contemplar el puente rojo del lago Hoan Kiem a la luz de la luna.
4. Compartir mesa con desconocidos probando el café vietnamita en Cong Caphe, a los pies de la catedral de St. Joseph.
5. Una cena vietnamita en el muy francés restaurante Ly Club al son de la flauta travesera.
6. Viajar en carricoche.
7. Visitar el mausoleo de Ho Chi Minh.
8. Probar comida callejera.
9. Sentirse millonaria por un instante al cambiar 60 euros: 1,3 millones de dongs.
10. Ir seis horas por delante del resto del mundo ;))
1. The incredible experience of crossing a street without suffering a scratch.
2. Take a bia sitting on a plastic stool in the Old Quarter.
3. Enjoying the moon from the red bridge of Hoan Kiem.
4. Share table with strangers while you drink vietnamese coffee at Caphe Cong, next to cathedral of St. Joseph.
5. A Vietnamese dinner at the French restaurant Ly Club to the sound of the flute.
6. Travelling riding a bike.
7. Visit the mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh.
8. Buy street food.
9. Feel millionaire for a moment to change 60 euros in Vietnamese currency: 1.3 million VND.
10. Go six hours ahead of the rest of the world ;))
OMG, the holidays ended very fast! The last days in Rhodes we visited the south of the island and enjoyed the breakfast and the beach at the spectacular Al Mare Villas, our second hotel in Greece. We gone to St. Pauls bay, where almost daily weddings take place (it would be perfect for me, hehe) and return to Lindos to test Virgin Mary cocktail at Captains House, real good! In the pics I wore this top from Zara, combined with denim shorts and Birkenstock sandals that you see in other posts here or here. Hope you like it! Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments! You can see more photos on Instagram!
In my last day in Munich I visited Glockenbachviertel and Gärtnerplatzviertel, full of small boutiques and trendy cafes. I also went to the subway station of Westfriedhof. I decided to wear a total black, with this open back top, suitable for day and night. In the next chapter I will show you my days at Rhodes island, Greece, with new looks. Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments! You can see more pictures on Instagram!
I will never forget the visit to the Olympic Park in Munich, the stadium for the Olympic Games of 1972. I chose this tunic dress from Zara for this day, comfortable and cool, perfect for carrying in your suitcase, and the tomboy shoes. Hope you like it! Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments!
The second day in Munich was very intense. We walked around the historic center, we rise up to St. Peterskirche and crossed the English Garden where we saw a show of amazing surf. Just in the morning, we visited the University, full of beautiful buildings and a bar, the Cafe An Der Uni, where you have to eat their great burgers. Earlier in the center of the gardens we chilled with a wonderful Munich beer in the shade of the Chinese tower. I repeated the perfecto jacket, this time combined with honey culottes and sandals. I tell you the plan of the evening in the next chapter. Don’t miss more pics on Instagram! Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments!
Munich was my first stop of the summer. I liked its historic center, including the Marienplatz, Viktualienmarkt, the beer and the food from places like Hofbräuhaus. I spent my first day in the Bavarian capital through the streets surrounding the Maximilianstrasse, full of luxury stores and sports cars. I wore my new Mickey Mouse T-Shirt from Mango, the Adidas Stan Smith and Asos backpack, that I used on my adventure in Beijing and Shanghai. Hope you like, and follow me along this journey. On Instagram you can see more photos! Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments! I wait on Bloglovin!
I could not leave Beijing without visiting the hutong. Walking through these streets is like taking a trip back in time. I went into Nanluogu Xiang hutong armed with a long dress from Zara and black sandals similar to Birkenstock ones. This morning walk is one of the best memories I take from this huge city, hard and welcoming at the same time. I caught a fast train to my next destination: the wonderful Shanghai! I hope you accompany me in the next post! Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments!
It is true that you have to climb the Great Wall at least once in life. The journey to it is a permanent traffic jam, but so worth it. The views from the heights are indescribable! After visiting the monument we approach to the Summer Palace, a show with its temples, its lake and cherry blossom. I love how in China, and also lived in Japan, people take care about nature. To this day I wore my new transparent t-shirt, leather pants from Mango and Zara slip on. At night , we had dinner at Houhai, a must on any trip to the city. Hope you like the post ! Next stop: the spectacular hutongs of Beijing. Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments! I wait for you on Bloglovin!
Llegamos a Pekín vía Estambul en un viaje un poco agotador, pero valió la pena, y mucho! El primer día visitamos un mercado cerca de la plaza de Tiananmen y la Ciudad Prohibida. Había retratos de Mao Zedong, templos y muchos muchos chinos por todas partes. Normal, jajaja, ya no estábamos en A Coruña. Pekín es una ciudad inmensa, imposible de recorrer a pie, pero hicimos un pequeño esfuerzo por usar lo mínimo el transporte colectivo, aunque el taxi es baratísimo. Está claro que en China no hay carné por puntos: el tráfico es un caos! Pero una vez que se bajan del coche, los pekineses son muy acogedores (les encanta hacerse fotos con occidentales), casi tanto como los shaighaneses, aunque hay costumbres, como comer murciélagos o escorpiones, un poco difíciles de entender para quienes nos criamos comiendo patatas o pulpo. No me pareció que el aire estuviese tan contaminado como cuentan en las noticias, aunque las mascarillas son un complemento más para muchos pekineses. El look que veis en algunas fotos está formado por unos vaqueros rotos y unas slip on, ambos de Zara, y una mochila de Asos que me acompañó durante todo el viaje. ¡El viernes os sigo contando mi pequeña aventura asiática! ¡Besos y muchísimas gracias por vuestras visitas y comentarios! ¡Os espero en Bloglovin!
We arrived in Beijing via Istanbul on a trip a bit tiring, but worth it a lot! The first day we visited a market near Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City . There were portraits of Mao Zedong, and many many Chinese temples everywhere. Beijing is a big big city and the traffic is a mess! But once you get off the car, Beijingers are very welcoming! I did not think the air were so polluted as told in the news, although the masks are a complement to Beijingers. The look you see in some photos is formed by ripped jeans and a slip on, both from Zara, and Asos backpack that accompanied me throughout the journey. You could read more about my little Asian adventure on Friday! Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments! I wait for you on Bloglovin!
I leave here a post that comes with a little delay. I did it on purpose because I refused to say goodbye to summer. But winter is coming! Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments! I wait for you on Bloglovin and Facebook!
We had approached the center of Ciutadella for a photo shoot when I found a store that sold Kling clothes and accessories. It isn’t a Prada, but the bag you see in the picture made me laugh. Hope you like the result! Enjoy the Saturday! Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments! See you on Bloglovin!
If you like graffiti, you’ll like Antwerp! There are a lot of painted walls! We take some pictures with this look in front of some of them. What do you think? Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments! I wait for you on Bloglovin!
Today I show you a very special door: the flagship store of Dries Van Noten, in Antwerp. The Belgian designer, who yesterday presented his new collection at the Paris fashion week, is part of the “The Antwerp Six“, a group of young designers who, after finishing his studies at the fashion school of Antwerp, revolutionized London with his designs in the late eighties. The relationship of Antwerp (or Anterwpen) with fashion is no an accident. It is considered the Belgian capital of fashion and here is where the big designers test their collections before releasing to the market. The Fashion District stole part of my visit to Antwerp, but the Flemish city is also the city of Rubens. Here I let you with some of the pictures from my trip. Hope you like it! Thank you for your visits and comments! I leave the link if you want to follow me on Bloglovin!
I usually prepare my own travels, looking for hotels and destinations. In Ghent we stayed at the Onderbergen hotel. This pictures were taken there. For the occasion, I wear black shorts and crop top the same color from Zara and Nike sneakers. Hope you like it! Kisses and thank you for your visits and comments! I leave the link if you want to folllow me by Bloglovin!
Today I show you some of the pictures to my last trip around Belgium. Before arrive to Spa, we visited Ghent, a fantastic city crossed by a canal, with beautiful corners, good local restaurants to eat and to have fun. It has been declared by UNESCO city of music, and anywhere you can find people demonstrating why. It was too hot, so I wore denim shorts and a mustard t-shirt. Hope you like it! Kisses and many thanks for your visits and comments! I leave the link in case you want to follow me on Bloglovin!
Good morning! Today I want to share with you one of the highlights of the summer: my first Formula 1 race live at the Belgian circuit of Spa Francorchamps. This was the a perfect excuse for visit some places of Belgium and Netherlands too, like Antwerp, Ghent, Waterloo or Slenaken. To go to the circuit necessarily had to choose a comfortable look, and be careful with the selection of shoes, because even though we were in August in Spa can rain at any time. That allowed me to combine shorts with boots, a cocktail that I love! Well, here I am, happy as a partridge, and giving luck to Fernando Alonso, who finished second in this race, his best position at Spa since 2005, the year he won his first World Cup. Kisses and thanks for your visits and comments. Now I’m going to watch the race in Monza, this time on TV 🙂 Follow me in Bloglovin!
Buenos días a todos!!! Me gustaría que me acompañaseis en un repaso por mis vacaciones, que me llevaron de Ámsterdam a Menorca, con una parada muy ruidosa en el circuito de Spa para ver la Fórmula 1. En la isla el tiempo fue espléndido y pude disfrutar del mar y de la piscina, de paseos por lugares maravillosos y llenos de encanto y de su gastronomía. Aquí os dejo mi primera entrega. Espero que os guste! Besooooos!
Good morning! Today I show you some of the pics of my last trip, from Amsterdam to Menorca, with a stop at the F1 circuit of Spa! On the island of Menorca the weather was splendid and I could spend some time in the water, at sea and in the pool, walking and enjoying their food. Here you have my first delivery. Hope you like it! Kisses!