After our lunch at Kouklia Village we headed for Aphrodite Hills Resort. This place is huge and has tons of beautiful properties for sale and rent. One of the houses had a Libra sign on it, so I took photos of mum and Annnie in front of it since they are both libras. We also noticed a church on the way and stopped by to take some more photos. The church dates back to the 12th century. After our little tour of the Aphrodite Hills Resort, we enjoyed drinks on the sunset terrace upstairs. I ordered tea for my sore throat, which helped a bit. Our last stop of the day trip was stopping by Aphrodite’s Rocks at sunset to touch the rocks and make a wish. I found a couple of photos of Aphrodite’s Rocks from our earlier pass by stop that were in my camera so I’m adding those below. The sunset later was crazy cool. I made a video of it which is also below. VIDEO: Aphrodite’s Rocks VIDEO: Aphrodite’s Rocks VIDEO: Aphrodite’s Rocks Sunset Previous Posts: Day 1 – Night …
View of Dom Luís I Bridge in Porto, Portugal
In 2008, I spent Spring Break camping in Florida and I loved it so much that I returned back the next year during summer. I drove down to Florida with my boyfriend at the time all the way from Ohio. If you love beautiful beaches you have to visit the Clearwater Beach area. This is the website I used at the time: http://www.visitstpeteclearwater.com and it’s still my favorite website for this area. One place that’s not highlighted on the map is Fort de Soto park which should definitely be on your list. We stayed at the Madeira Beach KOA and rented a wooden lodge cabin. The campsite has a really great selection of all sorts of beautiful cabin lodges to choose from. There’s a nice swimming pool open all year round as well as a hot tub. We rented bikes and cycled the Pinellas Trail which can be reached directly from the campground. We kayaked the Long Bayou by the campground. They organize fun outdoor movie nights as well as other social events which ae a lot of fun. Since we had the car with us, we got …
A Portuguese Heart Location: Jardim do Morro, Vila Nova de Gaia
View from my room this afternoon – Milan, Italy
I have just joined Tumblr and you can follow me here: Hundred Days of Sunshine So far I’m posting different things on that account as I find Tumblr more fun and casual. Location: Stein am Rhein, Switzerland I just came across a great little Tumblr account that’s perfect for those who love charming little off the beaten path kind of places. Here’s the account link: Great Little Places You can use their blog for you own travel inspirations. They post photos daily and you can submit your own photo to them.
Don’t be afraid to get a little dirty, and to get a little lost. Sometimes you need to be lost, in order to find yourself. Your mind needs a break to be able to think clearly and see the bigger picture. Go ahead, I dare you! Just make sure you take some sort of decent map with you. Happy Hunting! 🙂
Some of you have asked me what to do & see in Vegas. I would definitely put the Bellagio Conservatory on your list. The photos above are from my 1st trip to Vegas which was during Labor Day Weekend. The slideshow bellow was from my last trip to Vegas back in February 2012 right after the Chinese New Year. I probably have more photos of the Conservatory from another Vegas trip, but my Vegas photos are organized the Hangover way. The entrance is free & the conservatory is located inside the beautiful & elegant Bellagio hotel. Here is a schedule of Themes for this year at the Conservatory: Chinese New Year Jan 9 – Mar 1 Spring Celebration March 20 – May 11 Summer Garden May 15 – Sept 7 Autumn Harvest Sept 18 – Nov 30 Winter Holiday Dec 4 – Jan 8, 2016