I am writting this from Casablanca! I arrived today during the afternoon and have already been to one of the local souks and I have also enjoyed a delicious morrocan dinner. But more on that later... So, what did I pack for this trip? I actually had to be cautious because of the locals. Although it's summer and much warmer than we expected, shorts and tops with cleavage can draw unnecessary attention, so stay away from those! I brought only a carry on and a backpack, keeping things simple!
Just an overview: everything neatly packed in small canvas bags. Medicines is something I always pack, specially when traveling to a country that can make you sick just by drinking tap water!
I had to bring a piece of clothing suitable for a fancy evening, in case we go out for dinner. The rest though, is pretty normal: light fabric tshirts and tops, a denim skirt and a pair of harem pants. Given that we may go to the beach, I also packed a pair of denim shorts. Although showing your legs can draw …
One of the best tattoes I've seen lately. Latest manicure experiment. WANT!! NEED!! And I'd say that lipstick is Heroine!! Just a few random images that inspire me and make me smile. Because all help is needed to bright up a monday, right? ;)
This has been one hectic summer. Between summer festivals, working all month of July and a trip to France, I thought I was going to have a calm August. But I have barely been calm, going away for the weekend, celebrating my birthday, going away for another weekend... And before the month ends, there still time for another adventure: next week I'm off to Casablanca! 5 days in Morocco, just quality girl time!
If you have any tips or want to share places we should visit, don't be shy! Leave a comment! I'd love to hear your ideas and opinions!
As I opened Blogger to start typing, I noticed how long it's been since I posted anything. It's been too long but the last weeks and weekends have been so busy, there was no time left to edit and/or write. From July 27th to the 3rd of August I was travelling/working in the south of France. It was a very tiring week, a lot of things to attend to to make sure the Concerto Moderno (string orchestra) tour went well. And it did. When you work with great individuals, things always turn out great! I had the oportunity to visit Avignon, Uzès, Pont du Gard, Aix-en-Provence, Arles, Cannes, St.Paul de Vence and St.Raphaél. St.Paul de Vence was by far my favourite place: a small town inside its medieval walls, and in every street you'd find an art gallery. Here are some pictures of the places and people that shared these beautiful moments with me.
Frigolet's Abbey was also a place made of dreams. Every inch of its was and ceilings was painted and decorated. Blues, reds, greens, relig…