The Ocean, Travel, Nature, Personal Transformation, Poetry, All things colourful, The blessing of life. I find my deepest well of inspiration simply in the process of creating something out of nothing.
Believe it or not I had this typed and ready to post on Sunday.. Let fate have it that I ran out of internet and its now Tuesday haha. Also, we thought the guests were arriving on Thursday and there’s Ellen and I lapping up the sun, tanning, swimming, overindulging, only to find out on Sunday they actually arrive tonight. TUESDAY.
Someone who possess a gypsy soul is a person always in need of change and or adventure. A gypsy soul seeks ‘the next best thing’ in any life situation. They can be very passionate and often inspired by different ideas, attitudes and experiences. Their sense of identity isn’t always sure what they want out of life but they are determined to find it.
Good Afternoon babes! First let me start by saying a HUGE happy birthday to Ellen! The one who keeps my blog interesting, who has given me a lifetime opportunity, who makes me laugh, and gives so much love. Ellen, Happy 24th Birthday! I’m so happy to be on this journey, and I couldn’t think of anyone I’d rather see every single day!.
Sipping coconut water under the Turkish sun, looking into water so clear it has no distortion, playing backgammon listening to sweet soulful tunes...
Under the glistening sun we layed, Watching as the crowds danced and played, Hearing in the distance noise and cheer, Times like these are a favourite my dear.
The Lycian empire. Ruins that are fragmentary and widely scattered amidst the thick greenery of wild grapevines, bay trees, wild figs and pines. All just a stones throw away from from one of the most beautiful beaches which runs a freshwater stream through the rocky gorge. It was such a surreal feeling discovering the mysterious site while walking through overgrown fauna. Nowadays you see ruins to be so artificially preserved that some of the magic of their age disappears. Not here though. Not in Olympos.