Monday, 13 June 2016

Painting The Mountains Red

Dress~ H&M/ Bag~Vintage
Hey there June bugs!

So, I have been to Turkey...again, for the third time this year. It really is starting to feel like a second home. This time I have been up in the mountains in Ovacik, at a beautiful hotel named Sahra Su. I would really recommend it, as you have the best of both worlds. Whether you enjoy being amongst the other Brits, laughing away and sunning yourself by the pool; or if you are more like me and enjoy the quieter side, there are plenty of traditional and cultural Turkish villages and magical paths to walk down.
This bright burnt orange/ red dress from H&M really was a god send in that heat. You can probably see from the pictures what a clammy, pale tourist I was. But, nevertheless I had another wonderful time trapsing through the mountains, spotting lizards and turtles and of course gorging myself on the heavenly food. I came back a few days ago with a cheeky tan and a very full belly!

It has been quite hard to adjust and settle back into the busy, rainy race of everyday London life and I am really looking into saving a bit and just running off to a beautiful country to live my days out at the market and the beach; well, one can dream anyway :)


I hope you have all enjoyed the first few weeks of official summer and have lots to look forward to in the coming season.

Lots of love,

6 comments:

  1. I love your dress. I am glad you had a good holiday - Turkey looks a great place away from the tourist hotspots

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    1. Thank you so much, it is a lovely place xx

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    2. Thank you so much, it is a lovely place xx

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  2. Turkey looks so lovely! I especially like the first three pictures in this post, where you can see the little town tucked in the valley. Your dress is perfect against that backdrop--I love that color!

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    1. Awww thank you, I love the little villages too xx

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    2. Awww thank you, I love the little villages too xx

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