These are some pics from last week when we waited for the ferry at the port in Gokceada to pick us up for hours. Sometimes things get crazy there, especially when there are holidays in Turkey. Anyways, we had a good time, like we always do :D
These pics are from a perfect day of our vacation in Turkey, as we visited a Greek village in the middle of a Turkish island. It was to nice to enjoy the beauty of this old town, it's well kept old houses and churches.
When we went to the square of the village it immediately reminded me of Paris, with it's beautiful coffeehouses with tiny tables - the place truly has an unique atmosphere.
On me is one of my favorite dresses from Stefanel, which is very simple and classic, yet edgy, because of its cropped back. For me the smallest details are always the ones that make a piece/an outfit great and special!
One of those days from last year when there is no wind on the surf spot and we go walking through the island and jumping in the crystal water of the sea. Although I am already enthusiastic about windsurfing after 5 years, I have to say that those days of exploring new places, climbing rocks, finding hidden pieces of heaven and jumping in the water are one of my favorites!
Some not uploaded birthday photos from my birthday spent in Paris during my exchange semester. My love came to visit me and we had a wonderful time together. This place became one of my favorite places in Paris while I was there - the terrace of the center of contemporary art George Pompidou in the 4th district le Marais.
The historic and long aristocratic Parisian district, it is now a home of the artsy and fashionable Parisians and hosts countless art galleries, small designer shops and restaurants. It also became my go-to place for seeking vintage finds :)
These are just some impressions from the island, all the photos are from the iPhone, as we don't bring the camera with us most of the time. Once we got off the but on the port, while waiting for the ferry, I ordered a turkish coffee. It coffee is not one of my favorite things in Turkey but I enjoy having one once in a while. Most of the times I just don't know when I'm supposed to stop drinking, in order not to eat the leftover coffee on the bottom of the cup :D
I have to say that the ice cream is to die for, especially the mulberry one and the one that has a texture like a chewing gym :D