As seen here:
Absolutely gorgeous photo, as seen here:
I hope to see something like this in Africa some day. I am somehow really into Africa right now; I really want to travel there.
Gnocchi (pasta made from potatoes) is one of my favourite things to eat - but only when done well. After eating these absolutely divine gnocchi in Trieste, Italy, I decided that I will never eat them outside Italy again; it's simply not worth it because I am pretty much always dissapointed.
This is the lovely fashion blogger Hanneli Mustaparta, as seen in the Jak & Jil fashion blog (which always has the most amazing, very high quality photos). Hanneli is Norwegian in spite of her very Finnish name.
Nowadays, I too often accessorize with a big camera. I'm not yet at the stage where I would carry two.
As seen here:
It seems that it's highly fashionable to wear jeans that are completely destroyed. Good to know. As seen in the excellent fashion blog by Columbine Smille, here:
The bathroom of the bar in the previous post. I really appreciate when a bar or restaurant makes an effort to create a harmonious atmosphere. They do this very well in Asia and this reminds me of the bathrooms of five star hotels in India or China. You don't know what luxury means until you've been to one of those.
I tried scallops for the first time in Rovinj: they were pretty good, eventhough they looked nothing like the ones they cook in Hell's Kitchen. I am a big Gordon Ramsay fan and I hope to someday taste them in one of his restaurants.
I haven't posted other people's photos in a while since I have so many new ones of my own, but I had to re-post this: amazing! I love everything about this photo (check out that floor!) and I really LOVE the shoes. They are by Jean-Michel Cazabat.
As seen in one of my ab fave fashion blogs: Sea of Shoes, here:
The pool area of the Eden hotel: as the name implies, it really is paradise. It's the first time I've seen a pool area that is surrounded by so many trees. We did not stay at the hotel, we just used their pool. We heard that they don't really mind unless it's really crowded.