Midsummer in pictures

As I already mentioned in my previous article, I took a mini vacation right when the Midsummer feast started, which meant that I had four sunny, hot and just amazing days off. I spent the Midsummer holidays at my grandparents countryside near city of Ventspils and, honestly, this was one of the most amazing Midsummer celebrations I have ever had!…
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Fuerteventura | Having fun in the dunes

On the last day, before heading home, we decided to spend almost the whole day in the gorgeous Corralejo Natural park. This park mainly consists of breathtaking white sand dunes that are spread along the coastline of the northern part of Fuerteventura. The park is 2600 hectare big – yep, it was as impressive as it sounds! πŸ™‚ Luckily we…
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Daniel Wellington Classic Southampton watch

I guess you might have already noticed (I posted a picture on Instagram and featured my new watch in one of my latest outfit posts)  that for the third time I collaborating with a Swedish watch mega brand – Daniel Wellington. I have already introduced you to this brand two times (read blog posts here and here), therefore, I don’t…
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Lanzarote | Teguise market Sunday

Before we went on our trip to Lanzarote, I surely did a lot of research and planned each and every day of our trip. One of my must- see places was the previous capital of Lanzarote, the city of Teguise. While searching for more information about the city, I found out that from 9am to 2pm every Sunday there is…
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Lanzarote | Timanfaya National Park, Crater Caldera Blanca

If you are ever thinking of visiting Lanzarote, then I strongly recommend going adding Caldera Blanca (Timanfaya National Park) to your must-see bucket list, because the views that we saw in the Timanfaya Park while hiking to the Caldera Blanca sleepy vulcanoe crater were truly indescribable. The spooky scenery with nothing but hard lava continued for miles and miles. In…
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