Friday, 24 February 2017

17 things I want to do in 2017

2017 excites me.
and I know it's the 24th of February and I'm only just writing a '2017' post but I'm feeling like I should write my goals and hopes for 2017 down.
So far 2017 has been pretty good to me. I got back from a holiday to Bali, Indonesia a week ago, which was wonderful as it always is. I've been on a mini farm stay with my family, I haven't lost or broken anything yet and everyone is happy and healthy.
I already can't keep up with 2017, we're almost in March, I feel like I'll blink and it'll already be September.
I wan't to achieve more in 2017, whether it be in relation to work, to saving money, travelling or even to really try do more of what makes me happy.

So here are 17 (achievable) things I want to do in 2017.

1. Go on more picnics
2. Draw more
3. Cook more
4. Go to the outdoor movies
5. Watch more sunrises
6. Order room service
7. Play more board games
8. Write more blog posts
9. Go to a high tea
10. See a musical
11. Go camping
12. Try more teas
13. Go to the ballet
14. Write a letter
15. Go horse riding
16. Save up to travel
17. Try different cultured foods

I hope everyone's 2017 has been everything you've hoped for so far.

Lots of Love,

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

La Laguna

I recently returned from a holiday to Bali Indonesia! If you've ever visited Bali yourself you would know there are endless bars and restaurants and you'll never be in short supply of places to go. This was my 3rd time visiting Bali and I can hands down say this beach bar and restaurant La Laguna is my favourite place I've stumbled across yet.
It has to be maybe the most photogenic place ever.

Not one single inch of La Laguna lacked character. From the hand painted designs on the tables, chairs, bar and basically anything that was wooden. There we're endless amounts of fairy lights (which is always a winner for me) and when the sun went down the whole place was beautifully lit. As you walk in the entrance is lined with individual and beautiful mini wooden cabins/ huts, which were all decorated and painted differently. Some open and filled with furniture and others with psychics doing card readings. I personally wanted to rent one of the little cabins and move in.

To top off the fact that it was the most easy to the eye restaurant/ bar I've ever been to the menu was incredible too. From beautiful fresh cocktails to amazing cheese platters, tapas and full mains I can't (and wouldn't want to) fault a single thing.
If anyone is near Seminyak in Bali, or even if you're not, La Laguna is a must.

ps. they have a pet otter.

Lots of Love,