Below the ocean’s surface is a thriving ecosystem, filled with corals, marine mammals and fish to name a few. This past April, I finally lived out one of my dreams which was to see a Sea Turtle in its natural habitat. Going off on a bit of a tangent, I’ve spent the last five summers in various parts of Italy and Greece hoping to see a real-life Sea Turtle with no luck. That being said, after seeing and swimming with more than a handful of Sea Turtles from arm’s distance to swimming with blue whale sharks to boot this topic I’m about to share with you has become especially important to me and I hope it does for you too.
Hey Beauties, it’s my first try at vlogging, so sorry in advance if it was underwhelming lol! Also, how HUGE are my sunglasses ahaha! They didn’t seem that big at the time, but I still love them lol. It certainly didn’t follow the typical play by play of the standard vlog, but I didn’t want to skimp out on sharing how wonderful of an experience it was for us! We’re almost midway through January and I thought this might help inspire your upcoming travels and keep you going through the rest of your snowy and cold winters (most of my readers are from North America).
Once upon a time, I thought the closest I’d ever get to experiencing fairy tales and castles would be through the stories I read and movies I saw as a child. Little did I know that moving to Italy, would bring me that much closer to fulfilling my dreams of sleeping in a castle and feeling like a princess (even if it was just for the weekend). Here’s my ultimate guide to Italian Castles
My favourite thing is to go where I’ve never been. What better way than to head out of the city to spend sometime at the beach before the long weekend. We decided to get a lead on long weekend vibes and shoot down to Sabaudia for a couple of days before the crowds started to trickle in. We left early Thursday morning and drove roughly 2 hours to San Felice beach and spent a good portion of the day there, before making our way to Agriturismo Mizzon.