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What to do When Travelling Western Serbia (& my Outfits)

If you read my lastpost, you know I had been travelling Western Serbia and as promised, I’m sharing few more photos and things to do here. This region doesn’t have big cities and is best known for it’s nature. Besides visiting Drvengrad, here are few more things you can do here:
1.About a 10-minute walk from Drvengrad which you saw in the last post, you can find one of the oldest moveable railway museums in Europe. You can hope aboard a vintage train from the early 1920s and ride in it through one of the most beautiful region of this country. You will love the experience of being on the train but the scenery will leave you speechless and at peace. Train runs twice a day so make sure to check the schedule first. They even offer logging so you can stay in one of their apartments. There are 3 stray dogs here but they are so docile and welcome you as you come in. Consider them to be your hosts :) Ciro Rail Station Museum
2.Second activity you can do here, and I’m sure you will enjoy thoro…

Traveling Western Serbia & Finding Peace, Quiet & Beauty

Jeans Topshop, slides H&M, bag Louis Vuitton, lipstick Mac All Fired Up
Hello lovelies! It’s been a long time since I wrote anything on the blog. It’s been crazy busy time for me for many reasons. If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I’ve been in Eastern Europe, more precisely in Serbia for the last couple of weeks. Here’s a brief rundown. Last year has been one of the business periods of my life and I’ve been under quite a bit of stress. Due to some personal reasons which unfortunately I cannot share here, I’ve had to take some time off. I will be here in Europe over the next few months so I’m very excited about this trip. It was very hard for me to make this decision. Like most of us, taking such a huge step can cause some fear and anxiousness. But what’s that saying? Life begins on the other side of fear, right? Hopefully you will continue following me on this new journey. So first thing I wanted to do when I landed here was go to Western Serbia. There were a few reaso…

15 Reasons Why You Should Visit Lagos, Portugal (& How to Wear Pink)

Continuing with the theme of my travel to Portugal, today I share with you beautiful Lagos. This is another beautiful town in the Algarve region.  Town of Lagos boasts a historic centre, which is surrounded by the ancient Moorish walls and overlooks pretty harbour estuary. When we were visiting the first week of May, the town was hosting a medieval time market and day in Lagos. It was sort of as if being taken back in time. Everyone was 100% into their characters. It was quite a beautiful experience.
One of the main attractions however, Lagos is known for are its beaches and the most picturesque and breathtaking Ponta da Piedade.  Ponta da Piedade headland is located to the south of Lagos, and is a series of highly weathered cliffs that are lined with spectacular grottos, arches, sea caves. Please take a moment to enjoy the pictures. No special lens or photo shop required. So if you were wondering why you should visit Lagos, here are 15 reasons why: 1.It's located in the beautifu…

Light Blue Off-Sholder Top & an Evening in Old Town Faro

Pants Zara, offshoulder top Zara, bag Mango, heels Boohoo.com, cork bracelets street buy from Lisbon
I am waaaay overdue for a new post. I know.
I have been beyond busy last few weeks preparing for a very long trip. I will share more on this in the coming posts. But for now, I promise I had a really good reason to be a little absent.
Today I share with you an outfit I wore on our one day visit to beautiful town of Faro. This gem of a town is located in the south of Portugal, in the Algarve region. It is much quieter than other Algarve region beach towns, but it very much worth a trip. One of the reasons it is not a top destination for vacation is because it’s beach is not in the town. It is about 15 ride from the town centre. The beach is called Praia da Faro and it’s a great beach. It’s long and vast, and on a windy day like we experienced, waives can be extremely strong. We didn’t swim that day but we certainly enjoyed the waived play while we sipped on some could beers on one of ma…

Last Day in Lisbon & Visit to Sintra & Praia da Ursa Beach

Dress Forever 21, velvet heels Forever 21, leather jacket Zara, pink cross-body bag unknown (Winners) Second outfit: white trousers Zara, sneakers Forever 21, top Zara, bag unknown (Winners)

Hello lovelies! I’m sorry for being a little MIA here on the blog, but there is just quite a bit happening in my life right now, that I really had to take some time for myself. I will talk more about what’s going very soon, but in the meantime, to stay up to date, you can always follow along on Instagram. I still have 2 more posts (after this one) to share with you on my trip to Portugal so hopefully I will be able to share them both next week. For today, I’m sharing some more pictures of Lisbon which I didn’t include last time. I could not but include images of the world known Bica funicular (tram). If you google Lisbon, images of this street with two trams will be one of the first results showing. It is one of the steepest streets where two trams going in the opposite directions can go through. I…