The past few weeks I’ve been very anxious, panicking a lot and not really thinking about all the good things I’ve got going on. I love doing happy posts that make me actually sit and think about what I’ve got going on that make me smile.
I feel like a right lady of leisure at the moment with all this swanning around I seem to be doing. But being pale, I’ve got to prepare to not burn! So I thought I’d share with you my simple poolside essentials and get some tips from everyone as well.
In Mallorca we had the perfect base for exploring. Our week consisted of the perfect mix of relaxing in our Villa & driving out and seeing what we could find. We did a tiny bit of research but tended to just drive out and see what we stumbled across. In my opinion to fully enjoy a mixture of things in Mallorca/Port de Pollenca area you need a car. On a previous trip we didn’t have one and I 100% will say this time was a much more enjoyable holiday, but each to their own.
If you’re a regular reader of my blog you’ll have seen my outfit post from when we stayed in the amazing castle! I find it hard when travelling to pack light (you’ll know that from this post!), and since our Eurotrip is a slightly different to your average holiday, day to night outfits are a must! I need the simplicity of having an outfit during the boiling hot days, but something that can be in the car or a bag to take me through to the evening.
Travelopo kindly hosted us in a villa in Pollença, Mallorca. After a week of full blown travelling, driving & lots of exploring; a relaxed week was more than welcome. Our ferry from Barcelona docked up at 5:30am and although we weren’t supposed to check in until 3 o’clock that afternoon, the lovely people over at Travelopo let us get our keys as soon as we arrived. The nap was very welcome & the bed was so comfy!