Dress – Maram Paris @ Byond

Another post on Elounda, Greece, because it was so beautiful and I feel like I haven’t told you all of course! 

The most rememberable moment was of us four (myself, my boyfriend and our two friends) sailing around on this small boat we rented from the hotel, equipped with two sailor hats, a bottle of rose and ice bucket. It was one of those absolute time freezing moments when you realise how beautiful this world is and exactly how lucky I am to be unable to see it like this. We laughed an insane amount as Caz got soaked as the waves hurled against us as we tired to venture away from land, the two guys up front, driving, not caring and loving the view ahead. The sea we so stunningly blue, the cloud was clear and bright, it was absolutely one of the best days I have ever had.

We sailed around, scouting for clear waters (well waters that we could see weren’t as deep!)

Docked besides a tiny deserted island, we jumped over and swam around, while listening to music, arggghh heaven!!!! After an hour or two we jumped back in on the hunt for food. By the channel was a tiny open restaurant, literally in the middle of nowhere! After one of the staff jumped aboard as our steering skills had the restaurant in stitches, we sat down for more wine and seafood. DELICIOUS! The view, company, food, everything. Of course I ordered the lobster for main again!

If you were ever to go to Elounda I would say that renting a boat and sailing around and then to that restaurant was a must! It just made this stunning trip even more out of this world!

Once back to The Blue Palace we headed to the Blue Door for dinner, where we feasted on a banquet of Greek food. It is also the night I first tried snails – not for me I think. We later danced throughout the restaurant with the waiters and other holiday makers, and dressed in my red Realisation Par dress I felt pretty in place! 

Other places we dined at were Blue Asia, which was probably my favourite as the sushi was just incredible and of course they had lots of squid and lobster! My fav. There was also a beautiful singer throughout dinner which was perfect for a relaxed and romantic dinner with my boyfriend.

Top – Tea and Tequila
Sunglasses – Celine
Bracelets – Marte Frisnes Jewellery
Shoes – Mango

On the the last day we headed to the spa for a couples massage. Never have I ever had a full body massage, and it was incredible, I think I need one all the time now! It was just so lovely and peaceful, and was a perfect time to let my mind just sink into the memories of an incredible trip.

After we were treated to a very generous late check out (which is super rare! I know the pain of living of carrying your suitcase with you on the last day of a trip!). So for the rest of the day we just enjoyed that gorgeous room and its private infinity room. It still baffles me now that that was were we were staying! 


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  1. July 31, 2016 / 5:53 pm

    Beautiful images!

    I think I've had a full body massage once, but feel like my body craves them all the time now! Never had one on holiday though, feel like that would be a complete different experience 🙂

    Heather x http://www.atelierofstyle.co.uk

  2. July 31, 2016 / 6:56 pm

    Ummm wow that dress is so incredible??? That first picture is so gorgeous I don't know what to do. And those bracelets! Stunning post, looks like an amazing time.


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