THE PALM – JUMEIRAH
I am now home from an amazing 5 nights in Dubai. I couldn’t write any blogs because of the wifi so I have a lot to update you on. Although the holiday was extremely relaxing we were also so busy. My mum planned for us to do something every single evening.
We spent the first day at The Meddirra hotel where my parents had been staying two nights before Alice, Jack and I arrived. We had the most amazing flight over with Emerites and after sitting on a plane for 7 hours I have now decided after University I want to become an air hostess!!! Travelling the world for free and earning a profit, what could go wrong?
We flew over night so we arrived in Dubai at 7:00AM local time, which is 4:00AM in England. I then did not sleep the whole day until the evening to sort my sleeping pattern. The first day was the hottest, it reached 39 degrees and blonde me thought my skin could handle it even after 6 months with no sun. I then got completely burnt and couldn’t go out in it the next day, hahah!
Bikini: Zaful (new favourite)
casa aventura – a villa for 20
A beautiful day for a beautiful beach
A day in the South | Tenerife
On another note, I have booked to go to Alicante at the end of the Summer with 20 of my friends and booked to go to Madeira with my bestie Katie!! I am also looking to go to Berlin and hopefully a short holiday with Solly. As you can tell, I want to spend my whole Summer abroad ahah!
TWELVE EATERY – VEGAN RESTAURANT
I had a very exciting week last week going for lots of little brunch’s. For my University project I have to create a news feature about anything we want, so I am writing one about the health benefits of veganism. This is an interesting topic for me, as I believe that one day (when I can afford really nice food) I will be a vegan. I am currently giving up meat for lent and am really enjoying it. I don’t even miss eating any type of meat as there are so many other options. I am giving myself a day off on my birthday, just so I can treat myself on my 21st!!
This restaurant Ellie, Katie and I went to is a new vegan place that has opened up in Bournemouth. I have never eaten there before so we went for a cute brunch, which ended up being quite posh. I would definitely say we had a light lunch as all of us were still hungry after but I definitely enjoyed what I ate and would recommend giving them a visit.
I am extremely interested in my health and fitness at the moment. I have thrown myself into the gym and have been eating extremely well (for a Universtiy student.) This week I have no motivation to do anything productive because I am so excited for the weekend. I am turning 21 and am celebrating with all of my friends!! Keep updated with everything on my Instagram – @emilymaythorne.
This amazing bag is my friend Dees from NastyGal
STARY = STAY AWAY FROM WORRY
On Saturday I spent the afternoon at a Bournemouth Bloggers event with Stary Eyed. It is a new upcoming brand run by two lovely ladies called Gemma and Claire. They have been best friends for 25 years and decided to create a company with various products lifestyle and homeware based.
This SS19 collection showcase took place at a beautiful hotel in Southampton called HarBAR on 6th. It overlooked the harbour and a lot of Southampton which made the event that much more enjoyable.
The product they sell are extremely beautiful and you know they have been created with a lot of care. They gave us a set of stunning earring which resemble a star and space ship, in black. I have never owned plain black earring before so I am excited to wear them. We also got given their brands statement t-shirt which is two red stars covering the boobs, haha! Yasmine, Tia and I are going to take photographs in them.
Another amazing event organised by Bournemouth Bloggers.
AN AMAZING VEGAN BRUNCH
For my latest University project I had to create a news feature about anything I wanted, so I decided to create one about ‘The Explosion of Vegansim.’ To do this I had to visit different vegan restaurant and gather different opinions.
Katie and I went to ‘Mad Cucumber’ at the top of Bournemouth town for brunch. As you can see from the bottom photograph it was delicious. For lent, Katie and I have given up meat which I am currently struggling with as I am going out for Thai food this evening, haha! On my birthday I did eat a little bit of meat (because it was my birthday) but I have never felt so bloated afterwards. Your body adapts extremely quickly.
This restaurant had a lot of Glastonbury vibes which made it extremely comfortable and friendly.
Sol and I stayed for 1 night in the Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel, on Park Street in Bristol. The hotel was so lovely and extremely up market for myself and Sol.
Opening my presents from Sol and his mum on Monday morning. He got me lots of little bits such as trainers, earrings, joggers and a trip to an Eco Pod in Devon, May bank holiday weekend!
We went for dinner Sunday evening at San Carlo restaurant which is an amazing Italian on Park Street.
Sol in San Carlo.
My massive chocolate cake from my Dad and Sister! It is going to take a long time to finish this.
My pina colada and I at Dinner Sunday evening!
Bristol Marriotts amazing pool. We spent Sunday and my birthday morning lounging around in this spa.
A cheese cake that the Miller & Carter brought over to me at breakfast while I was sat all on my own!! Sol and I spent most of my birthday eating at buffets. We had a buffet breakfast and went to Zaza Bazars for lunch, a day full of food.
WHAT A WEEKEND!!
This weekend I spent turning 21!! I had the best weekend up in Bristol with all my friends and boyfriend. I will be posting another post about the whole weekend but here my favourite pictures from Saturday. I cannot believe I am 21!! Ahhh.