Siam Water Park | Tenerife


Tuesday 5th September

Going to Siam Park was Solly’s highlight of our whole holiday. He pre – booked the tickets and even got fast track! If you are ever in Tenerife you must go to this water park, whether you enjoy going down slides or not it will definitely be an amazing day out. The scenery is incredible and so is the atmosphere. 


Puerto De La Cruz | Tenirife 

A week in Tenerife with my boyfriend!

So I have just arrived home from being away in Tenerife with my boyfriend, Solly. We stayed in North Tenerife in a place called Puerto De La Cruz. Unfortunately we did not do our research before going away so we weren’t to pleased with where we were staying because there was never any sun. We stayed in a hotel called Taoro Garden Hotel which was based right at the top of a huge hill, but 5 minutes walk from the town. The hotel was lovely, the customer service was great, the food was very good but it just was not very hot. When we thought of going away we expected it to be boiling it was just very humid.

Although there was not much sun in the North we were able to spend a couple of days in the South of Tenerife, which you will find out about in my next few blog posts!

It is actually Sollys 20th birthday tomorrow!!

Font Magica de Montjuic – The Magic Fountain

The last night in Barcelona!

For our last evening in Barcelona we went to watch the Magic Fountain. I did not have a clue that this organisation was going on but it makes you feel like you are in a magical county. Especially after everything that has been going on. We went and got a cheap dinner at a fast food place, sat on the steps and looked over the view. After we watched the Magic Fountain, we got a taxi back to our hotel and had a slightly earlier night before getting up for our early flight home.

Dress – Brandy Melville

I bought this dress while shopping in the old town. It was my mums little treat and I love it. I definitely fit in with the Spanish style.

A Tapa Tapa Evening in Barcelona

Our first night in Barcelona!

On the 22nd August, Alice, Mum and I flew out to Barcelona from Bristol airport. We arrived there at around 7:00PM there time and got to our hotel at just gone 8:00PM. So we freshened up and headed down Les Rambles to get some dinner. When we got to the river bank, we found this small restaurant called Tapa Tapa and thought it would be a good place to eat as we weren’t that hungry. Tapas is very popular in Barcelona. As you can see from the photographs it was a beautiful setting with a very relaxed vibe.

Being in Barcelona so soon after everything that has been going on gives you a massive realisation. Walking down Les Rambles really makes you picture how horrible it must of been for everybody near by. Too everybody who has lost somebody close to them, I am so sorry. Thankfully the people of Barcelona are amazing and all pay there respects to the locals loved ones. The whole of Les Rambles is covered in flowers, candles, letters and teddies. After such a horrible event it makes you believe that there is some faith left in humanity. 🌹