HOLA BARCELONA

In the Summer, as you would of seen on my blog previously, Alice, my mum and I spent 3 nights in sunny Barcelona. I was going through old photos on my phone and found a few that I never shared with you, I really need to give credit to my sister. Little 3 day holidays are my favourite, you make the most out of the time that you have. After visiting Barcelona it has definitely become a place I could see my self living in the future, whether that is for a year or just a couple of weeks, I love the Spanish lifestyle. The late starts and the late finishes, everyone sat in the sun drinking coffee and wearing pretty dresses. I could not think of a more relaxed place to live.

My boyfriend and I have just booked a 2 night holiday in Dublin next week. I am not too sure what there is in Dublin to do so if you have any suggestions on how we should fill our days please comment down bellow, I will be very grateful. Solly never gets much time off work so this is a rarity and I am very excited!

Our last evening in Puerto De La Cruz

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Restaurante Rustico

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Looking back through pictures of Solly and I’s holiday to Tenerife. This was our last night before an early morning flight home. We ate at a small restaurant right by the ocean, where u are able to look out over Puerto De La Cruz while the waves were crashing against the stone walls. Unfortunately Solly got quite ill due to the amount of the unhealthy food we had been eating all week. So we ended up having a quick drink at he hotel before we went to bed.

We got garlic mushrooms to start, then I had tortellini and Sol had a stake.

Currently all my family has gone to visit my Dad in Saudi Arabia for the whole week, while I am stuck at University doing work. I am desperate for a bit of sun, I’m bored of the cold already!

Siam Water Park | Tenerife

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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. 

 

A day in the South | Tenerife

Searching for the sun!

By the Monday of our holiday we had already been there for 3 whole days and still not seen 1 bit of sun, so thought it would be best to catch a public bus down to the South of Tenerife where all the beaches are and where many other tourists like ourselves, stay.

Cocktails O’Clock | Tenirife 

On our 2nd day in Tenerife the sun had still not come out, so we layed in and then went for a walk around the town. We came across this little restaurant and thought we would stop there for a late lunch. Cocktails were only 3.50 so I ended up having many pina coladas and mojitos.

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!!