I’m back! Did you miss me? I wish I could have blogged my entire South East Asia trip with you all, as intended… However, once China Southern Airline decided to lose my luggage there wasn’t much I could do. Now I have a few jam packed posts for you guys! I’ll be breaking down my trip into about 3 or 4 posts starting Monday. I need to gather all of my images and get it organized for ya’ll.
It feels good to be home but I could have kept travelling. I met some amazing people and shared experiences of a lifetime with them. In just 17 days I made friendships that will last me a lifetime. The tour itself was just 14 days and was so packed with excitement that when it ended I felt totally lost! I miss everyone dearly and wish the fun could have kept going, at least for 1 more week.
If you’ve never done a Contiki tour before, I highly recommend it! If you can get Hannah Bews as your tour leader, definitely go on that one! She’s knowledgeable, organized and so much fun!
I’ll go into detail about my trip throughout the next 2 weeks so keep yourselves posted!
Currently listening to: Flume – Star Eyes
(I listened to this entire album everyday of my trip – it brings me back when I hear it again)
Monk & Lou sweater | JAC by Jacqueline Conoir jacket | American Eagle jeans | Evernew boots | GX watchman toque | bracelets from markets in Thailand
I spent over 2 weeks in a pair of Havianna sandals, shorts and tank tops with on average, 30 degree weather. You can imagine my jaw dropping as I stepped outside of the YVR airport to remember that is was almost winter in Canada. Well, if I need to bundle up and get cozy I may as well do it in my chilly day favs!
Not too sure if it’s noticeable but I was going for a subtle look. I paired this ombre Monk & Lou sweater with a dark grey denim and black booties to continue the effect of the ombre… light grey all the way to black, see what I did there? I’m so clever! I think it works out really well. The sweater itself can be dressed up or down but I went with a chic day time look.
I’ve had that colorful tie bracelet on my wrist since Thailand. Every time I look at it I’ll be reminded of the awesome times I had with Kaitey in Asia. She’s also been wearing hers since that day.