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Break At Pillar

While in Cuba, I went on a couple excursions. One of them was “Break at Pillar”. Pillar beach is supposedly the most beautiful beach in Cuba, and I was glad I was close to it. Right away, I could tell this beach was different from the local ones near resort, the sand is gold, wind is stronger and the water has amazing waves. As part of the excursion, lunch was served. It was chicken and lobster! My god it was so good!! Early afternoon – time to show off the bikinis! I finally see myself in those perfect looking scenery frames online. The place was so pretty! Oh hello thar! The bikinis are from Bikini Village. Unfortunately I missed all the good sales prior to Cuba trip, these were purchased for about $100. Along with the bikinis, I also bought a sarong to match with them. I love sarongs! They are so flexible and you can practically wear them however you want, a scarf, a dress, a top, or a skirt! Definitely to my heart’s content. …

Pool Before Sunset

Hello world! I’m back to share some pool photos! These are within the Flaminco Resort. So I was looking around and all like “Hmm, I guess I should take off the shirt now, but I’m feeling kind of shy…” “OK I took it off, time to relax! Let me look cute in my little hat and say hi to the camera” “OK let me try a different angle, so all the nice scenery can be included!” “Let’s take a walk around the pool, smell the nature and take pictures with some pom trees <3” (Anyone like my platforms? Colorful and comfortable, was from Ardene’s! )

Travel Diary – Cuba Beach Series III

Hi everyone! I am back for more! I feel like I’ll never finish posting my Cuba Series at this rate… I’ll try to be more productive at posting 🙂 Just smiling at the camera 🙂 I got this bikini 5 years ago! From Asia of course, where else would I buy such cute-sy things. When I headed to the beach this day, it was already getting dark (since it was winter at Cuba, it gets dark at like 5pm:( ), so my pictures are are kind of dim. I also remember this was the day I got a lot of mosquito bites.. it isn’t easy trying to look cute… 🙂 My first time in water for years! I was never a good swimmer, and the sea water is so salty! But just like how I am an adaptive person, I got friendly with the water pretty quick 🙂 Just posing under the last bit of sunlight, catching last glimpse of the blue sky…before I get eaten alive by the mosquitoes.. (They always come out when it …

Travel Diary – Cuba Day Series I

Hi lovelies, I am back to continue my Cuba series. These were taken within the Memories resort, amazing setting, no? ❤ Before I came here, I used to see all these amazing scenery online or in other peoples’ photos. This time I got to see it myself, it was unreal! See the little turf behind me? That was actually the bar, it was a party late every night with open bar, lively music and lots of dancing 🙂

Travel Diary – Cuba Beach Series I

Hello lovelies! After working for an entire year without break, I finally got an opportunity get away during Christmas time. The destination was – Cayacoco, Cuba. I stayed at the Memories Flaminco Resort, it was such a pleasant experience for the below reasons: 1. The people – Although most of them do not speak fluent English, but they are enthusiastic and very friendly! I felt extremely welcomed at a foreign land. 2. Nights that don’t sleep – I actually got a lot of sleep while I was there, but I remember for the late nights, there is always music and dancing accompanying. They had a 24/7 snack bar, did I mention it was open bar? 3. The scenery – Can’t say Cayococo is the most beautiful place in the world, but it is definitely the best place for vacay I’ve ever been to. (I really haven’t been out much 🙂 ) 4. The weather – Caught the winter of Cuba, which is about 26-28 degrees everyday. That was absolutely heaven when mixed with breezes from the ocean. …