“Strawberry mojito please...” “Large?” “Yeah sure why not...” did not expect it to be the size of a rugby ball!!! Haha!
Still got another.... Just wearing @vitaliberata beauty blur on the skin and a pop of colour on the lip @Chanel official and nothing else!
Lovely winding down for the week 🤗🤗🤗
How to Mallorca: brief observations from the brief experience (part 2)
4. Stay with locals! Spontaneously staying at Gaston's @gfeity cozy place was one of our best decisions. Living away from hotels and tourist places gave us opportunity to see real life of the city, to lay on not crowded beach, and to form our small morning routine. It felt so nice comming to the local bakery and hearing 'tea and double espresso, right?', to greet people in the hallway as our own neighbors, and to have meaningful discussions with our wonderful hosts.
5. Follow the locals! The beautiful but crowded beach on the first two photos is Cala de Deya. The third picture was taken just 300 meters away. There is a trail to this place used by locals, but the small problem is that these 300 meters are mostly in the direction down, so you'll need water or tracking shoes. Although we made it without any shoes, I would not recommend barefoot rock climbing as a pleasant activity. But still it was completely worth the view (both above and under the water). 6. Regarding the last one: buy diving goggles and breathing tube (and go to the north shore of the island). Actually, we were totally unprepared for this trip: no water shoes, no tube, no nothing. But to our luck somebody forgot their goggles on the rocks. Just looking underwater was one of the most fascinating moments of my life. Honestly, I've always considered scuba diving as some kind of luxury excess. But seeing all this depth, all these caves and rocks, all these sea urchins, all these fish you saw only in aquarium adds so much to your understanding of this world. Dear fellow who forgot their goggles - I'm sincerely grateful for this experience. 🌵
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Tuesday is the perfect day to visit the beautiful Platja d’es Trenc (also known as Es Trenc) that is located in the south of Mallorca. Are you still wondering why we call this beach carribean beach? #estrenc