Sailing the Grenadine islands – part 3

Wandering around Union island, the Grenadines
Let’s continue our exploration of the Grenadine islands, shall we? From Mayreau we continue our way to Union island Union island Union island is quite different from the other islands, it’s much more modern & touristic: there were coffee shops making chia pudding & avocado toasts & restaurants offering sushi. It was cute though as there is a colorful, little market & in general the ma
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Sailing the Grenadine islands – part 2

Swimming with turtles in Tobago Cays
When I left you in my previous post, we were sailing to Tobago Cays. And as I mentioned, Tobago Cays really is paradise on earth: a couple of cute, tiny, uninhabited islands surrounded by coral reefs, where you’ll befriend all sort of colorful fishes & plenty of turtles! Tobago Cays We arrived just before sunset & jumped in the water for some snorkeling. We swam among corals & fishes…
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Sailing the Grenadine islands – part 1

New Year in the Grenadine islands
What’s better than to spend new year’s eve under the sun? To spend new year’s eve under the sun, on a boat sailing the Grenadines islands with hubby & friends! 🙂 It was something we were talking about since quite some time & finally this year we did it! To not be bothered with the organization of such a trip, we did something I usually never do: we booked an all-inclusive holiday throu
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4 books by 4 inspiring, strong women every girl should read

"The woman I wanted to be" an inspiring book by Diane von Furstenberg
I was chatting with a friend of mine the other day & she asked me if I read something interesting lately & had some book to suggest her. I begun to talk so passionately about my last readings & I didn’t realize until then that, totally randomly, all the latest books I read were biography of utterly amazing women, that inspired me so much! All in a different way, these women are strong & go aft
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3 ingredients, easy & creamy pumpkin soup

Easy and quick recipe for a creamy pumpkin soup
Paris is more gray & cold than ever at the moment. Rain is pouring since last week & this weather only calls for spending time under the duvet binge-watching your favorite series & for makings soups. Ok, if I have to be completely honest, it also calls for hot chocolate with marshmallows & mulled wine… But let’s stay on the healthy side & talk soups, shall we? After all, it’s
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