Saturday, May 31, 2014

Into the Wild

My lovely readers, I hope you're all doing well enjoying this wonderful pre-summer weather no matter where you live! I'm still restless, got so many things to do, most of them being university projects. This semester we are designing a complete magazine on our own, we have a couple presentations in media law and also need to write a new script to synchronize a movie scene which takes like forever.
However, I'm trying to push in some time for my blog so please don't be upset if I can't answer your comments right away, I promise I'll reply to them all!
So today's post is a quite adventurous one. If you have followed my blog in the past, you know that I have a thing for adrenalin kicks and adventures in general. I looove to relax at the beach with a fantastic book and I do enjoy city trips very much but what really thrills me is the vast nature. 
Luckily my family members are pretty much alike, so my aunt, who lives on Mallorca, organized a fabulous trip for us during my vacation - a five- hour hike through a wild canyon called the Torrent de Pareis.
Many adventurers come here, young couples, groups of hikers, to test their abilities and enjoy the absolutely breathtaking views of the canyon. Let me tell you, it's not as easily done as I thought, especially when you wear your beloved Converse like I did! I'd suggest you take a guy with you in case you decide to hike through the Torrent de Pareis because there are pretty huge rocks you can barely get over without a man's help. But you know what, it's definitely worth all the climbing and jumping and exhaustion - you get spoiled with a stunning scenery unfolding in front of your eyes, you get the kick out of jumping and conquering those darn rocks, plus you get rewarded with a wonderful target, the bay of  Sa Calobra that astonishes you with crystal clear water and a magnificent view of the deep blue sea. 
So if you're looking for a thrilling vacation make sure to explore the Torrent de Pareis! It surely is breathtaking in every sense of the word.
Enjoy the pics ;-)

PS: My aunt has this amazing company called Mallorca Friendly that offers wedding planning, hiking tours, canoeing, rock climbing and much more. Feel free to check out their website by clicking here.

Monday, May 26, 2014

The Beach Look

Hey hey fellas, wow, what a stressful first week after my Mallorca vaca. I gotta admit I'm a little overwhelmed with all the projects we need to organize at school, by now I feel the consequences of my frequent escapes. I'm pretty occupied with university stuff, I still try to find some time for my blog though. So here it is, my new post... a little late but hopefully still entertaining ;-)
Today you get to see some shots of the beach outfit I wore at the Playa de Sant Pere in Alcúdia.
When I go to the beach I like it comfy - a light shirt, denim shorts and Converse or better flip flops. Plus, I'm a huge fan of summer bracelets in poppin' colors and golden, eye-catching necklaces.
Hope you enjoy the views of this paradisiac water just as much as I did... aaah, wish I could go back now!

Saturday, May 17, 2014

From Barcelona to Germany and back to Mallorca

Dear lovely readers, ugh, I'm sorry for being so out of touch lately. I spent the last two weeks on Mallorca, woohoo, but couldn't keep posting here because I decided to take a "real" vacation without my laptop, haha! You can always stay up-to-date if you follow me on my instagram (click here) or Facebook page (click here) though.
Anyway, I just got back to Germany - university is calling! - so I finally got some time to come up with a few new posts.
So what did my life look like the last few weeks? Well, after I got back from a looong Mallorca vacation in March (including a trip to Barcelona) I was pretty busy with school, plus I started to do some photo shoots again, means I'm planning to get back to modeling which I did before I moved to New York City in 2010. We also had some kind of project weeks at school so I decided it would be a fabulous idea to escape Germany once again - this is how I landed on my favorite island again, haha!
Today you get to see some shots of, well, me in Port d'Alcudia, one of my favorite places on Mallorca and by now my second home. 

I hope you enjoy the pics!

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Park Güell - The Masterpiece

Hey guys, so here is the last post of my fabulous Barcelona trip. I can't tell you how much I enjoyed the three days I spent in this vibrant metropolis.
Today you get to see some photos of one of my favorite spots in Barcelona, the marvelous Park Güell, designed by the amazingly talented architect Antoni Gaudí.
The enchanting park is divided into two different areas, one of them being a natural park hiding some admirable ancient viaducts and Gaudí's house. Once you enter the second part, the main terrace that is surrounded by beautifully adorned benches, you don't just have a stunning view of the city but can also marvel at the endless colorful mosaics. So whenever you make it to Barcelona, check out this breathtaking place!
After a couple weeks that I spent in Germany now, I'm packing again for Mallorca. My flight goes at 1pm tomorrow, and even though my home country is spoiling me with sunshine, I can't wait to escape once again. The last few weeks have been crazy with all my university projects. Yesterday we shot a short movie all day (that's a whole lotta work!), plus, when I'll get back from Mallorca I'll take an extra class for our campus TV, I'm so excited!
So please don't worry if you don't hear from me the next couple days, I'll tell you all about my Mallorquin adventures soon... or even some German ones ;-)

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