It’s CHRISTMAS TOMORROW!
This year has definitely gone way too fast. I remember planning our family summer holiday for 2016 (which was a surprise for my Dad’s 50th), this time last year. And now all the travels of this year are done with and time to plan next year. My second to last blogmas post is dedicated to everywhere I travelled this year, not only abroad but with in the UK too. Hope everyone had a great year of travelling and here’s to the next year.
Everyone loves being at home for Christmas with their family and so do I but I also want to go away for Christmas at least once.This doesn’t have to mean being away on Christmas day, I guess. So I have put together a list of destinations I want to visit in the future over the Christmas period. They are also separated into cold and hot destinations. Enjoy.
This year my Christmas holidays consist of doing my university work. But I want to try squeeze in things to do. I have made a list to help you with things you can do for your holidays, they are mostly or maybe all in London. Enjoy.
If you follow me on Instagram you will already know I’m in Dubai. It’s so lovely here and HOT! So I packed my make up according to the heat, well kind of. For some reason I can’t always decide on a few things so I end up taking a couple of the same products in different varieties, if that makes sense ha. You’ll see later in this post. Anyways here is what I brought with me, enjoy.
You may or may not know that I went to Geneva last month for a weekend. While I was out there I decided to record my trip. So here it is I made my first vlog and I’m quite happy with it. I hope to make more videos and obviously get better at it. Please show your support and love, and also leave comments on how I could improve. Enjoy.
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If you follow me on Instagram you will know I went for a short break to Geneva last weekend. The weather was lush, even though it said it was going to be raining before we left England. Oh well, I’m not complaining I had a lovely time with my parents and grannies.
Because of the last-minute weather change I was actually stuck with long-sleeved tops/dresses which meant I was boiling the whole time. Not a great feeling to be honest. Never the less here are the outfit I chose to wear. Enjoy.
Last summer I was fortunate enough to be accepted onto a program called ‘Make in India’. This post is about my experience and what this program has to offer. Just a little warning it’s quite long but I hope you enjoy reading.
As the name suggests, the program was in India for 2 weeks. It was the first two weeks of July, just when the monsoon season was starting there. This program was supported by UKIERI and delivered by IndoGenius. There were around 60 of us on this trip and we had the best time.
Make in India participants