This post today is a major throwback, which goes to over two months ago. After a wonderful weekend well spent in my hometown, my dearest Moro took me to one last stop before we end our beach day, to show me this breathtaking hidden gem in the middle of the sea. It wasn’t an easy job to get there, especially while carrying my DSLR in one hand and climbing rocks in the other. But after losing a flip-flop, and Moro almost losing his bag with his car keys inside, we managed to get back to the land safe and sound with lots of cool pictures taken.
Today I’m writing this post while sitting by the bedroom window, overlooking a rainy gloomy miserable London. It gets me thinking that no matter how much love we’ve got for something, hate can always find its way! Like our love somehow is always overcome by hate to our own country as Lebanese, due to it’s political corruption and instability. And my love vs. hate relationship with London
my home away from home, due to its depressing weather and lack of a real summer. Why life can’t be as simple as the serenity I find whenever I am in my hometown? Where all I have to worry about is ; which bikini to wear tomorrow, and if the catch of the day will be Malli2a or Ajaj. I’m not usually a negative person, but I guess the lack of sunshine has really gotten over me. And after two great months spent in London with my love, I’m so ready to get back home. I hope you guys have a wonderful Sunday wherever you are, happy day 🙂
Sundress from Cyprus, H&M hat and watermelon beach bag bag, Rayban clubmaster sunnies,
Soludos espadrilles via COMO store.
Photos by Moro / editing me.