Finding Paradise

I just got back from one of the most beautiful and enjoyable trips of my life and I’m already itching to go back. I was in the Italian Riviera for four days visiting Cinque Terre for a little sun by the seaside. I finally was able to wear my colorful summer dresses that have been gathering dust in my closet for months now. The weather was perfect. The towns were perfect. And don’t even get me started on the food. Below was one of the days I spent visiting two of the small towns in Cinque Terre, Vernazza and Manarola. The colorful buildings built into the cliffs were like something out of a postcard/movie/dream, etc etc.
I was in absolute heaven.






I’m wearing Prada sandals, Perché bag, and Valentino sunglasses.


Yours Truly,
Lomax

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3 Responses to Finding Paradise

  1. Marisa says:

    I have a question, if you wouldn’t mind answering. I’m hoping to study abroad in Europe and while I’m there I would love to take advantage of the close proximity and pack in as much travel as possible. How did you budget for these kind of excursions/do you have any tips in general? Thanks! :)

    • Lauren says:

      Well I knew ahead of time I really wanted to travel as much as possible so I made sure to only spend my money on what I found to be most important. In my case that meant I next to never shopped for clothing or shoes, etc. and I didn’t spend money on really nice dinners or lunches all the time. Instead I put my money towards my travels on the weekends. I used the site edreams.net for flights (it scans all airlines for the cheapest flights). I was lucky enough to have friends to stay with while I was traveling in certain countries, but I did stay in hostels and as long as they are safe don’t worry too much about the niceness of them since you will really only be there to sleep any way. Other than that I can’t offer much help! Luckily it’s pretty cheap to travel within Europe if you’re in a central country, because the distance isn’t far so airlines or train companies can’t charge an absurd amount since it’s not like going across the United States. Hope this helped!

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