15.3.19

C'AN PASTILLIA, MALLORCA: DAY FOUR.


C'AN PASTILLIA, MALLORCA: DAY FOUR.

Would you judge me for sharing these snaps from my holiday last August?

I mean, please don't. Because I'm going to do it anyway.

By the time I started sharing these posts it was pushing Christmas and it just felt a little weird sharing sunny snaps when it had the potential to snow outside. And at this point these photos have been sat in my drafts for so long, I don't really want to delete them either. Oh what first world problems I'm having. 


I'll leave day one just here so you can catch up a lil'. But to recap back in August I went on my first abroad holiday in a couple years with momma smurph and it was the most glorious five days. We had perfect weather with the most beautiful views, we ate and drank plenty and I came back with the best tan. 

Each day I took notes of what we got up to and where we'd been, specifically for moments like this and so that I could write a blog post seven months later... 

This was our final full day and we'd made the decision to not have any plans. Just take the day as it came, we found ourselves on a much smaller part of the beach which had more of a surrounding for mom to get some morning swimming in. Obviously I opted out of the morning swim to fit in a lil more sunbathing and listening to the Mamma Mia soundtrack, again. Oh my days. I was obsessed with Mamma Mia on this holiday. Much to my momma's delight it was the soundtrack to our holiday. 


One of my notes from this day states how I tried lemon gelato...and how it got a no thanks from me. So we headed back to our favourite gelato place from day two for one last ice cream and cocktail. We finished off our last minute souvenir shopping and grabbed a couple more sangria's before heading back to the hotel to get ready for one last evening meal. 

One of my favourite things about this holiday was how I felt so refreshed on the early evenings and had the opportunity to dress up for food. We'd spotted a restaurant that had outdoor seating, ordered pizza's (it was so cheesy omg) and drank even more sangria. This was one of my favourite spots as we got to watch the world go by and I collected all my thoughts from our five days together and really felt content in that moment. 

We took a final walk along the beach and got my feet soaked in the sea in the sunset one last time. At this point we decided it was time to head back to our hotel, but somehow found ourself in a lil missed gem of a bar just underneath our hotel. The lads who owned 3 CHICO'S were from London and filled up with more drinks and some food before we actually had to call it quits for the night. 

To this day when I'm bored, I'll scroll through the pictures from this week with my momma. Spending time just the two of us in this beautiful spot was even better than I'd imagined it would be, so props to my momma for arranging this holiday for us.

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