Hi there you guys. Long time! Time doesn’t stand still, luckily neither do I. Since my last post here, there has been a lot going on in my life. So many ideas and projects that I started and am about to start. But one thing I can say is that I never forgot about my blog and all you loyal readers and followers out here. Thank you for sticking with me. Continue reading “My first travel vlog: Rome, Italy”
Here I am again with an update on the blog to let you know I am still here. A month ago I told you that I was gonna be back in action and I meant it. But I was going through some health challenges which forced me to take it easy. These next few weeks I am going to take some much-needed rest – doctor’s orders – to recover from it all. Continue reading “Get ready for Travel Diary days”
It’s been over a year since my first Travel Diary post. Here I am again with another one. Just like I promised in my last I Love Su outfit post, I want to share my photos of my first Ibiza trip back in November 2014 with you guys. We went there to celebrate the birthday of my sister and spent two days on this lovely island, known as a party island in the summertime. Being there in the fall season was perfect to me for a first time visit, because I really got to discover the island peacefully. Off season with no trailer load of tourists, just sunshine, a beautiful Mediterranean landscape and friendly locals. Continue reading “Travel Diary: Ibiza in style day 1”
Fashion! Yes, we all love it. There’s nothing like gorgeous shoes, a new outfit, another store opening, cool webshops, and a closet full of fabulous clothing. When it comes to fashion most of us is familiar with the Western Fashion Industry. As a Caribbean girl I am here to tell you that the Caribbean Fashion Industry is just as booming and known for lots of talented fashion designers. Here to tell you all about the Caribbean Industry is Dy Muñeca the Caribbean Fashion Spot. This is the spot for fashion in the Caribbean Community and is an independent directory of Caribbean webshops.
Continue reading “Keep up with the Caribbean Fashion Industry”