Sunday, 25 November 2012

Bodrum: Breakfast at Limon Cafe

If you are planing to visit Bodrum next summer, don't miss this cozy place. It is located in Gümüslük and it is a well hidden gem. My cousin brought us there and promised us a breathtaking place with a mind-blowing breakfast and what can I say she wasn't lying at all. This place is stunning, completely open air and the mix and match furniture makes it very unique and you immediately feel like home.
Even the garden is decorated with a lot of love, in every corner you will find small little details and accessories and yes you can see the sea as well. The food is delicious, I would recommend you the "Limon Kahvalti", it's quite big and you will get different kinds of cheese, selfmade jam, a fresh tomato/cucumber salad and olives from their own trees. And don't forget to order a tea and the homemade "limonata". 

Yali Mevkii No 1 
48400 Gümüslük

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

HoHoHo... Christmas is coming

I know, I know it's still a month to go, but I am a Christmas fanatic and I always been a bit impatient, especially when it comes to presents. Thats probably the reason why I couldn't wait to write this wishlist post. And yes I know it's not realistic to get all of this stuff, but I don't need the permission to dream, right? 

So I dream a little Christmas dream. 


1 ♥ Dior "Oui Ring": I am craving for this one since... forever I guess. The ring is such a beauty and I am quite optimistic, that this wish isn't unrealistic at all. Keeping my fingers crossed.

2 ♥ Canon "EOS Mark III": Well I need a new camera, thats a fact. So why not the Mark III?  

3 ♥ Chloe "Susanna Boots": I saw movies about this thing called love at first sight, never really believed in it. Since Susanna crossed my way, I became a true believer. But there is one little detail I can't ignore, the bloody price. I can't believe that the only thing, which keeps us separated is money. That's my sad, sad story. Still I am not willing to give up on them, I will find my way to bring them home to me. 

 Kenzo "The Sweater": Let's face it, this sweater was seen way to often around the world. And yes that would be a reason to skip it from that list, but wait there is something about this sweater. I can't say what it is, I need to find it out. 

 Chanel "Quilted Flats": Usually Chanel Ballerinas are looking really weird on my feet. Believe me it was a whole new experience, I mean strange looking flats?! Come on, how is that even possible? But every time I tried them on, I had to laugh quite badly. These black quilted ones are an exception, they look magnificent and Chanel is always an investment. So thumbs up for these shoes.

 Celine "Luggage Bag": Isn't she a classy Handbag? Yes, she is. This little heartbreaker is to die for and for me a Must-Have. There is nothing more to add.

 Proenza Schouler "PS11": Another It-Bag for sure, this bad boy is for the cooler people around us. Have you seen the PS 11 Mini Classic Mirror as well? Need, Need, Need...


Friday, 16 November 2012

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

3 mois à Paris

# 1 
Parc Buttes Chaumont

Let´s start with my favorite park. I know there are a lot of nice parks in Paris, but for me the Parc Buttes Chaumont in the north of Paris is the most interesting one. I mean there is a waterfall, a huge rock, a pond and a very nice viewpoint. Seriously go there to have a picknick, it´s so relaxing and you can forget the crazy city around you at least for a day.

 Le Marais

If you say shopping, I say Le Marais. This district is one of my favorite "Quartiers" in Paris. You can walk trough the pretty streets and do some shopping. Not the worst thing to do in Paris, right? But be aware, most of the shops are closed on Monday. 


Marché aux Puces de Saint-Ouen

This super fancy flea-market is situated next to the metrostation Porte de Clignancourt. Don´t be scared when you leave the train, it´s not really pretty there. Be brave and just follow the crowds, they will guide you.

# 4
Villa Léandre

I discovered this tiny little street after I moved to Montmartre. The street is a bit surreal and reminds me of Nothing Hill. I was super fascinated and I already saw myself living here. 

 Canal Saint Martin

If you are in Paris and the weather is nice, you can take a walk along the Seine of course. But there are also other places to discover. What about the canal Saint Martin? Start from the metrostation Jaurès and just walk down the canal to find a nice cafe or just sit down next to the water like everyone else. 

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