Dress, Lingadore | Kimono, Saltwater Gypsy | Furry bag, River Island | Boots, Choies | Turban, Ebay
Celebrity cruises host these awesome events every day on the cruise. Yesterday it was formal night on reflection, which means we all had to show up in dresses & suits. People even wore these long beautiful gowns, and others decided to put on a colourful summer dress. Most importantly: The food was on point at dinner! The most delicious chicken breast ever, and to top it all off I got a creamy cheese cake for dessert.
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Currently I am on the middle of the Caribbean sea with my two blogger friends Nana & Patrick. We’ve spent the day on a Celebrity Cruise called Reflection & it’s an absolutely magnificent & massive ship. This will be our home for the next 7 days & I can’t wait to share all of our upcoming adventures with you guys. Our room is extremely gorgeous & we got a balcony with the most incredible view of oblivion & endlessness. There’s something mind blowing about looking out on the terrifyingly beautiful ocean – it reminds me of how small & unimportant I am as an individual & I can’t help but being grateful for being alive on such a beautiful planet as the earth.
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Patrick and I spend the night in the beautiful city that never sleeps. We were supposed to catch a connecting flight from New York to Miami but our plane from Düsseldorf to NYC got a few hours delayed so our airline checked us in on the Radisson Hotel near JFK to catch the next flight in the morning.
We decided to take the opportunity to explore the city of New York even though we hadn’t slept in days & the rain was pouring down. We bought a cup of coffee and walked around the streets of Manhattan & on our way we met a bunch of incredible people. Even though it was in the middle of the night & we only had a couple of hours in The Big Apple, there’s something magical about the vibe & the lights in New York City.
Here’s a Polaroid diary shot by Patrick Pankalla from our amazing cruise trip to Oslo. I loved the fun idea of documenting adventures in a different way & making a serie of Polaroids might become a traditional theme while traveling if you’d like.
The trip itself was amazing. Specially since it was my first time on a proper cruise. It’s also a quite casual and glamorous way of exploring the world, specially for someone who’s not very fund of flying, like myself. & even though Europe got it’s wonderful places, my dream cruise would definently be a trip around Asia. Hopefully that’ll be a dream come true soon.