Saturday, 21 January 2017

christmas in australia ♥

Spending Christmas in Australia felt like a completely different world. I couldn't grasp the sight of people walking around in swimsuits next to Christmas tree's. Growing up in England, Christmas has always been freezing, murky and pretty dark but I spent my Christmas day relaxing by a swimming pool, drinking Prosecco in 35 degree heat and eating Christmas turkey. I really didn't know what to expect when I arrived in Australia but the carefree atmosphere made the experience even more incredible. I wanted to share a few photos from my trip, including the Pimm's and the life was complete after this.

If you are pondering whether you should visit Australia, I would not hesitate to book those plane tickets. I will admit that I am a London city girl, I love the busy and fast paced culture that London offers but as soon as I spent my first week in Australia, I felt myself relax and enjoy my surroundings. I know everyday in Australia can't feel like a holiday if you are living there and having to pay bills, but the edgy juice bars and views really make you appreciate the Australian lifestyle and see life in a more relaxed state of mind. Have you been to Australia before? I would love to know what your dream holiday destination would be! 


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  2. I would love to spend Christmas abroad but I'd want all my family there too. Glad that you enjoyed it!

    Lauren x

  3. I actually can't accept the idea of Christmas without any snow. Yes, it looks really nice, and you obviously had a lot of fun there, and Christmas tree in the sun surrounded by green trees - cool but still there is no Christmas mood as for me.


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