Back in January when I went to Lanzarote I wrote a blog post about my visit and I told you guys I’d document my travels throughout the year on the blog. I recently just came back from Alcudia, Mallorca and I’m very eager to share some photos from my time there.
My last ‘travel’ post was more wordy than this one will be; this is more of a photo diary styled blog post. I’ve been having a bit of a break from writing recently. I’ve been dedicating my time to doing more reading so I’ve allowed my blog etc. to take a backseat. I’m hoping to dedicate more time and get back in to the swing of things real soon. This is going to be something of a photo dump – if travel posts or photos are your thing then keep on scrolling. If not I hope you’ll pop back soon as I have lots of content up my sleeve!
I must add, Alcudia was one of the most stunning and tranquil places I’ve been to and I’d go back in a heartbeat. It was absolutely lush and I felt a week wasn’t enough time to take everything in. It was actually a family holiday with my boyfriend’s side and we stayed in a villa; the accommodation was perfect. It had its own pool, a pool table, table tennis, three bathrooms, four bedrooms, it was in a quiet area but near enough to everything. It was bliss. I hadn’t really done family holidays before so it was a pretty big deal for me but I thoroughly enjoyed myself. I’m enduring severe holiday blues now just thinking of Mallorca so I’ll let the photos do the talking!
I have a lot more photos than the ones I’ve included but I don’t want to bombard you all so these will do for now. I had such a wonderful time in Mallorca and I could have stayed much longer than a week. I wish I could back and do it all over again. I’ve got 2 more holidays this summer so I promise to write more in depth about the next two, but for now, that’s Alcudia. It was sublime.
I’m off to Kos in Greece on the 20th of August (the day after my birthday, hooray!) so keep your eyes peeled for more travel related posts. I’m also away another holiday in September, bit of a jet-setter this year, so I am!
Until next time,