I have regrettably been slipping from the blog front this month due to ridiculous work duties and by the looks of it, trying to cover as much of Europe as I can in the shortest amount of time! Driving from Innsbruck to Hossegor, from Hossegor to San Sebastian and back, then flying home to Innsbruck for a week to then fly out to Ericeira, Portugal. Then from Portugal to Exeter, UK, I then got back to Innsbruck yesterday. Phew!
A lot of nice countries and a lot of rain! The rain seams to follow me so to come back home yesterday to 32 degrees was such a treat!
While I was back in the UK I had some pictures from San Sebastian developed. I bought this cheap old camera from the market for €4 before I left and when I checked the photos out it really surprised me how decent it turned out to be.
We drove down to San Sebastian for the day, when we got there we hiked up this steep trail to a view point to look over the ocean and the city, it got the models all sweaty which wasn’t the plan but the view was worth it.
San Sebastian is a beautiful city, it was a shame we only had the day to explore but our Rhythm Ambassador Klas managed to jump into the dock, we stopped for tapas, walked along the wall at the beach front, climbed the view point, watched a wedding, watched a drumming band of kids and stopped off on the way home on the cliff point to cram in one last bit of scenery for the day!
So the last week I spent in Exeter was a manic one “remotely working” but either way it was great to be back at home seeing my sorely missed family and pals. Highlights would include attending my six year old brother’s reptile party where I got to shake hands with a tarantula, the bird eating spider. Having a Ryan Gosling film marathon while consuming as much caramel coffee and cake as possible. The latter is something I have not been able to indulge in since xmas. Sometimes you just need to eat cake and swoon over unobtainable heartthrobs.
I have been trying out some more healthy eating recipes and of course adding to the ever expanding porridge possibilities. I will try and rustle up some tips for next week’s blog post.