Two weeks into the year and I am sure we have all thought about getting healthier, getting leaner or getting active. While I lived abroad, exercising was an issue always gnawing at the back of my head, but hardly becoming a reality. It had a little to do with my lack of time, and a lot to do with my lack of money. I did join a gym in Toronto, but the truth was that despite my determination, I always felt I wasn’t doing it right. So when I came back home, one of my brightest decisions was to get personal training.
One of the best parts of Fashion is pushing your creativity in order to make new, and unique combinations. Layering is an easy way of achieving originality on your look on a daily basis. A few days back, I grabbed a simple, off the shoulder, white dress that -TBH- hadn’t much going in for it, and layered it in a way that I would actually want to wear. I topped the dress with a sandy colour crochet vest, and again with a military style gilet. How do you guys feel about it?
On my last travel post, I showed a few images of my trip to Peru. Now, I want to share more amazing places that I visited within the country.
First was Cusco: a beautiful colonial town that has preserved the antique feeling. I stayed at the most adorable accommodation very close to the main plaza, the Aranwa Hotel (totally recommend it!). Since Cusco is located at an altitude above 3,000 mtrs, drinking coca tea is highly recommended to prevent altitude sickness.
For the rest of this trip, I spent four days submerged in an Inca experience, visiting various ruin sites along the Inca Sacred Valley. My voyage into this culture ended with the breathtaking Machu Picchu (pronounced Mah-choo Peej-choo). Here are a few of the shots that I took!