Monday, 11 July 2016

Photo Diary: Hisaronu, Turkey


Hi huns, I am back from Turkey. Unfortunately. That means no more scheduled posts or tweets from me because lol I'm actually very unorganised and can't cope with that amount of stress. Yay for spontaneity. 

How else am I going to tell you all about my holiday other without making a photo diary? Besides, a photo can say a thousand words (and I actually spent 90% of the time napping my hangovers away on a sunbed but we'll look past that). I came back with a bomb ass tan, having made new friends and a constant craving for cherry juice. Trust me, it's amazing. 

For anyone who may be interested, I stayed at the Ocean Blue High Class hotel in Hisaronu - around 50 minutes from Dalaman airport. Hisaronu is a beautiful village turned resort and I'd recommend it to anyone. I guarantee you won't meet a friendlier bunch of locals anywhere else in the world.






One day we decided to get the bus into Fethiye, a town not too far from Hisaronu, to visit the marina. Sounds lovely doesn't it? And it was, until it reached 40 degrees and you were walking around in it. We quickly found a McDonald's and took refuge in there to cool down. 








(Attempting to look natural, but instead look like I've seen something v interesting on my toenail)



(Much better #Vogue)

(A nugget fix is always necessary)

As we didn't really fancy doing any trips or excursions this holiday due to the heat, me and my momma popped down to the beach one night to watch the sunset and ended up in a lovely italian restaurant. The restaurant was situated down a side street just off the Olu Deniz main strip and honestly, the food was incredible... But me being me felt like an awkward blogger and didn't want to photograph it - just take my word for it ok.








To finish off this post, I thought I'd gather a few miscellaneous photos of Hisaronu, the main strip, food, etc. You know the drill. 





(The nicest bread you will ever eat)





(Goodbye Turkey, see you in September)

I do apologise for the complete mismatch of photos but you should know me by now, I don't plan these things. Luckily for me, I've booked to go back at the end of September because sweet jesus, these Turkey withdrawals are bad.  

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  1. Wow! Looks beautiful there!

    Renee | Life After Lux

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  2. Looks lovely, the pool looks so inviting and your giving me major holiday envy!

    www.whynotblog.co.uk

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    1. Aw I'm sorry hehe (totally not sorry)! x

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  3. This place looks absolutely gorgeous, not to mention how good the food looks! I've always wanted to go to Turkey (or any place, really) and I'm sure photos don't do it's justice. Loving the post :) xx

    Kyia at WANDERLUSTGIRL// lifestyle & beauty
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    1. The photos really don't do it justice, it's a seriously beautiful country. I never appreciated it when I was younger but now, I could move there in a heartbeat! x

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  4. The resort looks gorgeous omg *heart eyes*
    That part of Turkey looks so much nicer than where I went when I was a teenager, I'd love to visit! I'm so so glad you had an amazing time - you deserve it, girl!

    Teri-May xx
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    1. I believe there probably are some "ugly" areas haha, you just have to seek out the good spots, which Hisaronu definitely is! x

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  5. Your hotel looks dreamy!! I am very jealous! You got some amazing photos too!! I am glad you had a lovely time!! Xx

    Thrifty vintage fashion

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    1. It was an incredible hotel, I already can't wait to stay there again next year! x

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  6. I love photo posts. Looks lovely and glad you had a great time. What camera have you used your photos are really crisp and clear? I need to get my post up before its time for my next holiday haha!

    Love Hannah xx

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    1. Aw thanks lovely! I already tweeted you my reply but for anyone else reading, I used the Olympus Pen. x

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  7. It looks beautiful there and I love your outfit. Also loving the nugget flat lay!!

    Hope you had an amazing holiday lovely

    Hannah xx

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    1. You know me, always gotta include nuggets somewhere! x

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  8. It really looks lovely where you were! I never really imagined turkey to look like this (I thought it'd be more "touristy" idk) but such pretty photos! Also, don't worry, you look fab and I'm always awks getting outfit photos;) xxx

    Jasmine || http://www.blogsallbeautyy.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I know what you mean, I totally didn't know what to expect when I went for the first time but I completely fell in love with the place! x

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  9. Oh it looks amazing! I've only ever been to Turkey once (cannot remember where abouts!) and yeah, the locals were so lovely! Jealous of your week spent in that heat and the lovely tan haha!

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  10. Nice blogpost. I've been to Fethiye, Hisaronu and Oludeniz for almost 7 years and I never went in the high summer season because it is too hot overthere. Didn't you do any diving with European Diving Centre? The owner is a couple from the UK. I love Fethiye and I love Turkey but my next trip will be my homeland Indonesia and especially Bali! Great post and keep on writing. Greets

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