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Relaxing Goan times, part 1

I have a habit. I always write reports from my past vacation while being on the new one. Normally I write it all in the bulk and scheldule it but this time I actually had a chance to update along a way. As far as you see I am not nearly as ready to blog as I though I would. Or may be I am just having too much fun cycling in Cyprus yet again. Even though I have to mention this time is way more fun.

Anyway today's post is about my vacation in December 2018. We went to India Goa for a week. I was so very much relaxed, I didn't really push myself to do anything but yoga and chill. This vacation was a close reminder of my trip to Maldives years back. My first post of the series will cover Chapora fort photos and exploration. By the way, the photo from above is my facebook avatar. Well... why not?

I think nobody wear more during Goan times. Shorts, t-shirt or a top, flip flops and some accessories (sunnies are a must!). Do you like Hello Kitty?

I was wearing:
c/o Zaful shorts

Meet: Jacqueline City

I am officially on vacation now! But even though I am enjoying myself right now I still think of you guys! So I have something nice made for you: posts! And today is definitely special. It is an interview with lovely and super talented person. Make sure to shop or at least take a look!

1 First of all tell my readers a little bit about yourself. How did you come up with your clothing line idea?

Hello, I’m Jacqueline City, a 22 year old disabled artist, petite model and entrepreneur. Ever since I was an infant, I’ve been obsessed with fashion. One of the earliest stories my mother and grandmother love telling of me as a child is when I would pull dresses down from the racks into my coach before I could ever speak. I taught myself to sew from a children’s book at about 6 or 7 and went on to get a kids sewing machine by 10. I would visit the rows of fabric stores in my hometown of Philadelphia, shopping for fabrics, buttons, and decor. The idea of a clothing collection and online store cam…

Weekend getaway

Last weekend I spent magically surrounded by wonderful people traveling my all! So enjoyable.
We took off late on Friday just to be in St.-Petersburg at 5 o'clock in the morning. All this for one: to get on a bus to Finland in time. It wasn't my first time there but I haven't seen the towns we headed to. Kotka and Hamina were lovely and full of super enjoyable snow. I love how cute and neat Finnish towns are! Never the same yet bearing the sibling resemblance. We walked and walked laughing all the way. It's been years since I traveled in such a big group and enjoyed more than I planned!

Kotka and Hamina views: