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Mountain climb. Nexus

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We couldn't leave without walking on a mountain. The chance is just too tempting! And it worth it. It was very hot, the road is not really supposed to be walked (normally people take a buggy to get there) but we did it. The reward were two the most breathtaking dolmens we seen during the trip. We even took some time to relax and think near them. They are so ancient and wise. Also the views where charming.
I wore super simple outfit, I actually can't really call it an ootd for real. But the way I styled my awesome shorts from Zaful makes me proud. A scarf transformed into a belt - cute, right? Also if you are interested in Zaful and want to know more about them - please check one of latest post here.




And to finish off the post here are the sights (actually the reason I posted this anyway):








  

I was wearing:
c/o Zaful shorts (get the same here)
Nike cap and sneakers
Mango top (very old)
c/o Wearshare bracelets

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. Such a lovely relaxed, casual look and lovely location! xx

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  2. Wow...beautiful photos. I love hiking <3 It always make me feel amazing afterwards.

    xo Azu

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  3. Ah~ that's a beautiful place! You have awesome photos too^^
    Thanks for sharing, dear:)

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  4. wow beautiful views and you look very pretty:)
    Have a nice day:)
    kisses

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  5. Lovely photos! I love how you've used a scarf as a belt, very boho! xxx

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