Dec 26, 2014

It's the most wonderful time of the year


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Dec 23, 2014

Winter essentials


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Dec 19, 2014

Christmas in Barcelona


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Dec 16, 2014

Cupcake


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Dec 11, 2014

Perfect match


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Dec 9, 2014

Gone with the wind


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Dec 5, 2014

Marylin Monroe was right


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Dec 3, 2014

Haiku


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Dec 1, 2014

Instagram #13

1. Memory from Menorca 2. & 3. Plaza España - Barcelona 4. Churros for breakfast
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Nov 28, 2014

Fall/Winter 2014/15


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Nov 26, 2014

Dancing in the rain


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Nov 24, 2014

Made in Peru


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Nov 21, 2014

The king of coats


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Nov 19, 2014

Labyrinth


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Nov 17, 2014

Verde que te quiero verde


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Nov 14, 2014

Discovering Serbia

You may (or not) know that every now and then I spend some days in my home country, Serbia. Well, that's what happened last month although this time my visit was very short. Still, the weekend was reserved for something different because I went on a little road trip. It was a beautiful, warm autumn day, perfect for enjoying it somewhere outside. First stop was Viminacium, one of the most important cities of this part of the ancient Roman Empire in a period between 1st and 4th century. There is much to be discovered yet, but these days you can see the mausoleum, tombs, domus, thermal baths and amphitheater. A special star of this place which doesn't have anything in common with Romans, but which is slowly becoming a symbol of Viminacum, is a completely preserved skeleton of a mammoth called Vika who lived 1 million years ago! It's one of the 3 preserved mammoths in Europe. The next and last stop was a nearby lake called Silver Lake, one of the popular touristic spots in the country. It's called silver because of the silver reflections that it gets from the sun in the afternoon. Its wooden houses and gardens inspired by fairy tales are the cutest thing I've seen! So no matter if you live in Serbia or you're planing to visit it, you can spend a weekend like I did. For more ideas like this, check out THIS post from last summer.
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Quizá ya sabéis (o no) que cada vez que puedo paso unos días en mi país natal, Serbia. Justo eso pasó el mes pasado y aunque mi visita fue muy corta, el finde estaba reservado para algo diferente y un pequeño viaje. Fue un día precioso de otoño cálido y apatecía disfrutarlo. Primera parada fue Viminacium, una de las ciudades más importantes en esa parte del Imperio romano, en el periodo entre el siglo 1 y 4. Aun queda mucho por descubrir pero hoy en día se puede visitar el mausoleo, tumbas, domus, baños termales y amfiteatro. Algo que no tiene nada que ver con los romanos pero que cada vez más se convierte en el símbolo de este sitio es el esceleto de un mamut totalmente preservado. Se llama Vika y vivió en la zona hace un millón de años! En Europa hay solo 3 y este es uno de ellos. La próxima y última parada fue el Lago de Plata, un popular sitio turístico. Debe su nombre a los reflejos plateados que aparecen por la tarde. Sus casitas de madera y jardines inspirados por cuentos son lo más dulce que he visto! Estos sitios son un buen plan si vais a visitar mi país. Si queréis más planes como este, AQUÍ tenéis el post que publiqué el verano pasado.
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Verovatno već znate (ili ne) da kad god sam u mogućnosti, provedem nekoliko dana u Srbiji. Tako je bilo i prošlog meseca mada je poseta bila najkraća do sada i drugačija, ali vikend je bio rezervisan za jedno malo putovanje. Prelep, topao jesenji dan je bio kao stvoren za tako nešto. Prvo mesto koje sam videla je Viminacijum, jedan od najvažnijih gradova ovog dela Rimskog carstva, u periodu između prvog i četvrtog veka. Još ima toliko toga što nije otkriveno, ali danas možete posetiti mauzolej, grobnice, domus, termalna kupatila i amfiteatar. Ono što nije vezano za celu ovu rimsku temu a ipak je postalo skoro pa zaštitni znak ovog mesta je potpuno očuvan skelet mamuta, starog milion godina! Zove se Vika i jedan je od 3 skeleta koji se nalaze u Evropi. Sledeće i poslednje mesto koje sam obišla je obližnje Srebrno jezero, popularno izletište u ovom delu Srbije. Svoje ime duguje srebrnom odsjaju koje sunce stvara u popodnevnim časovima. Drvene kućice i dvorišta inspirisana bajkama su nešto najslađe što sam videla! Bilo da živite u Srbiji ili planirate da je posetite, ova dva mesta su moja topla preporuka, a ako želite još ideja ovog tipa, pogledajte OVAJ post od prošlog leta.

Ph. by me, mom and dad :)

I wore:
Sweater: H&M
Pants: H&M
Bag: Paco Martinez
Sneakers: Zalando
Sunglasses: MiniInTheBox
Necklace: Born Pretty
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