mid week break in south beach

myseastory in miami 1my mum was over visiting for a couple of weeks, and since she had to overnight in miami on the way to turks and caicos, julia and i flew over for a mid week break of a little bit of shopping, people watching and lots of city walking.

every time james and i go to miami, we rent a car and end up driving back and forth between target, whole foods, aventura mall and also the design district for out favorite restaurants. this time, we decided to stay in south beach, and although the south beach vibe is not exactly our thing, we were determined to enjoy it fully. Continue reading

turks and caicos art & craft expo

turks-and-caicos-art-and-craft-expo-1every year the TCFAF organizes the art & craft expo, showcasing the most beautiful arts and crafts made locally here in the turks and caicos. it took place last weekend, at the salt mills plaza, and we went to check it out. it was a sunny day, and after a very rainy week, it felt like pure joy! there was santa to take pictures with the kids, local roasted coffee for a caffeine fix, refreshing coconut water from our own coconut trees, mouthwatering macarons and also some delicious healthy snacks and drinks. Continue reading

hanging out at the beach the other day

hanging-out-at-the-beach-by-myseastory-3i haven’t posted any beachy pictures lately, and i know my friends and family back home are dying to see our white sandy beaches and turquoise sea, to make up for their cold and rainny days. Continue reading

le comptoir français / providenciales

le-comptoir-français-by-myseastoryif you live on island or have visited at least once, you surely have been to le bouchon du village, the french bistro located at the regent village. well, good news is le comptoir français, le bouchon’s “youngest brother”, has now opened just next door, and its perfect to grab something to go or to stock up on treats. Continue reading

on instagram lately / 02


with an improptu mid week break to miami, and my mum’s visit on island, november went by too fast, in a good way. the christmas festivities are right on, and this time around we’re feeling it more than ever (last time we spent christmas on island was in 2012), there are loads of kids activities, and although julia is not really aware, she sure enjoys being out and about.

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