go to link I recently took a girls trip to Kos, Greece, with my girl Dionne Bromfield. We decided to do a seven night all inclusive holiday as we had both never gone all inclusive before and honestly it was INCREDIBLE! The food at the resort we stayed at was consistently amazing, with so many options both healthy and the latter. ???

http://nebraskaturfgrass.com/about/board-of-directors The architecture of the resort itself was mind-blowing. All white bungalows facing the crystal blue sea with nice little balconies for you to relax on after a day of sunbathing or exploring. We decided to have a super relaxed holiday with no set plans and we took the first day to just relax and adjust to the climate of Greece (the heat was crazy!).

Although there were a few excursions here and there, Dionne and I found that there was not very much else to do in Kos unfortunately. We visited the gorgeous old town and walked around the marina hoping we could bag ourselves a nice yacht tour but we didn’t like what was on offer. We rented a quad bike and attempted to go to the thermal springs but that too was an epic failure, hilarious but a failure!

All in all we had an incredibly memorable trip, it was a real great bonding experience for Dionne and myself. I cannot recommend the Dimitra Beach Resort enough! The private beach is such a nice touch to an already mind-blowing hotel with lovely, helpful staff.

Enjoy the pics and see ya on the next trip! Ax

 

I felt like I had wanted to go to New York for an eternity! Stepping off the plane I was so incredibly excited to finally be in the concrete jungle! Every skyscraper we went past was met with an “ohhh” and “ahhh” and I wanted to stop and stare at everything.

The next morning we jumped straight into the experience, we started with a two hour walking tour that took us to all the famous sites (Central Park, The Rockefeller Center, Grand Central Station etc.) and our amazing tour guide filled us with the history of how the famous city was built. Our main agenda aside from the sites was of course food. I had a list of places I wanted to visit and we hopped right to it, we had tasty tacos and freshly made mini doughnuts at Chelsea Market, we went to Ellen Stardust, one of NY’s most famous diners, where the waiters sing as they serve you, and we had Korean fried chicken amongst other things.

We went for 8 days, which we found to be ideal because it meant we could do a bit of everything without rushing. We took our time at the MET museum and soaked up some rays at the top of the Rockefeller center (Overpriced at $60 per person but had amazing views of the whole city). All in all we had such an amazing time. If you ever get a chance definitely go! NY has so much to offer.

Checkout our list of recommended places to eat if you do go to NY.