Upon landing in Mauritius, I didn’t turn my phone on once. 100% disconnected, no social media, despite how gorgeous the sunsets were, they deserved to be on Instagram! We stayed in Albion which is on the west of the island, so had beautiful sunsets every single night at 6pm.
The sky would turn the most gorgeous shade of orange upon the sun disappearing beneath the clouds.
My days were lazy, reading 7 books and drinking ample amounts of coffee.
Although, I did partake in my favourite past-time, the trapeze. I would happily swap my job for one in the circus. There is a baby trapeze rig in Glasgow, but there is something incredible about spending your afternoon in the sun swinging.
There were plenty of tankers going into port at Port Louis with plenty of cargo.
An old forever 21 dress, and slightly wavy bleached blonde hair.
Another day, another gorgeous sunset.
Tan and bubbles.
We took a boat-trip up the East coast of the island. Years ago on a school trip, I had got lost on this very island. So my parents were trying to ask if I knew where I was!
Could the water be a more gorgeous colour?
Even with grey and darkening skies, the water still sparkles.
Picture perfect holiday nails, hot pink and a glittery accent nail.
Yet more time swinging on the trapeze.
I ate an unreasonable amount of passion fruit, probably what I will miss most! You just can’t beat cutting the fruit straight open, with the juice oozing out!