Eyelet Cover-Up

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Welcome to Covo De Saraceni, a stunning gem of a hotel located right on the main beach in Positano (Spiaggia Grande). It took me almost three full days before I was able to enunciate the name of this hotel with the proper gusto that it deserved (and without embarrassing myself, of course haha!)  The white walls, decor and vines felt …

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Take The Plunge

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After arriving in Monterosso, our lovely host picked us up and drove two minutes up a winding road where our picture-perfect B&B was nestled high atop the hillside.  Everything was very well kept; not a pebble out of place or a hedge untrimmed. Our room was small and cozy, but every imaginable convenience seemed to be at our fingertips.  Just a few steps …

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Mango Delight

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I usually don't kick off the week with a bikini post, but what the heck!  I thought I'd feature another one of my colourful Brazil style bikinis from Lumieres de Baia.  These photos were taken on the gorgeous white sand beaches of Montego Bay's Half Moon Resort & Spa during my trip to Jamaica earlier this summer.  The wooden bungalow you see in the …

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Sporty VS Swim

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Hey babes, this is my second last bikini shoot from Jamaica. I remember this day being particularly hot… so hot, in fact, that I was hopping around on the pavement to prevent my feet from being scalded ha. I love the seclusion of this little pool area that we stumbled upon during our short stay at the Half Moon Resort. …

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Animal Print

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Apparently (and I know this may not be entirely factual), the name bikini was coined by a French engineer in the 1940s who named it after Bikini Island where the U.S. was testing the atomic bomb.  They say the sight of the first woman in the minimal two-piece design was as explosive as the detonation of the atomic bomb, hence the name …

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