Friday, October 19, 2012

come cold

so in honor of the crappy weather we've been having lately, and the fact that i am starting to pack myself into michelin-man style outewear whenever i walk the dog, i decided to do like every other blogger; make a coat-hunt-collage. 
the coat season has truly kicked in, summer turned into fall in like 45 minutes, and fall is turning into a bitch of a winter, i can tell. probably not the winter everyone hopes for, white and beautiful, but rainy, wet and pissingly cold. so far, instead of looking for a new winter coat, I have been postponing my hunt to do some daydreaming instead. My mind waders off the the stunning beaches of asia, and winter coats are very far from that picture. BUT! reality hits me every time I make the mistake of looking in the mirror before i leave out for the dog walking. i can simply not look like that any more, all bum'ish in my mom's old down-jackets and whatnot.

i need a new winter coat. and that's something worth investing in, right?

I found some nice ones in this seasons light colors.

i also found some pretty cool ones in the dark section. i can't seem to stay away from the blacks can i? i have a black heart... my heart beats especially fast for that Mango lamb fur jacket. i predict a must-have developing!
any faves? please share if you lay in with other cool winter coat sources.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

back to my tripping - the reindeer went underwater

Missed me yet ;)?!?

So back to the endless pictures I have yet to show you from my travels. I just noticed I still have about 2000 pics left from australia alone, I haven't yet organized and edited to blog material. My last post was from Cairns, and I still have these dive photos to show before I move along down the coast to Airlie Beach.

So I'd like to show you some of the pictures I bought from the second diving trip I took in Cairns. This means the pics are taken by a underwater photographer, not me (hell, an underwater camera is as expensive as my entire 7 month trip! So instead of buying an underwater-camera and taking pictures in the tub, I decided to go on the trip see where I'm getting at.) 

The underwater world in the Great Barrier Reef is so spectacular and magnificent, and photos will never do it its rightful justice! But looking at these pics takes me back to the weightless feeling of floating around amongst heavenly scenery, in underwater wonderland.
Have a look at the coolest thing I've ever got to be a part of;
I got to feed and pet the turtle.
And FYI, me heart turtle!

I am going back at some point that's a fact. When I have more money, so that I can go diving every day!
The Great Barreir Reef is probably the most beautiful phenomenons I've ever seen. Im so happy I got to experience it.
It's worth every expensive AU dollar!