Tuesday, 29 July 2014

(proof that mum actually can handle a camera)

By now you probably have figured out that I live behind my camera as fast as I travel or go, anywhere. Yesterday I came home from my family's annual travel to our summer house (we also celebrate Easter there). As always I photographed way too much and here is a summary of the 100+ pictures. The pink bikini I'm wearing is from H&M and I bought it a few years ago, you can find a similar from H&M here.

Åsele Marknad | Day 3 & 4

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

I may have bought one too many of these...

Jump rope meets Zumba

Everyday I'm shufflin'

Gina Tricot peplum top | Manhattan Mode shorts

150 000 besökare och stekande sol. Jag kan bara gissa hur mycket dricka och glass det gick åt för alla som ville svalka sig. Jag var bara där 2 av 4 dagar men jag måste ha köpt över 10 vattenflaskor.

Under 2 dagar så har jag; mött en pirat, sett Panetoz live, köpt en drömfångare, kan ha köpt lite för mycket godis (som vanligt alltså), ätit mig tjock på langos och insett hur otroligt otränad jag är när jag såg på uppvisningen av Lyckseles Hopprepslag - kolla bilderna ovan.

150 000 visitors and blazing sun. I can only guess how much water and ice cream were spent by everyone who wanted to cool off. I was only there 2 of 4 days but I must have bought over 10 water bottles.

During these 2 days I have; met a pirate, seen Panetoz live, bought a dreamcatcher, may have bought a little too much sweets (as always), gone fat on langos and realized how incredibly out of shape I am when I saw a demonstration by Lycksele's Jumping Rope Team - check out the pictures above.

Vännäsdagarna | Day 1

Friday, 11 July 2014

From my Instagram earlier today

Topshop dress - similar | H&M cut out boots

Idag var första dagen av Vännäsdagarna. Tivoli, glass, musik, lite mer glass, jakt på lite skugga och en massa vandrande mellan marknadsstånd.

Today was the first day of Vännäsdagarna. Amusment park, ice cream, music, a little more ice cream, hunting for a place to hide from the sun and a lot of wandering between market stalls.

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