So a few weeks ago now I jetted off for 10 days in Malta with my friend and her 10 year old son.
Apologies for the lack of incredible photos, I daren't call myself a true blogger! To be honest for the majority of the 10 days the most I moved from my sun lounger was to grab a bottle of water or have a dip in the Pool to cool down. I really wanted to just switch off from life for a while, from work, my blog, my home life, from it all and I really did! So my camera didn't make it out much and I tended to use my phone for the few pics I did snap, so I apologise for the quality!
We stayed at the Luna hotel apartments, which we got for a really reasonable price and were really lovely. We went self catering which suited our needs and there was a shop next to the hotel so we just picked up a few bits to keep us going from there.
Our big day out was to the Aqua Park, which is a great day out and id recommend for any age. On the bus over there I got chatted up by a gorgeous foreign man, who had the most beautiful eyes and made me go super giggly! Sadly he didn’t speak a word of English and I didn’t have a clue what language he was speaking but we definitely had a moment!
The whole holiday was very relaxed and chilled out. Amazing how getting away you can really switch off and get a proper mellow feeling. I'm so used to running around juggling a thousand things that I forget that having some me time and being relaxed once and a while is so important for your well being.
I'd really recommend a trip to Malta, we did it pretty cheap with Ryan air flights and booking the hotel directly. We also went self catering and cooked for ourselves which was super easy and meant keeping out budget down. Malta is a really pretty country, most people spoke English and you can easily get around the Island on the buses which run regularly and only cost €1.50 for a day ticket!
I am now looking at what to do next year, I am desperate to go off travelling for a few months and I have a few ideas in the pipeline but I shall wait and see before I share with you all!