#Wales is lovely. #Cardiff is lovely. Cracking an escape room with 20 seconds to spare is lovely. Ending up being “randomly allocated” onto the front row of the Glee club is scary, but lovely.
Spending a weekend in the sun with your best mate who you haven’t seen in months - lovely stuff! 🏴
THE MAGELLAN SUTERA RESORT .
7 Nights in a Deluxe Garden View Room
Return airfares with Malaysia Airlines
Return private airport transfers
Free upgrade to a Deluxe Seaview Room
One buffet dinner at Five Sails for two
One sunset drink (beer or soft drink) at the Tarik's Lounge for two
10% Discount off the total bill on food and beverage dining outlets resort-wide, discount is not applicable on alcohol, tobacco and promotional items
Purchase any full priced massage treatment , the 2nd person will receive 50% off at the Mandara Spa of the Magellan Sutera Resort
Complimentary access to fitness centre at The Pacific Sutera Hotel & Marina Country Club
The Magellan Sutera Resort & Country Club is a magnificent 5-star resort nestled on the beach in Kota Kinabalu. The grand entrance is a majestic longhouse style lobby with fine timber furnishings and traditional handicrafts.
This resort is a favourite with families and couples and those seeking a relaxing tropical holiday in Borneo. The suites are lavishly decorated and present fabulous views of beautifully manicured gardens of the South China Sea, set against a backdrop of the islands of Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park.
Spend the day relaxing by one of their swimming pools, practice your swing at the Country Club award winning course or enjoy a meal or cocktail at one of the many restaurants or bars. There is an impressive range of facilities and activities on offer for the whole family.
SYDNEY FROM $1,649PP
Valid for Travel:
01 May–30 Jun 19
01 Sep–30 Nov 19
Season Surcharges Apply:
01–14 Jul 19
01–29 Dec 19
01–22 Jan 20
Черепаховый - хит сезона🐢
Серьги с принтом, напоминающим черепаховый панцирь, в наличии, но остались только две верхние пары🙌🏻
Серьги-кружки с тёмным рисунком - 15р
Серьги-колечки с рисунком посветлее - 10р
Samoa was so relaxing!! We didnt have the best weather all through but it still was amazing. My day went, eat, read, snorkel, drink, sleep, drink, eat, read, swim, eat, sleep, and in repeat for 7 days. Can't wait to be somewhere on the sand again with the sound of the waves 🌊🏖
615 minutes ago
Happy 38th Birthday bish. I love you x
1615 minutes ago
Petite recette saine et équilibrée !
"La tarte provençale" 👌
415 minutes ago
Day 24 #marchmeetthemaker Customers/Feedback
A lovely customer in Canada commissioned a pair of linen aprons for her girls which I loved designing and making. Thanks @livnwest for the lovely photos and feedback ❤️
“Heirloom quality aprons. These were beautifully made. The linen material is top notch quality. They came out even better than I had envisioned. They shipped in great time and the packaging was lovely. These will be kept to be passed down in the family”
We spent a lot of oir time in Chiang Mai researching a way to see to see elephants in Northern Thailand without supporting really shit practices. While consumer sentiment has meant there are loads more camps which market themselves as ethical since i was last there, seemingly ethical places do sometimes get exposed for treating elephants poorly etc. We really didn't want to support this but on the flip side elephants in the wild are at a much higher risk of being poached for their ivory and proctection areas do need tourism to survive
In the end we settled for a village run sanctuary of 7 elephants. The sanctuaries prohibit riding of the elephants and keep them in a sectioned area to protect from poaching, but require tourism to keep running which seemed about as good for the elephants as we could find. Anyone know anything more about whether or not these places do actually operate to conserve the animals?