I have moved 🏡 SO many times in my life and I am used to it by now, but this time is harder. We are trying to move somewhere where we want to really establish ourselves and eventually get a house. We are debating between a few cities in South Carolina and North Carolina (mostly North Carolina)! But there are so many options to choose from 🙈! Any suggestions 😊. That said - this super comfy and cute top is from @sympli
, I love this brand since they create beautiful clothes for women of all ages and body types! Plus the clothes are high quality and really easy to take care of (no ironing or dry cleaning 💃🏽). ——————————————————
Photos by @kefaophotography
Wow! I definitely never thought I would ever visit Croatia 🇭🇷 , but my husband talked me into it and I am so glad he did! We have been in Zagreb for two weeks. It is such a beautiful, clean, safe & fun city to be in. The highlight of our visit here was definitely our Market & Food tour with Max from @zagreb_urbanadventures.
We met with him & the small group in the morning and we started with an introduction of the history of the city which was super interesting. From there we went to the local market - Max explained to us how the market works, where the products come from & we started tasting some fresh local products. It was so delicious & the experience was super fun. After tasting so many products, we went to a Tavern where we had a Zagreb breakfast, which interestingly enough started with a shot of alcohol "for oral higiene" 😜. Everything was so tasty & delicious. Apart from the food, the reason why I loved this tour so much is that we got to speak with our guide who knows A LOT about the history and the culture and we got to learn so much about this country which makes us appreciate it even more. Our experience went so well that we went out for coffee ☕️ with Max again. —————————————-
Budapest 🇭🇺 is definitely not a place that I ever thought I would visit, just because I didn’t know much about it. But I am SO glad that I did. I LOVE that city, it is so modern, clean, filled with history and a ton of nice restaurants and coffee shops. When we saw that @bitemojo
offered a food tour in that city, we really wanted to do it! It was by far one of the most interesting food tours that we did so far! We tried things that we never had before and the portions were so generous that we had to split the tour in two days! My personal favorite from all the bites was the goulash, the meat was so tender and flavorful 😋. You have to do that tour if you visit Budapest it is totally worth it! —————————————-
Hello everyone & happy Sunday!
I took a little break from Instagram in the last two weeks to work on other projects but I am back & ready to share some exciting collaborations that we have been doing in the next few days! Can you believe that we have been traveling for 3 months already?! Where did the time go? Kefa & I will be going live tomorrow at 4pm ET. So much has happened since the last time we did a live video in Nice, France, so if you have any questions, please write them in the comments & we will try to answer them tomorrow!
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In the mean time, here is a video where you get to see how one of my previous pictures was shot! —————————————-
Guess what?! 🤷🏻♀️ We did another food tour (SWIPE TO SEE ALL PICS) with @bitemojo
during our stay in Roma 🇮🇹. We had done the Lisbon food tour with them back in November and it was fantastic 👌🏼 so when I saw that they had one in Rome, I really wanted to do it! The tour is self-guided, and you get to try 6 different foods from different locations. We enjoyed really tasty local food (salami, artichoke, pizza, delicious pastrami sandwiches, tiramisu and more) and we got to see several attractions between each stop. They offer tours in many cities in Europe, so you should definitely check them out! 😊. —
PS: Check out my Instastories for some videos from the tour
Who doesn’t love an Italian Nonna 👵🏻 ? -these lovely Italian grandmothers who feed you to death! When we heard about “Handmade Pasta With Nonna Nerina” - an amazing 5-star experience here in Rome, we just had to do it. The experience involves going to Nonna Nerina’s house in a charming medieval village just outside of Rome to learn how to cook fresh pasta and other Italian dishes. Nonna and her family are super welcoming. Upon arrival, we were met with drinks and freshly made bruschetta. From there, the real fun began. Nonna taught us how to make 3 different types of fresh pasta, meat-stuffed canelonis, and spinach and cheese ravioli. We crowned off the evening with coffee and dessert. The experience was so much fun, and it was a pleasure getting to know Nonna and her family. —————————————-
Happy Monday guys! What is more delicious than italian gelato 🍧 ?! I can’t think of anything 😋! Wearrived in Rome two days ago. Prior to that, we stayed in a super small medieval village where we were surrounded by mountains and super friendly people! As much as I enjoyed the quiet time in the village, I am happy to be here in Rome where there are so many things to see and do! When you travel, do you usually prefer being in the city or in remote areas? —————————————-
I’m walking into 2019 while also remembering 2018.
So many great things happened last year. I started this page back in April and I’ve been amazed at the number collaborations & opportunities we’ve able to get thanks to it. In August,we got to spend a lot of time with my family in Canada, but the most fun & exciting thing by far was leaving NY for our Europe trip - without knowing when we would be coming back to the States! We have been traveling for two months already & we still don’t have a definite return date. We plan everything week by week and it’s been so enjoyable thus far! I am really looking forward to this year & what God has in store for us! What is the most exciting thing that happened to you this past year? ———————————
Photographed in La Spezia, Italy 🇮🇹
Happy Sunday everyone! In case you didn’t know, my husband Kefa is SO involved in my Instagram page, he is the one that takes my pictures 📸 and he helps me so much with all the technical stuff. So that you can know him better, I wrote 10 fun facts about him! Let me know what fact is your favorite! —
1- Lentils are his worst nightmare.
2- He practices the floss dance several hours a week (in front of the mirror, in the bathroom, in the kitchen..) and he definitely has gotten much better at it!
3- Wires drive him crazy, especially tv wires, they should’nt be visible.
4- When he orders something online, IT BETTER arrive on time, however when he receives it, it´s left unopened for at least a week...
5-He LOVES Irish music. especially songs about goats and mountains (WEIRDO!). 6- Snakes are evil, he can´t even look at them on TV. (once we went to a forest and he saw a snake in the bushes, he took me by the hand and said that we should leave immediately). 7- Eggs and ketchup are meant to be together. (EW!)
8- He has to sleep in complete darkness as if he were dracula... 9- Doing laundry is the worst chore ever (I once found him asleep on the bed, exhausted after doing laundry). 10- It drives him crazy when we sing together and I sing out of rhythm (sometimes I do it on purpose because his reaction is just too funny!) —————————————-
“I dreamed a dream..” Happy Friday!
I hope that everyone had an amazing Christmas 🎄 ! I had a great time with hubby cooking at home and watching movies. The year is coming to an end and I have so many personal and professional projects for the new year, I will be sharing more soon! Is there anything you are looking forward to in this new year? —————————————-
Photo by @kefaophotography
SWIPE to vote for who did the dip better - Team Sara or Team Kefa haha
Merry Christmas in our weird, fun, special way 😜 -
I hope you are all having a great day with your loved ones. I am here in Italy with mi media naranja. It’s been a good day with warm beautiful weather and good food.