Hello from Sylt!

I am not flying to Las Vegas this year. As much as I wanted to as much do I feel, that it is better for me to stay here this year and not travel to Sin City. Many of my friends are not going this year and even though my best friend is going this year for five weeks, last year was just that little bit too long. I take a break this year and next year I am heading to Vegas again.

Instead of partying in what is probably the best city to party in, I headed to Sylt, a small, quiet island in Northern Germany. It’s part of the Nordfriesland district and it’s known for the distinctive shape of its shoreline. It’s a resort for the German jet set, and it’s very common to spot celebrities here during the summer season.

Let me tell you, I am not the biggest fan of Sylt. First, it hardly ever gets very warm here and the sea is too cold for me to swim in. However, the air is fantastic and I am planning to take some longer walks around the island and the dunes. I also want to visit the Restaurant Sansibar while I am here.

My aunt lives here at the moment and I haven’t seen her since last year when I was in Istanbul with her for a week, so I am really looking forward to spend some time with her here. I am trying to relax as much as possible after the last few weeks have been so stressful. I want to try and blog a little while I am here. Graham&Brown have asked me to become one of their new brand ambassadors and if you know me, you know how passionate I am about interior design. So, tonight, it’s Latino Party here in Hörnum and my aunt has asked me to take pictures of the party guests. There will also be two be two professional dancers. We are hoping to have a full house tonight.

Have you been to Sylt? Can you recommend a few places?

1 Comment

  1. June 13, 2015 / 10:06 pm

    I've been looking at Sylt for ages as somewhere to visit at some point (it's just a bit of a pain to get to from London), it looks beautiful.

    Lisa | Not Quite Enough

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