And so it draws to a close.

After almost 4 weeks in Northern Cyprus our vacation is over.  It is bitter sweet – I’m excited to get back to a routine and see our dog, but I’ll be sad to leave this beautiful place.  We have seen more than I ever imagined, eaten fabulous food and met some wonderful people.

On Sunday we went out to our local restaurant for the penultimate time.  Remind me to never drink raki again – I’m not sure why I ever thought it was a good idea?

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Sandals – bow cage sandals from Marks and Spencer // Trousers – Mango // Tank – H&M

See if you can spot the errors in the meze menu – regardless of how it’s spelled it tasted amazing I promise!

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Nasty, nasty raki.

 

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On Monday we headed out for a drive, via Bufavento and Five Finger Mountain, towards Kantara again.  Just when I needed it most, we serendipitously stumbled on the most perfect restaurant nestled between the mountains.  They served the coldest Efes and the tastiest Lamaçun – perfect for a girl still suffering from the effects of raki!

Five Finger Mountain

 

Dress – New Look (Just 9 GBP in the sale!!)

So today we must pack our bags and lie on the beach one last time soaking up the rays of the Mediterranean.

I probably won’t post till I am back in Atlanta, and we’re taking our time getting there with one last stop at my Mum and Dad’s.  In the meantime you might notice that James Perse are having another sample sale – there are some amazing discounts – you can access it via the banner ads on the right.  Also Boden have released their Fall collection!! For free shipping and 15% discount, again use the banner ads to the right.  Enjoy!

 

14 thoughts on “And so it draws to a close.

  1. Kristine

    I have been following all your family holiday adventures from facebook, your blog and instagram 🙂 Seems that you had a wonderful family time! And about raki – well that’s something i don’t want to try again as well 🙂 Have a safe flight back home!

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    1. Poppy's Style Post author

      Thank you Kristine! It really was amazing and it was lovely seeing the children assimilate to a new culture so well. As for raki – ’tis the juice of the devil. NEVER AGAIN.

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    1. Poppy's Style Post author

      We made it back safely Helen – though the flight was horribly bumpy due to storms here – it seems we have left the great weather behind us!

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    1. Poppy's Style Post author

      Thanks Fiona – it is great to be home. Vacations are good for the body and mind:) x

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  2. silverbrogues

    Jealous, all sounds like pure bliss! I’m impressed you’ve kept posting throughout, it’s been lovely hearing all your adventures:) Gorgeous Mango trousers:)

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    1. Poppy's Style Post author

      Thank you! And it was bliss – though I was ready to return home – 4 weeks without home comforts is quite a long time:) The trousers were cheap as chips in the Mango sale – so comfy and light – perfect for holidays! x

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  3. Anonymous

    I love reading your’ blog and have thoroughly enjoyed your’ travelogue. Safe journey home and I look forward to all your future posts.

    Helen xx

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    1. Poppy's Style Post author

      Thank you so much Helen – I enjoyed documenting it! I’ll be back to full blogging mode today – though the jet lag still lingers – it’s a weird feeling! x

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