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Travel Therapy: Miami| South Beach,Ocean Waves, Tunic, Food et al


Like i promised, these are more pictures from my mini vacay in Miami.
The plan on South Beach was to seat and look pretty by the water, on the sand... but somehow, I ended up in the water.






...because a vacation is not complete without food, I will be sharing pictures of some of the yummy calories i consumed.Don't judge me, it was a vacation. :-)
I discovered this yummy Peruvian dish called ceviche and I have been craving it since i got back/
 No, not meatballs.I forget what it is called now
Tunic from TJ max

Have a great week all.

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  1. Love your tunic,looks like you had fun:)
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  2. would love to go to Miami. your mini vaca looks so beautiful. and the tunic is just so pretty on you - lola x

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  3. the tunic looks fantastic on you; I wish i was at your place; Life is not fair;LOL

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  4. love the colour of the tunic.

    plus i'm drooling at the dishes.

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  5. Love you tunic! I miss south beach and the nonstop fun ;)

    xoxo
    Stella

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  6. The food looks so yummy, love it ! and you look lovely darling

    wanna follow on facebook and GFC ?

    Kisses

    Hannah

    Elegantesque Blog

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  7. You are so lucky! You get to spend time in Miami, I wish I could do that. All that food looks soooo good! Yummy, You are making me hungry! LOL!

    I am gladly following pretty! Please try your best to follow back at http://allofthatgoodstuff.blogspot.ca/

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  8. I loved the blog ... Kisses.
    Visit and follow ...
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  9. love this post and also your blog! It's so nice!!! I follow you!
    Pass to my blog and if it likes you follow me too, I will be so glad :D
    kisses
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  10. Great post: I like these pictures so much!!
    What about following each other? Cosa mi metto???

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