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Travel Therapy: Provincetown, Cape Cod

 After my trip to Martha's Vineyard two summers ago (post here), I vowed to visit a different Cape Cod town every summer. However, summer 2015 was packed and I couldn't make it down to the Cape as planned. Then came summer 2016, and my friend Bee who was visiting from Nigeria agreed that a visit to Provincetown, Cape Cod was a must... whoop!

One of the most notable spots in Cape Cod, P- Town is a small seaside town with lovely beaches, lively streets, colorful nightclubs and art galleries. P-Town offers a diverse choice of activities, and Bee and I were able to enjoy our time there by partaking in different activities at various points of the trip. Below is what we got up to in this perfect vacay spot!
While waiting for the ferry to P-Town, we got pooped on by a bird.  This is my angry bird face!
Yay! We are here
We started out by walking the pier and making our way to Commercial street, which houses most of the restaurants and shops
Commercial street was bustling with so much tourist activity
We encountered so many colorful buildings
 This one in particular caught my eye
More colors on Commercial Street
A giant hersey for!
Pizza, sushi, anyone?
Perhaps the sign will turn to ice cream if I stare long enough
My travel buddy Bee, defying gravity with her
I thought this backdrop was interesting
Yes, I am a happy camper
Oooh, yellow stripes! Count me in
More "colorfulness"
Oooh cute abs, house
I had my first lobster roll ever!
Then my friend Bee rented a bicycle, and I went off to the beach
Soaking in the view at East End beach
How picturesque
How cute is this beach house?
When I was done at the beach, I headed off to East End Gallery District
Interesting art work
I thought the Governor Bradford Restaurant was so pretty
Pilgrims monument was built to commemorate "The Pilgrims’ first landing in the New World"

While, the morning started with bird poop, the evening ended on a beautiful note with this pretty sunset.

Hope you enjoyed my Province Town adventures. Have a great weekend!


  1. lol at your angry bird face.That's some good luck there.hehe!Please take me next time.I'll be your handbag carrier:-D

  2. Fabulous place ! Your photos are gorgeous. Kisses :)

  3. The photos are so lovely, Provincetown is beautiful - I love all the colorful houses. Also like how you combined the colors in your outfit. Please head on over to my blog, the New Beginnings Hair Growth Challenge is officially over, xx

  4. Lol @ your angry bird face. I just added this place to my bucket list. Omy goodness it looks so colorful and fun. Such vibrance.

  5. I'm glad I can visit Cape Cod towns through you since I've never been. So many beautiful colors there.

  6. What a lovely day and amazing pics.

  7. Wow, so colorful place, I love it!!!
    Cool red pants babe!!!
    Kisses, Paola.


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  8. Show d imagens look maravilhoso amei, bom final de semana e obrigado pela visita

  9. Wonderful Pictures! The red Trousers suits you very well, you look beautiful <3

    Have a great Weekend, lovely Greetings :)

  10. Amazing pics!
    Have a nice week-end!
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  11. The colorful houses are beautiful, really nice pictures! :) x

  12. Happy new week babe.

  13. The picture quality is amazing. Everywhere looks so beautiful and your angry bird face is hilarious
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  14. Have a great day beautiful.


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