After a another lovely morning at our hotel we set off for another day of exploration and yummy food finds
In my previous post, I said that Marrakesh was full of beautiful and interesting places to stay. Well, I found The Royal Mansour and developed total hotel envy and swiftly added it to my places to stay before I die bucket list. Believe me, every hint possible has been dropped to my husband about how delighted id be to stay here
During our stay at six senses Yao Noi, the weather took an early turn and the wet season came early. So whilst this meant that it was all glorious sunshine and sunbathing every day, it did mean that we got to see the island in a different light. It was no less breathtaking...
A good friend of mine was celebrating a big birthday. Having newly moved into out new home (which is my actual dream home) I invited her round for a birthday afternoon tea, and to give her the tour
Obviously, when we found out that the four seasons served afternoon tea we couldn't miss it. And when we discovered it was served overlooking the rice fields and the Mae rim valley it was a done deal
Now, afternoon teas are a bit of a passion of mine. Thankfully my husband has quite the penchant too... he is if we are being honest only there for the cake and sweet things (he's a massive sugar fan). So when he surprised me with afternoon tea at our hotel he knew he was hitting a home run.
Our first afternoon tea in Bangkok was at the TWG Tea salon. TWG have a few locations in Bangkok, and from what I saw all of them are lovely.
A travel, beauty and lifestyle blog with the occasional afternoon tea by Angelina Belle
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