Monday, December 2, 2013


The best part about holidaying on a tropical island is that laziness is encouraged and that being active would take more willpower than most of us actually have. I had actually packed my trainers, thinking that we'd get up each morning and go bushwalking up into the mountains but, of course, that never eventuated. And thank goodness it didn't because I really needed to recharge after the all those late nights leading up to the wedding. Throughout the trip, James and I found ourselves cancelling more than a couple of planned activities in favour of doing as little as possible. Like the sunset cruise we had arranged to take part in. A gorgeous boat belonging to the resort would host an early evening of champagne and canapes. Trouble was, we woke up the morning of and realised that being on such a vessel would require us to interact with the other participants and just contemplating that expended way too much of our energy. This was the order of the day while we were away:

Lazy days spent by the water.

Pampering (Thanks to James' colleagues for the generous gift!)

Filling up.

Keeping Things Casual.

Watching the sun set.

Couple's Selfies.

And knowing that every day was going to be like this:

1 comment:

  1. I don't know, being lazy requires a lot of energy, it's very tiring. You did the right thing I say by laying low.


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