Part II: Swimsuits worn in Barbados

I love how this cobalt blue looks on darker skin tones. I have had this one for over a year and was excited to finally break it in. It was purchased from Matte Collection. They have very affordable swimmies (about $12 per set) and you can almost always find a sale. They no longer have this one on their website, but there are quite a few delectable ones that I’d like to get my hands on. Will definitely share, if I do. I also rocked this vizor from Free People almost every time I went to the beach. I bought it early in the summer so it is no longer available, but you can find them er’ywhere. I left a link below for similar ones on Amazon as well as links to other bikinis by Matte Collection in this color.

Photos were taken at Coppacabana Beach Bar & Grill.

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Part I: Swimsuits worn in Barbados

I wasn’t sure if I should have made this a travel or fashion blog. I wanted to feature some of the places I went in Barbados but unfortunately, it was mostly partying so instead. I have created a short video from my insta-stores to share with you very soon. In the mean time, this is one of the many swimsuits I took with me on the trip. I will be posting a few more shortly. Enjoy and thanks for stopping by! Swim featured is from Zaras . See links below for similar ones as this one may no longer be available online.

Photos were taken in Christ Church.

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Not boasting or anything, but I’ve traveled to quite a few places and Cuba is by far my fave vaca spot!!! Actually scratch that-second to Barbados (my hometown) Cuba is by far my fave vaca spot! Before the new embargo, I was able to spend a few days there to celebrate my birthday. Cuba has an old world charm appeal, with its beautifully crafted architectural buildings, with long winding staircases and gigantic ornate doors. It is also a place where men, especially, are in all their glory with every model of vintage car they can dream of. Best of all, for a few CUCs (Cuban money), one can take a spin around Old Havana with the rooftop down and enjoy the scenic views while basking in the beautiful sunlight; with a cool breeze coming off of the Caribbean Sea or the Atlantic Ocean to cool you down. Below is a list of reasons why you should visit if you ever have the opportunity:

  • The people are kind, thoughtful, and very helpful;
  • The country is safe and have a very low crime rate;
  • The food served is organic (grown locally) and filled with flavor and also very inexpensive;
  • The country is safe and have a very low crime rate;
  • Beautiful beaches;
  • Vibrant night life;
  • Very reasonable accommodations; and The people are kind, thoughtful, and very helpful;
  • Vibrant night life;
  • Endless activities for tourists to take part in.
One of the highest peaks in Cuba
Everywhere you go there are beautiful vintage cars and I probably took a photo of each one I got close to.
Frolicking in a cave
Varadero Beach
Statue of Christ
One of the many buildings in Old Havana with ginormous doors
Every morning we were served the most delicious breakfast. I especially looked forward to the view and the pure goodness of the pineapple guava juice, which was freshly made each morning.

I am currently planning to go to my home country in a few days but would love to go to Thailand or one of the beautiful African countries soon. Do you have a list of places you want to travel to? If there was anywhere in the world you could travel to without any issues, where would that be? Leave your answer in the comment section below. Talk to you soon! XO