Lifestyle Monthly Favourites

September Favourites 2019


Chain Reaction – Diana Ross

This is a 80’s R&B song written by the Bee Gees and sung by Diana Ross, with sexual hints. I loved the melody and the lyrics sounded so erotic to my ears…

Mad World – Imagine Dragons

Originally sung in 1982 by Tears of Fears this cover by Imagine Dragons emphasizes the lyrics with ballad-type of way that makes it far better than the original (in my not so hymble opinion).

Just A Dream – Carrie Underwood

A 2008 country song which although uplifting in the beginning takes a sadder turn at the end. A lovely piece of music nontheless…


Olympea by Paco Rabane

Olympea by Paco Rabane is an oriental flowery perfume that launched in 2015 with top notes of mandarin, water jasmine and ginger flower. It smells sweet without being too much which makes it a perfect choice…

Pour Femme Intense by Dolce & Gabbana

Pour Femme Intense was launhed in 2013 with top notes of green mandarin and neroli is flowery and oriental while simultaneously smelling like Christamas candy. No wonder how it became a favourite…

Tresor In Love by Lancome

Launched in 2010 Tresor in Love is a fruity and flowery perfume with top notes of bergamut, pink pepercorns, pear and nectarine. I was always intrigued by this perfume and I have finally decided to try it myself. I truthfully confess that I was not disappointed…


Choco Gelato

Choco Gelato was one of the little gems I found while vacationing in Scarpanto when in need for my sweet treat. It offers a wide variety of Italian ice creams as well as other handmade pastries.


Perdica is a traditional tavern at Menetes, Scarpanto. I had an amazing dinner there with my parents and maternal cousins trying all the local specialties, inluding macarounes and garlic bread while sipping a glass wine and later three shots of raki.


Fairytale is a cafe with velvet armchairs, delicious sweets and a fairytale themed decor that travels you to Wonderland and other magical places. It is without a doubt a worthy addition to my favourite cafes of all times

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