Fate brought this bag to me, this olive brown hobo is a rare bag with pewter, my favorite of all Balenciaga hardwares. The leather back in 03 was simply stunning. Got this bag in a used condition but it doesn't matter, i love the vintage vibe of this Bal classic beauty.
I talked pretty much about my trip to Thailand lately :-), so here are a couple of fashion pics for a change. These looks are perfect for this spring summer. Very cool yet stylish. The first one is of course Isabel Marant, the second is Ba-sh.
A nice look spotted at the Printemps, i believe it's IM since the boots are hers.
These shopping totes from American Retro caught my attention.
The fabric totes with the drawing of Bal&Hermès&Chanel bags are too funny.
The balenciga bag doesn't look 100% like a Bal GSH city though. :p
This leather tote is very Celin-ish, i kind of like the bicolor design.
I am in love with this Alexander Wang Trudy bag. I start thinking about cheating on Balenciaga.
This is bad, i know. OMG, why did i look at this bag on Net-à-porter !!!
Back from Ko Tao, i slept one night on Samui before heading back to Bangkok. It was almost the full moon, beautiful sight from the hotel at night. The hotel, Iyara, was nice and modern. The pool was beautiful with lights.
Seafood again, there was a small shark, i won't eat shark, too afraid of the Karma.
From Mae Hong Son, we took a mini van back to Chiang Mai, another 5 hours of curvy mountain roads. Then from Chiang Mai, we flied south to Samui Island. I really love this island, full of great hotels, great food, lots of shops. Chaweng beach is the best, 10 minutes from the airport. All the hotels that are located on the beach have a pool with a sea view. Heaven on earth is how i would describe this island.
There are tons of romantic restaurants on the beach,
you just choose the seafood you would like them to cook for you
and tell them how you want them to be cooked.
Fresh seafood, my favorites were the white & red snappers and blue crabs.
Arriving to Ko Tao from Samui by a big speed boat, it took about 2 hours.
Ko Tao is much smaller than Samui, less touristic,
but you can also find great hotels and food there.
The hotel we stayed in was on the hill side with a magnificent view.