Ok so there are some clear things: I am deeply in love with Punta Del Este, I could spend a lifetime watching sunsets and know that spending winter in a summer place is a must. At least for me. And as my vacation comes to an end, by the time you will read this article I will probably be on my way to -7 degrees… I have to admit I am not ready for it, I would give up the hot wine for the mojitos on the beach. But now you see… there are some things that make this easier for me. For example preparing for the fashion weeks that will soon start (soon=one month, but time is flying so fast!)
Not ready to say goodbye to Punta Del Este without saying big thanks to my dearest Eduardo for being close to us in this journey and showing us the beauty around. And also to Andrea for the energy she always spreads around and makes me always smile. Oh and for being the best teacher one could have! Practicing my Spanish with her was so much fun!
Thank you for all the joy and smiles and memories that I will forever cherish! Or until I will be back here which I hope is going to be soon.
Since you last read my article there are some new places I discovered. One of them is “Las Grutas” where we also shot a music video for Dj Claude Daniel. So you will soon be able to see the beauty of these places that I was talking about. And I had the pleasure to wear for this project a cape from Pia Carregal, our new #feericdesigner whom you will see in July during Feeric Fashion Week.
Between events and business meetings I found a place… a place that left me speechless. And for those who know me that means something. Not just the place itself but the story about it. I have to say it was one of the most beautiful sunsets I ever saw and I understood in that exact moment why Carlos Paez Villaro affirmed that he was “a millionaire in sunsets”.
I’ve got so much energy from the places I saw and the people I met. Now I am ready to go back home and spread it all around me. Thank you Punta Del Este! Until next time!