Italy photodiary

so as many of you know, i went to italy a week or so ago. it was so beautiful there. i went to the coast of italy, sorrento. i visited the gorgeous postcard picture island that is capri, and visited the ruins of pompei. the weather was lovely, and the views everywhere we went were just stunning. i swam in the blue sea, and also ate the most amazing food! it was just so.. beautiful. i would love to go back someday.

i didn’t take many pictures, but these are what i have. i missed my friends and home so much though- which is stupid as i only went for a week, but you realize how different everything is. i also finished the lovely bones while i was away- i surprisingly loved it. do you guys have any other books to recommend? i read everyday, it’s one of my favourite things to do but i’ve found it increasingly hard to find good books. it would be so great if you guys could suggest some!

17 thoughts on “Italy photodiary

  1. i read my sisters keeper last year, it is amazing, i'd recommend it, though it is really sad. your photos are lovely, the last one is gorgeous! xx


  2. i know what you mean! i always get homesick no matter what which sucks because i want to travel!i went to florida once for a week WITH my parents and i missed my bed 😛 wow.beautiful photos. i wish i lived closer to


  3. stargirl stargirl stargirl stargirl!!!! deffinetly, i instantly fell in love with this character!erm… memoirs of a geisha, the it girl series, the blue bloods series(like twilight and gossip girl put together, it is AWESOME.) i am so jelous, i would love to go to italy so much!you lucky lucky girl 😛


  4. oh god, sorrento ❤ i adore that place so much. i went a couple years ago and i am yearning to go back. it is totally, utterly, beautiful. i also went to capris. it's lush there too.and as for book reccommendations, i can reccommend authors because everything i've read by them has been fantastic.Louise Rennison (always good just for a laugh, it's like the Angus, Thongs etc)Jodi Picoult (beautiful writer, brilliant storylines, brilliant research goes into her books)Nicholas Sparkes (The Notebook, is all I have to say. His books are so beautiful.)


  5. Italy looks amazing!As for books, I love the Blue Blood series but someone else has already suggested that XDMy So Called Life by Joanna Nadine made me laugh so much so I recommend that =D


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