Sicily, Italy (Summer 2019)
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Not the 8th
When you’re dying to see Hubby, even a single day seems like an eternity!
Can’t believe it’s already been a decade. Amo la Mia Vita!
My Tinder profile should say “Single and looking for some QT” 😉
Mi familia ❤️❤️❤️ est. 2009 Firenze, Italia
Our journey started in 2009. Blessed to have our Polimoda familia ❤️ VA BENE!
Grad School reunion in Florence this summer…stay tuned! #polimodareunion
Perfect Day at Principote
Amazing day in Mykonos! Spoiling ourselves at Principote 🇬🇷
Experimental Beach (Ibiza, Spain)
Beautiful buildings and wonderful views of Dubai from the boat. The architectural designs are out of this world. Dubai is absolutely gorgeous!
Polimoda Review Q & A
First of all, I would like to thank everyone who has read my blog and reached out to me about Polimoda in Florence, Italy. Also, I’m sorry I didn’t get to reply back in time to each person who has left me a comment on other sites (Blogspot, TripAdvisor, LinkedIn).
I did, however, get a chance to chat with @aleenadaredia on Instagram and wanted to share our lil Q & A about Polimoda. Hope this helps to all future students ❤️
P.S. Aleena seems to be doing very well in Florence 😉
Beautiful blues in Mykonos, Greece.
The island is full of breathtaking views, amazing ambiance and vibes of peace and tranquillity. #amolamiavita ❤️
Truly blessed to be able to travel around the world with the most amazing people 🙂
Its been 7 years since we graduated from Polimoda…I can’t believe it! Our international family keeps growing and I feel so lucky to be a part of this fabulous group 😍 #bitchplease #wearesocool #polimodareunion #amolamiavita
Lokrum Island, Croatia
Start to Finish
Life’s a Beach
Blessed on the Ganges
Visiting the Taj Mahal
Our tour guide, Grand Travel Planner, took us to Birla Bhavan (also known as Gandhi Smriti) during our Delhi city tour.
By far, this was my favorite museum in India! And, trust me, we went to a lot of museums all over the huge country! Walking along the path where Gandhi took his last steps, was by far one of the most memorable moments of my life. It was like walking amongst the greatest of greatest. You definitely have to visit this place if you’re ever in Delhi…trust.
Check out more awesome photos here