🇪🇸 Hospedarse en el impresionante Bahía de Duque en #Tenerife es garantía de diversión, de comfort!
El Bahía del Duque asimila a un pueblo de cuento de hadas junto al mar.
Nos encanta despertar sobre la orilla de la playa El Duque, estar rodeado de más de 6 hectáreas de exuberantes jardines subtropicales, decorado con el estilo arquitectónico de las Islas Canarias del siglo XIX. Todos los caminos del hotel te invitan a encontrsr las piscinas y saborear un entorno de relajación.
Encontramos una amplia variedad gastronómica al tener 9 restaurantes, la diversidad de actividades y el excelente clima de Tenerife hacen de esta propiedad #Virtuoso el perfecto telón de fondo donde disfrutar del océano y del sol.
🇺🇲 Staying in the impressive Bahía de Duque in #Tenerife is a guarantee of fun, comfort! The Bay of the Duke assimilates a fairytale town by the sea. We love waking up on the shore of El Duque beach, being surrounded by more than 6 hectares of lush subtropical gardens, decorated in the architectural style of the Canary Islands of the 19th century. All the roads of the hotel invite you to find the pools and enjoy a relaxing environment. We found a wide gastronomic variety to have 9 restaurants, the diversity of activities and the excellent climate of Tenerife make this #Virtuoso property the perfect backdrop to enjoy the ocean and the sun.
We had the most amazing time together on our honeymoon to Oahu 😍 Now it’s time for cold weather and to get back to work!! •
I’m so grateful for these experiences because it almost didn’t happen. With all of the crazy wedding expenses, Josh and I didn’t think we could realistically make our honeymoon dreams a reality. Luckily, we both got some awesome work/projects sent our way, and we were able to book everything 2 weeks before leaving! I had mostly everything already planned out; where we wanna stay, activities, spending budget, etc...Planning an entire honeymoon, before even knowing if you can go or not, is pretty tough...but when the funds finally did come through, it was really nice to just book everything and not have to stress out over all of the details!
One day after work last week we went hunting for jacaranda blooms. To be honest I haven’t even looked at the photos I took on my camera, real life has been real busy! 🤷🏻♀️ Then Sunday, Dane and I had just jumped into the car on our way out somewhere, and while driving saw this beauty literally one street away from my house.
We jumped out, raced out under the tree for literally one minute, took some impromptu photos and then back into the car and off we went! Well didn’t that turn out fun!
I’m loving the splash of colour around Perth at the moment, especially in my own neighborhood 💜
To me, a huge part of being a medical herbalist is being connected to the plants that I work with and the land on which I live.
I regularly walk along green lanes and meadows, river banks, woodlands and wild areas of my ‘patch’ to get to know what’s growing where. I learn how they’re affected by different weather conditions, the prevailing soil types or land management practices. Getting to know the plants that I work with makes them feel like dear friends and helps me understand better how they can help my patients.
When I walk my foraging ‘territory’ I also feel a deep sense of groundedness and peace. It’s hard not to be acutely aware of the interconnectedness of all life.
Sourcing and working with wild plants has been a transformative experience for me and my herbal practice. I talk about why in my book ‘Self Sufficient Herbalism’ which is available for pre-publication orders. Link in bio. Use the code LJ2019 for a 20% discount. .