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16 Aug 2017

Weekend in Prague at the Mandarin Oriental

Euriental | luxury travel & style | Prague architecture

Just before summer arrived, we and two of our friends jetted off to Prague for a long weekend of food, relaxation and exploration and a stay at the Mandarin Oriental.



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MANDARIN ORIENTAL PRAGUE
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I'll be honest, first impressions were mixed. The entrance and lobby were beautiful, but issues arose at check-in. The booking we made meant that should an upgrade be available, we were guaranteed to be upgraded to a suite. We were informed upon arrival that they were fully booked, which was fair enough. Though the girl at the desk was obviously new and eager to please, the check-in process did take a lot longer than usual as she had no backup to help her.

Once we got up to the room, she explained a little about its features and then left, accidentally still holding our free drinks voucher (not an issue luckily; it was quickly sorted back at the lobby later on).

Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague

Deluxe Garden Room

The room was underwhelming. Now, I say this only in comparison to other luxury hotel rooms on a similar level to Mandarin Oriental, of course. I realise it can sound ridiculous to discuss the 'negative aspects' of a five star hotel that costs hundreds of pounds a night, but to give a fair review I have to take into consideration what a high-end hotel usually offers in terms of service, decor, size and general standards of luxury and ask myself - does this measure up?

Truthfully, it didn't. It was bare, the only decorative touches being a mirror on either side of the bed and two random framed photos - one of a young couple on a balcony in a candid style and the other of soldiers. Other walls were blank, the room looked a little outdated and there were next to no 'accessories' such as books, vases, etc. to make it feel either cosier, more luxurious or more modern. However, I did love that they provided a lavender 'sleep spray', and the hardware wasn't bad!

There were no toothbrushes, no iron, but strangest of all...no coffee or tea making facilities. The toothbrushes and the iron aren't that odd, though I would usually expect to see them, but to fail to provide something as basic as a kettle, a Nespresso machine, some teabags and some coffee pods seems... stingy. It can't be a cultural thing, as teas and coffees are offered at breakfast (and besides, it's an international hotel chain), so I can't quite put my finger on why these basic items wouldn't be included in a deluxe room (or any room at the MO).

Spices lounge


We headed down to the bar to meet up with our friends, who had arrived on a separate flight, and have a drink. Drinks were great, as was the cumin popcorn served alongside as a nibble. In fact, for the duration of our stay, the service at the Spices lounge and bar was consistently excellent. Staff were always polite, professional and speedy, and food and drink were always good.

Concierge

Later in the evening, we asked the concierge to help us book a specific restaurant. Not possible, he told us. We ended up giving him four options to try to help us book but unfortunately, he wasn't able to assist at all, not only seeming to having zero pull with any restaurants in town but also not bothering to offer up alternative suggestions, instead leaving us to our own devices.

After about 45 minutes of back and forth calling from our room to the concierge desk, I managed to find a suitable restaurant, which he was able to book. Or so he told us - we arrived at the restaurant only to find that they had no record of our booking. Luckily for us, they had had a cancellation and an available table for four, but this oversight could easily have ruined part of the evening. There is more than one member of concierge staff at the MO so the others may well be amazing, but this was a truly poor show in service.

Breakfast at Spices restaurant

Breakfast, on the other hand, was fantastic! The hotel restaurant Spices is the setting for breakfast every day and the decor here was far more beautiful than our room - oriental touches such as gorgeous bunches of cherry blossom flowers, ornamental vases and dark wood floors contrasting with emerald green chairs are paired together to create a really beautiful, peaceful atmosphere.

The food and service were both excellent, and presentation was impressive, too.

Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague

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EXPLORING PRAGUE
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Prague is a stunning city - gothic architecture sits beside pastel pretty Renaissance buildings and the cobbled city is very 'walk-friendly' - we spent the entire first day on foot.

However. However! It's worth noting that it was extremely busy. At one point, my friend Bena and I became separated from Jarv and our friend Ollie as we crossed Charles bridge to get to the Old Town. Crossing that bridge should have taken no more than 5 - 7 minutes - because of the amount of people lingering, straggling and stopping (understandable as there are some lovely views over the river), it took us 20 minutes. Now in case you don't know, Charles Bridge is a tourist attraction, so if you dislike crowds and being stuck in them (like me), I would avoid crossing it. 

For the rest of our trip we decided to avoid Charles Bridge wherever possible. When Bena and I finally saw the other end, we then spent a further 20 minutes standing atop the side of the bridge, scanning the crowds and patiently waiting for "those unbelievably slow pokes"...only to find that they'd strolled right off to get themselves coffee, assuming we'd just gone off our own way. Thanks, boys! 😄

Euriental | luxury travel & style | Prague architecture
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Prague architecture
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Prague

The Old Town is particularly full of people (I assume mostly tourists, like us), and getting around does take longer what with all the people roaming the streets. The MO is located in Mala Strana, on the West bank of the river Vltava, in one of the city's most historic areas. This side is beautiful to walk around and was notably quieter than the Old Town (which could be good or bad, depending on what you're after).

Euriental | luxury travel & style | Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Prague

At this point, I should note that Jarv had sent our above notes to the luxury concierge booker that had helped us get a great rate/deal on our stay at the Mandarin. That guy was ON it! He immediately contacted the hotel, and the operations manager himself sought us out when we were in the lobby, heading out for the day. Erhan, the manager, asked us to please relay to him any and all complaints so that he could rectify them. He was particularly appalled to hear about the concierge issue and kindly offered all four of us the upgrades we would have gotten on day 1, had there been availability then. He sincerely apologised for any negative impressions the hotel had made on us and kindly also offered for the four of us to enjoy lunch at Spices on our final afternoon.

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MANDARIN ORIENTAL DELUXE SUITE
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After an afternoon out of the hotel, we arrived back eager to collect our new room keys. We'd been upgraded to a beautiful Deluxe Suite, whereas our even luckier friends had nabbed one of the signature suites - the Moser Crystal Suite!

I will say, despite the hiccups on the first two days, Erhan really went above and beyond to ensure that the rest of our stay went as smoothly as possible.

Service from here on out was a huge improvement from our first day, though it begs the question - shouldn't they have been this accommodating and proactive from the start? Whether you're in a standard room or a suite, whether you paid the full rate or a discounted one, that shouldn't change how you are treated as a guest of a luxury hotel. None of it comes cheap! One shouldn't have to make complaints in order to see basic things like a Nespresso machine or at least a kettle in their room, or an honoured dinner reservation. 

Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Mandarin Oriental, Prague

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PRAGUE RECOMMENDATIONS
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EAT

The food is excellent, service is classy yet relaxed and the decor is strikingly elegant. The flavours are modern Indian meets Czech - recommended dishes are the quail breast, the traditional kulajda soup, the foie and South Bohemian duck.




COFFEE

Great coffee in a casual, chilled out space right in the heart of Old Town, where all the action is.


DRINK

We actually went here for dinner and whilst the steaks were very good, there were a few issues with our orders. The drinks, on the other hand, are expertly made and are proper, so maybe skip dinner and just come here for a pre or post-meal cocktail or two.

31 Jul 2017

Fillers...Still Taboo or NBD?

Fillers, botox, all manner of injectables. I'm sure we all know at least one person who has had something done.

When I tell people I have had lip fillers, I occasionally get treated with shocked and surprised reactions. But is that because they didn't expect me to do something like that, because they couldn't tell, or because they disapprove?

Does anyone actually still care about this kinda thing? In this beauty-obsessed era, these kinds of non-surgical cosmetic procedures are commonplace. They've even been nicknamed 'lunchtime' procedures - so quick and minimally invasive that you can simply head straight back to the office afterwards. 


I am more than happy to be candid about anything I have done. I am not the type of person to have something done and then pretend I didn't or be coy about it. Most people react as I would expect: openly, intrigued, very curious or not at all fazed. Some open up about the things they had thought about having done (everything from rhinoplasty to breast augmentation to botox to, well, lip fillers).



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There will always be naysayers and people who disapprove of something you do. Especially when it comes to the topic of beauty and cosmetic procedures; we all know that you can't please everyone - nor should you try to. How exhausting that would be! There will be those who believe you should accept the face/body you've been given and leave it at that. That's fair enough - to each their own. As long as one is happy with themselves, inside and out, I think that's the best we can hope for. Sometimes, it just takes a little bit of a needle jab for some of us to get there 😁

My stance on fillers, botox, etc. is this: it's just not that big a deal.

I don't see it as something only insecure or unhappy people do because they hate how they look. I see it as simply wanting to improve upon something - why should that be viewed negatively? The same way girls squat because they want to get a high, round butt, I want a slightly fuller pout. Whilst I don’t see the need to take shortcuts such as bum implants when you can achieve that with some dedication and effort in the gym (a process which is rewarding in and of itself), with lips I’m afraid there is no natural alternative. I can't do pushups with my mouth (lol).


The reason I get my lips done is the same reason I had my eyebrows microbladed. I love waking up in the morning and not having to fill them in before leaving the house. It's the same reason I'm looking into Invisalign. I just want to feel as confident and comfortable as possible with as little makeup as possible. To enhance what is already there...the 'not-so-natural natural look', if you will.

I wouldn't actively encourage others to get fillers or botox or whatever else; I wouldn't suggest anyone do something just because I have chosen to - I would never tell someone else that they ought to change something about their appearance. However, if somebody asks or is interested, I am more than happy to offer up details on my experiences!


So, here's my filler story.

I started getting lip fillers 2 and a half years ago. Up until my most recent experience about 2 months ago, I'd had them done 3 times. Lip fillers aren't permanent - after about 6 - 12 months your lips will have gradually returned to their original shape/size, as your body naturally breaks down the product.

Why did I want lip fillers? My lips have a very faint outline, meaning especially at the corners they seem to blend into my skin colour a little and aren't particularly well defined. My top lip has always also been quite a bit smaller than my bottom. They naturally have a nice shape (if I do say so myself) and don't get me wrong, I've never had thin lips. There was just a liiittle bit of volume lacking up top. I also have RBF - yep, resting bitch face. The corners of my mouth downturn slightly when my face is relaxed.

This is something I particularly wanted to address this time around, as I hadn't really focused on it before. So when I was invited by Harley Academy Clinics to visit their Canary Wharf offices and meet Dr. Mehta for lip fillers, after some research on their clinics, I happily accepted their offer.


Dr. Tristan Mehta is the founder and Managing Director of Harley Academy and is supported by Virgin (yes, Branson's Virgin). Tristan founded Harley Academy to combat the lack of rigorous medical training currently provided in the specialty of non-invasive cosmetic procedures. Harley Academy created the highest level of qualification in cosmetic procedures available outside of a university and provides training for healthcare professionals who have already been trained in cosmetic procedures by aesthetic doctors.

They way it works here is a little different to your usual botox or filler experience - for a much lower price than usual, you can receive cosmetic procedures in return for helping trainees become the best in the industry. Let me reiterate here that these are not just complete newbies practicing on your face! These are already trained professionals going the extra mile and really honing their skills, and each procedure is closely monitored by a leading cosmetic doctor.

I was treated by Dr. Mehta himself, whilst 3 trainees watched on. I actually found it weirdly fascinating being talked about in such practical, objective and medical terms...but I digress. Beforehand, he sat me down to discuss my thoughts and I informed him that it was my upper lip I wanted to focus on, as well as slightly upturning the corners of my mouth.

The results? Imperceptible to most - my top lip was slightly fuller and my lips don't turn downwards anymore when I relax, which is the best part for me (I feel as though I could have gone slightly further to be honest, which is good - you want an injector who is more conservative than too 'needle-happy').


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If you are considering fillers, I would insist on you doing two things: 

One: Research. I thoroughly researched every potential side effect, reaction, result and filler product available, as well as many (many!) injectors in London. Get to know the ins and outs of the procedure - how it might feel, how long it takes to heal, what you can do to aide healing and what to avoid, potential risks, how to deal with any potential risks, etc. Make sure you feel comfortable and understand what you will be doing.

Two: Go with a professional nurse, doctor or dentist, not a beauty aesthetician. I would never do a procedure such as this with anyone other than a licensed, fully trained medical professional. Ensure that the injector you go with is registered under the GMC, NMC or GDC. 

There are potential risks with almost everything you do in life. It's up to each individual to decide whether they want something enough to do something about it or whether they are happy to leave things the way they are. Both are perfectly valid choices.

If you have any questions about fillers or an experience you want to share, I'd love to hear them!

If you want to find out more about Harley Academy Clinics, you can check out their site here.

This post was not sponsored by Harley Academy Clinics, however my lip filler treatment was complimentary.

Photographer: Luis Calow

20 Jul 2017

The Remote Resort, Fiji

Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

Just one month after we returned back to London from our New Zealand trip, we headed back out to Auckland. Yes. We're a little mad. This time, however, our journey wouldn't stop there...from London to Milan (we spent a day in Milan eating pizza and outlet shopping - not too shabby a layover if you ask me!), Milan to Doha, Doha to Auckland (the longest flight in the world! 17 1/2 hours) Auckland to Nadi and finally Nadi to Suva, befuddled, jetlagged and tired we hopped on a boat to our final destination - the Remote Resort, Fiji. 



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Euriental | luxury travel & style | Qatar Business Class
Euriental | luxury travel & style | Qatar Business Class
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

As our boat pulled closer to the resort, a couple of figures came into sight and the sound of singing began to drift over from the deck. We had our own little welcome party!

Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

We were shown to our Oceanfront Retreat villa which is the one facing the deck, just to the right of the photo above (second from the right). This and the villa next to it are I think the two best options on the island - first of all, they're the only two with air conditioning (!), whereas the others embrace a more 'open all the doors and windows' policy. It gets extremely hot during the day however and air conditioning for me is a must in such humid, hot weather - not to mention it's a tropical country, there are lots of insects. I'll get onto that in a minute...

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OCEANFRONT RETREAT VILLA
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Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

Each villa comes with its own plunge pool - ours was having issues with the filter and was looking a little murky, but to be honest...who needs a plunge pool when the ocean is right in front of you and looks so enticing?


Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

Jarv settling right in...

Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

Our villa featured a fantastic sound system for playing music whilst getting ready in the mornings, air conditioning, fully stocked mini bar and a mobile phone to use for the duration of the stay...meaning at any time we could call the main desk and ask for a bottle of wine or any other beverages to be stocked in our fridge, all inclusive - dangerously good!

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THE MAIN PAVILION
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Here is where people hang out, use the wifi, drink kava, eat breakfast & lunch and occasionally dinner and stop by for Happy Hour drinks every evening. It's worth noting that none of the villas provide wifi so you have two options at the Remote Resort - one, pick up a dongle at the airport to use for the duration of your stay or two, take a bit of an Internet break and only use the wifi when you're in the main pavilion. We decided on option two. 


Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji, kokoda

One of the resort experiences is a cooking demonstration by the Head Chef of the island (held every Monday). On the afternoon we took part, the local dish we were learning to make was kokoda. This has since become my absolute favourite Fijian dish (we even made it for dinner back in London - it's super simple and healthy). It's essentially just ceviche - a mix of lime/lemon marinated fresh fish, coconut milk, fresh chopped chillies, onions and other herbs. It's soooo good.

I must say, one of the best things about the Remote Resort is the amazing food. The fruit and vegetables are grown right there on the island, and of course the fish is all sourced from local fishermen. The chef is brilliant and the catch of the day is something I still think about all the time - I ordered it without fail every single day for at least one meal (some days I even had fish for all three meals). His plantain chips, fresh bread rolls, cassava chips, home made ice creams - everything was fantastic. Ugh, I'm so hungry...


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CASTAWAY DAY
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Aka the day we got accosted by 'wild' pigs on our luxury castaway afternoon...

Another resort experience we absolutely had to try was the castaway day. Picture this: idyllic clear waters, beautiful blue skies, not another boat or person in sight and a private sandy island to yourself, complete with a packed lunch, picnic mat, folding chairs, fresh coconuts and a chilled bottle of wine. What more could you want? Pack your swimwear, SPF, sunnies and snorkelling gear and enjoy a good couple of hours cut off from the rest of the world.

Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

Or so we thought. We waved goodbye to our boat, which would return to collect us in 2 1/2 hours time. It all started off well - we unpacked our coolers and tucked in to our delicious tailor-made lunch, sat on the picnic mat in the shade.

Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

Huh, I thought to myself once or twice. I'm sure I heard some rustling in the bushes. Probably just a bird.

Then the rustling got closer.

"Jarv."

"Yeah?"

"You heard that, right?"

...

A face peeked out of the shrubbery.

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Followed by about nine more. 

Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

We leapt up to our feet, which startled the pigs, who scrambled over each other to get back to the safety of the shrubbery. "Aww", was my first reaction. However, they soon began getting bolder and bolder, creeping closer towards the food they could undoubtedly smell. We looked at each other in wide eyed bewilderment - partly amused, partly nervous. Were these wild pigs? Were they used to humans? They were a lot smaller than us, but there were a lot more of them than us, too...

Then the mother appeared. Oh. My. God.

She was HUGE. National Geographic flashbacks began running through my head and I started rattling off warnings to Jarv (haha). "Don't look her in the eye!" "Stay far away from her piglets!" "Maybe we should climb a tree?! Pigs can't climb trees, can they? They can swim though..."

I frantically grabbed the phone to try and call the Remote Resort and ask for advice - but of course, there was NO SIGNAL.

Well, that was useful.

The mother wasn't really bothered by us, she simply grunted at her children to follow her back into the bushes (not that they particularly listened, too curious and intrigued).

Instead of climbing a tree (lol), we decided to put all the food back into the coolers, hang up the rest of our stuff on tree branches, grab our snorkelling gear and make a beeline for the water. Of course I then convinced myself I'd just seen a sea snake jump out of the water (obviously not).

We'd while away the rest of the time snorkelling in the crystal clear waters, occasionally casting an anxious glance back to the island to check on the pigs (yep, still hanging around).

By the time we were picked up, we were more high strung than when we'd been dropped off. Turns out...the pigs belong to a landowner on the other side of the island.

Yep. Might have been good to know that?!

However, the owners of the Remote Resort weren't aware that the mother had just had about ten babies and weren't all too keen to hear the news.

No...we weren't particularly keen either!

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Jarv brandishing two emergency weapons (which we obviously had no use for, but that shell made for an amazing knuckle duster...just in case).

All in all, it was actually quite a funny little adventure, though not quite the relaxing paradisiacal experience we'd expected.

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THE REST OF THE RESORT
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The wonderful thing about the Remote Resort is how you truly feel like part of a little family for the duration of your stay. Resort employees will refer to you as new family members and you'll mingle with other guests in the pavilion and occasionally on group excursions (there are only six villas total and everyone stays at least a few nights, so there'll never be too many people!). However, you're also free to spend as much time alone as you want, too.

Activities available on the island include paddleboarding, snorkelling, volleyball, local village visits, kayaking, fishing, waterfall visits, hiking, diving... 

Of course, we had to scuba on 3 of our 6 days. Whilst the water was beautiful and we got to experience a few new, fun aspects of diving - such as going deeper than ever before, using hooks against strong currents and diving through caves along a stunning, massive coral wall - in terms of 'big fish', I'd been holding out a teeny bit of hope for some manta rays (such as the incredible ones we dived with in the Maldives) or a whale shark, but it just wasn't quite the season for them yet. 

The largest we saw were a couple of reef sharks (which at this point, as much as I do still enjoy seeing them, is sort of like...okay, they're everywhere. Haha). Still, the coral in Fiji is gorgeous and perhaps this diving experience was just more about the activities and the 'challenge' than seeing big fish.

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Euriental | luxury travel & style | diving with Dive Academy, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

If you're thinking of diving whilst in Fiji, I wholeheartedly recommend Dive Academy Fiji. They are so friendly, professional and generally awesome and our Divemaster Jone (Johnny) was a wonderful guide.

Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

The correct way to use a hammock...

Other gorgeous straw hats for summer:


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...and what getting into a hammock usually looks like (also what half of my outtakes looked like...but I thought Jarv's were funnier hehe).

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Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji, paddleboarding

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Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

Dinner at the Remote Resort is always a treat to look forward to. Each night, the staff will set up a private dining area for each villa at a different location on the island. This could be on a private deck by the beach, in the main pavilion, by the firepit (see below) or at the very end of the pier, which was my absolute favourite! The deck is lined with beautiful lanterns all the way to the end where the table is set up, and on a clear night you can see the entire Milky Way as there is so little light pollution around. 

Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

the fire pit

Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

the deck at night


The Remote Resort truly lives up to its name - I recommend taking a digital detox like we did (note there aren't TVs in the rooms, either! Honestly, we didn't miss having one) and just enjoying your time there on a tropical island. However if you really feel you need wifi I would buy a dongle at the airport (if we returned, I would definitely do that next time), as the internet in the main pavilion is very slow.

The only negative I have to speak of is the mosquitos. I was eaten alive. Three months later and my back and arms are still covered in (fading) marks left by the bites that covered me. Nightmare! Despite that, Fiji is truly a gorgeous, welcoming, relaxing and rejuvenating place for honeymooners, special occasions, family getaways or just your 'regular' holiday in paradise.


Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji
Euriental | luxury travel & style | The Remote Resort, Fiji

Our Fijian 'family' waving us goodbye :'(