I thought it would be hard to beat last year’s epic birthday, which I celebrated on beach in Seychelles, but this years’s birthday was thanks to my dear husband amazing too! In the morning we went skiing to Melchsee Frutt, in the afternoon he booked us relaxing romantic retreat at the Bürgenstock Resort.
When you’re having a good time, time flies and too soon our trip to Iceland had come to an end. On our last day my husband and I headed to the no. 1 attraction in Iceland – the famous Blue Lagoon geothermal spa. Located in a lava field, about 50 kilometres from Reykjavík is unlike some other thermal waters found in Iceland manmade. It was formed by “accident” in 1976 when run-off from the nearby geothermal power plant formed a pool. In the years that followed, the benefits of the bright blue water to the skin were discovered and spa was built on site. Blue Lagoon soon became a popular spot to visit.
At the beginning of the August my boyfriend (now husband) and I went to Slovenia for a romantic getaway to the Slovenia’s oldest town Ptuj. The city is located in the Styria Region (Štajerska) in the North-Eastern part of Slovenia and is best known for its thermal springs and annual spring carnival. We spent a weekend at Terme Ptuj enjoying its spa and wellness and exploring Ptuj’s Old Town.