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Wow.
Austria is so damn....
I can't get enough of being surrounded by all the snow, beautiful nature and fresh air.

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Sunday funday!

The reason why it's been a bit quiet here the last week is because I rather have been hanging out with my studies than blogging, hehe.
Or... because.
I was sick for a few days before we left Spain and in the last day before we left to Munich I left a little bit better but that means that i had to study so much this week!

I had my first submission on Friday but got some extra time to send it today instead!

And after writing since 8 this morning! Im so happy to be finished.

Now my weekend can start ;)

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It's snowing like never before here in Austria and I am as happy as the kids playing around in the snow!

Happy weekend from Austria!

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#mop 50

What a week! A few days ago we packed our bags and boardbags for 2 months on the road. First stop was Munich where we was invited to celebrate Marc O Polo's 50 anniversary witch was
a l o t o f f u n !

We arrived late in the evening the day before at this beautiful hotel just at the Chiemsee lake! In the room a bag full of surprises and a traditional "Lebkuchen Herz" with our names on it waited! Very sweet and yummi hehe!

The next day the alarm went of at 6am! we ate a nice quick breakfast in our room before we went to the Marc O Polo HQ.
Me and Stefan where the first ones to take pictures on the photoshoot (I will show you pictures soon, stay tuned) and later on we shoot together with super stylish (!!) Marie Von Behrens, the singer and dancer Avelina, Jacquline Mikuta and Klemens White how runs the Mikuta blog, very nice and warm couple.
After shooting all morning and afternoon we had lunch before we went back to the hotel for a quick change before the fashion show started!
It was my first fashion show ever as a guest and make it on the first row to Hihi!
Enjoyed the show and the after party a lot!

A huge thanks to Jessica and the Marc O Polo team for a very special and unforgettable day!

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Picture taken by Henning Nockel.

Picture taken by Bianca Asher David.

Only one week left before I'm boarding my flight to Cape Town.
This flight is always a bit special because I always feel like I'm going home somehow. And already since the first time i had the same feeling! Yes it's something magical with that place. Here is some shots from last season!
Can't wait for this one☝🏾

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Today is not really my day.

Woke up and felt a bit ill and feverish. So I can pretty much summarize this day with laying on the couch. Doing nothing else than sleep or just half sleep.
Witch is a good thing, tho I hope I will be back on track soon, so I can keep up with my studies. And because on Tuesday we are off to Munich and Austria for a week! (Witch I'm very much looking forward to).
And after that I'm flying to Cape Town together with my friend Hannah and in the same time Stefan is off to West Oz. So we won't be back home in Spain before mid march! Witch feels like a lifetime right now! But I'm ready for some more adventures! Hehe

Anyhow! I found some lost pictures on the GoPro the other day from Brazil and it makes me even more looking forward to get back to a warm Cape Town in just 10 days.

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Snaps from this past week when my family was still here and from the past days of surfing 🍒

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Banana bread.
After a long day of studies we tried to get a afternoon kite session (but there was not enough wind, but 20 degrees in the sun at least) so instead we went to the gym and then...When we got back home my banana bread was ready after a hour in the oven 👌🏾

I got the inspo from @joannafingal blog a few days ago but made some changes in the original recipe that I found here.

Around 100 g butter
One crumb crust (for the baking tin)
A few TB of brown sugar
2 eggs
4 bananas + one on top
3 dl glutenfree flour
1 TS baking powder
A little bit of sea salt
A little bit of chia seeds
And some vanilla powder

Put the oven on 175C. Make the baking tin ready with a little bit from the butter + the crumb crust. Mix the brown sugar and rest of the butter in a mixer. Blend the eggs and mash the bananas and then mix them together with the brown sugar and butter until it gets a bit fluffy!

Take all the dry ingredients and mix together before mixing it all together before putting it into the baking tin and place the last (split) banana on top. Leave in the oven for about 50-60 minutes and then taada!

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