Saturday, February 23, 2013

Bahamas Day 2-5

Sorry for the lag in posts, it's been a rough week. But here are the photos from the amazingly beautiful Bahamas. Enjoy.

learning to scuba dive

literally watching the storm roll in

scuba instructor


Bahamas: view from the plane

Bonus pic: Jesse on his rasta shit

Friday, February 15, 2013

Bahamas: Day 1

We arrived in the Bahamas late last night and pretty much went straight to bed. We woke up early this morning and went straight to the all-you-can-eat breakfast. 

When I heard we were going to the Bahamas, I expected sunny days and not a cloud in sight. Unfortunately it's been cloudy all day with the exception of about 30 minutes of sun. It started raining around 5 tonight and hasn't stopped. HOWEVER
"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about dancing in the rain"

Jesse and I, determined to make the best of our situation and be as adventurous as possible, went stand up paddle boarding and then I went snorkeling for about an hour. I simply love being in the water. The water is turquoise and SO warm. 

Our hotel room is secluded and right on the beach. It's so lovely.

Also, I signed up to get PADI scuba certified and i'm going shark diving on Monday. It's been on my bucket list forever to swim with sharks and I cannot wait. 

Solid first day. I even got a 1 hour work out in. Anyway, off to bed.

Monday, February 11, 2013

Video: Ed Sheeran Concert

Here's a video post of the Ed Sheeran concert. Enjoy our antics. 


Sunday, February 10, 2013

Ed Sheeran Concert

Last night Taylor and I went to the Ed Sheeran concert at The Palladium in Hollywood. I'm still in awe by how amazing Ed was. His vocals are impeccable. He has the voice of angel and the sweetest personality. He's a teddy bear. I died when he sang Lego House and Give Me Love. He is, without a doubt, one of the most talented singers in the world.

The concert was general admission, which is always fun. It's not a successful concert unless half the people there want to literally rip your hair out by the end of the night.

I was unaware of all of his tattoos, which, of course, makes me love him even more. 

So in conclusion, I give his concert a 10/10. I want to marry Ed Sheeran.
His final words were "Thank you for taking time out of your Saturday evening to come watch me perform. Go to bed, drink some tea, good night!" He's so adorably humble. And British.
He's performing tonight at the Grammys and he is also nominated for an award. I wish him luck and he deserves the best.

Muah. xx.