Colonial Hacienda

Little did I know I've actually been staying in a colonial hacienda dating 
four hundred years back - church included. The place is blooming with color,
well kept, the mountain views are amazing and the weather is like having the 
a/c on in your favourite setting. 
Jean shirt Tommy Hilfiger - Nude sweater Benetton - Black trousers H&M - Black patent flats Viascar - Orange bag Lanvin 
Last I recall and was aware of, the oldest place (creepy if I may add)
 I had stayed in was in a Monastery in Antigua, Guatemala. I did not sleep.
I kept hearing stuff at night, not recommended. 
What's the creepiest place you've spent the night in ? 


backinstyle said...

You look great, so happy and rested. It appears you are enjoying the family wedding and the beautiful nature that surroundings you!

Mica T said...

Oh wow I don't think I've slept anywhere as old, what a lovely place and a great piece of history! :)

I don't think I've slept anywhere really creepy - but that's good as like you I wouldn't get much sleep!

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FashionJazz said...

Lol I would not be able to sleep, my imagination would be crazy haha but you are looking fabulous and happy :) xx

Cheryl van den Berg said...

I like that the weather is so nice. Loving your necklace with that sweater.

Sheila said...

How cool is that! What a gorgeous setting!

I stayed in a haunted Bed & Breakfast in Scotland many years ago (1996). The lights flashed on and off, we heard noises, and we both had really unsettling dreams about the woman who'd lived there (she wanted us to leave). We slept with the mirror covered up, and left the next day!

Kim Alston said...

The colors of all the buildings are so beautiful. Even the shutters! I love your sweater, scarf and jeans. Looks so good together.

Jessica Cangiano said...

I'm actually rather drawn to eerie/safely spooky places, so it's hard to think of a building or house that I was frightened to spend the night in. People though, are a whole 'nother story. ;)

xoxo ♥ Jessica