My view-Adidas Running Mana Bounce

I bought these not long ago and I'm so happy with them.
They were 50 euros, on sale, honestly I'm not one for splashing money on shoes so this was a real risk for me. They're so good (and I love the pink)
For some reason i can't find these exact shoes on the Adidas site but the other models are priced around 80 euros.

''Uncover the mysterious powers of the dynamic plush in the Adidas Mana Bounce W running shoe. ; Predecessor: None. ; Support Type: Neutral. ; Cushioning: High energizing cushioning. ; Surface: Road. ; Differential: 11 mm. ; Knit mesh upper with seamless synthetic overlays. ; Lace-up closure. ; Lightly padded tongue and collar. ; Soft fabric lining. ; Molded foam insole. ; BOUNCE midsole provides energizing comfort. ; Rubber outsole. ; Anatomically-placed flex grooves boost flexibility for a more natural feel. ; Imported. Measurements: ; Weight: 10 oz ; Product measurements were taken using size 9.5, width B - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.''

I plan on wearing these everyday,although, they are running shoes, I am not one for running. But I do plan on doing more excersize and moving about more often, somewhere in the near future hopefully!
They give really good support,have just the right amount of padding and aren't made of flimsy material on the exterial.
I'll be using these to walk around the island, go on epic bike rides, and for work!
I'm in love with them and I'd recommend buying a pair even if you're not the sporty type ( I know I'm not haha )

I hope I was helpfull to someone in someway, it is currently 3 am and I think I'll be off to bed in a minute.



Day 1 in Edinburgh

I'm here!

 We checked in at 12:15 and took off around 12:45. I'm traveling with my brother and my dad.
We landed around 5:30, we were 20 minutes early. I was expecting it to be bucketing it down,but it wasn't. It was cold but that was about it. I was surprised.
Got a cab to this apart-hotel my dad booked , checked in , settled down for a bit and went out in search for food! I was STARVING!

 I saw this in a cute little candle shop

 The library is massive!

 We wondered into this street and found loads of little pubs and restaurants. We had a long walk along this street and finally decided to eat in Maxies Bistro I decided to go for the chicken wrap with sweet chili sauce,guacamole and cream cheese.

YUMMMM! I'm not usually a fan of spicy things but this was delish! My mouth is still mildly burning,and it was totally worth it.
The wrap is filled with thin chicken slices, read and yellow peppers, and all sorts of veg, it comes with a pot of cream cheese and a blob of guacamole and some salad,not only did it do the job but I loved it.
Maxies Bistro is a family run establishment located just below the Castle near the top of the Royal
Mile. A little pricey in my opinion but excellent food.
 I'm in the apartment now, resting and about to go to bed!
I'll keep you updated!
Tune in tomorrow to find out what I'm up to!


Numbers Challenge!

10-The years I've known my best friend Tash. We met in an Irish bar, as all 8 and 11 year olds do.
It was the bars anniversary and she'd asked me to get her a balloon, because she's that short.

9-Birthdays before I reached double figures.
8- Family members

7-  The age I was when I decided to take up ballet and modern dance.

I was a cool kid, I'm sure you can tell.

6.Years in singing lessons

5. Bike Rides with Tash this summer, so far. Because we didn't have the time or energy to do more.

4.Years old when I met my other best friend Edurne.

3.Years old when my brother was born.

2. Boyfriends


This was really fun to do! I didn't really know where I was going with this at first but I thought this would be a good way to look at the number of things that have happened and that I've done in my life. 
If you're reading this and you feel up to the task I challenge you to name 10 things that have happened, that you've done or that are important to you in your life.
Go! Go! GO!!
Leave a link in the comments so I can check yours out as well.