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Megan’s Travels: Positano

By October 17, 20233 Comments

Sitting at a beautiful cliffside bar with a glass of rosé while enjoying the sunset in Positano was a moment I will never forget! Positano is a  beautiful village and I was so excited to finally use my favourite little Dolce and Gabbana handbag while I was in Italy – I think I have taken it everywhere else! It’s one of my favourite bags and it felt like it was just made for this perfect moment of absolute heaven!

There were a few places we dined at that were along the water while in Positano. One of them, Chez Black Positano, gave us a stunning view while we ate the most mouth watering grilled octopus! Eating delicious food and watching people coming in from the boats in their fabulous outfits with the warm sun bathing us in a dreamy afternoon haze was so relaxing.

Not only was the food amazing, Positano has become my favourite place to shop in the entire world! Everything was locally made and there were barely any tourist traps in sight amidst the incredible textiles and gorgeous ceramics. I fell in love with a matching top and skirt from a local boutique in Positano – I am just obsessed with Italian mosaic designs and had to have it when I spotted it!

Rosé while waiting for our meal at Chez Black Positano
Just obsessed with these prints!

As in Rome, I think I had a lemon sorbet every day, but these ones were served in a real frozen lemon! It was the best I’ve ever had and the perfect treat while we walked around the streets of Positano in the Summer heat. All their lemon desserts, limoncello and liquors were made out of locally grown lemons and as someone obsessed with lemon I simply couldn’t get enough!

Of course, I also ate a lot of pasta while in Positano! Gwyn and I had one day where we went on a little shopping trip and it was so wonderful to meander aimlessly down the streets trying to take in all the gorgeous little boutiques and surrounding architecture before we would indulge in some pasta for lunch. There is something so satisfying about getting to wander around and stumble across those little tucked away restaurants and indulge in fresh pasta and a chilled glass of rosé after an intense bout of shopping!

I can’t wait to return again to this wonderful Italian village. Eating delicious food while basking in the gorgeous coastal view and shopping down streets filled with artwork, gorgeous ceramics and textiles and lots of gelato – HEAVEN!!!

Gwyn and I on a shopping date (wearing Needle & Thread)

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