An interesting message about Italy and therapy
I remembered that somewhere on the internet I found a funny picture with a message that suited me perfectly. So funny! I printed it and glued it to the suitcase I went on holiday in Sardinia. The message said I don’t need therapy, I just have to go to Italy.
I was on the verge of depression because of the bad weather in Scotland. Do you know how bad is the weather here? I was tired of strong winds, endless rains, cold and excessive humidity. Nightmare. I booked my holiday in February for September 2018. So, I decided to choose Sardinia, a very beautiful island with mild weather.
It’s hard to write about Sardinia in just a few words. Sardinia is a beautiful island. It’s hard to shut up. The world needs to know that it is one of the most beautiful places on earth. I only stayed in Sardinia for seven days. But I can say that I recovered mentally, that I enjoyed the sun. I lay down on the beach and let the sand and the warm water of the sea envelop me.
I spent most of my holiday time relaxing
However, I spent most of my holiday time relaxing and enjoying the wonderful views of the island called Sardinia. I took thousands of pictures.
In 2019 we will go on holiday to Spain. I heard that this country is very beautiful, and Spanish cuisine is famous all over the world. I’m looking for a suggestive message, preferably a message in lyrics, with rhyme, to stick it on the suitcase.
If you want to know more about Sardinia and Spain
I made a small update. If you click on the links in this article, you will find detailed information about the holiday we spent in Sardinia. You will also find 10 world-famous Spanish dishes, with various details about each one.
I’d be glad if you could tell me something interesting about your holiday. I would also like to know what you take with you on holiday. Strange things that people don’t usually take. As is the label I put on the suitcase with the message I don’t need therapy, I just need to go to Italy. I hope you know that Sardinia is an island that belongs to Italy.