I actually really like the cold but recently just realised that 6 months of it is probably all I can take before I start feeling that I need to chase the sun again. Being back in Sydney meant that a winter escape was necessary and we were lucky to go on a little weekend getaway thanks to Anchorage Port Stephens that sure was rather luxurious!

Wearing: Topshop cami, Asos shorts (also in black), Céline bag, Uniform Wares watch & Zara scarf (similar here)

Wearing: Asos dress, leather jacket from Paris (similar here), Céline bag & Rayban Sunglasses.

Wearing: Playful Promises bikini, Sass & Bide cardi & Rayban Sunglasses.

Wearing: Asos dress, old espadrilles (similar here) & Céline bag.

Even though we were running late on the first day we were still treated to our sunset sail on a yacht with our skipper Alistair. It was 46ft and was made in France, and after a cruisy sail out followed by a short stop to indulge in local oysters (yumm!), cheese, fruit and wine we were in for a fun sail back where we got to sit on the bow and swing our feet over as the yacht leaned on one side. More on that later! That was probably my favourite part of the weekend because I got to tick off something that was never on my bucket list but really enjoyed - there sure is a first for everything! That day was followed with early morning breakfasts' (their bircher muesli with mixed berries was always a pick - they made it soo good!), high tea, relaxing massages, fish n chips & strawberry milkshakes, trying to stay for as long as I can in the sauna, alot of exploring and fun beach days.What's even better is that Anchorage Port Stephens have put together an exclusive offer specially for The Love Assembly readers so that you can indulge in a bit of luxury too. I'll have that and a little something extra for you to watch next week! Happy Friday!
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