As most of y’all know, last weekend Akash & I had a staycation in Downtown Dallas and we had so much fun eating our hearts out & exploring around the city. Needless to say we left the trip with happy bellies & happy hearts. 🙂 I’ve gotten quite a few requests to share everything that we did in Downtown for any of you who happen to be visiting anytime soon, or even if you’re from the area but need suggestions of things to do on your day off! So without further ado, here’s our little itinerary from a three day weekend in Dallas!
Last week I spent a super relaxing few days in Oklahoma with my boyfriend and his family. We stayed at my boyfriend’s dad’s cabins up in the Beaver’s Bend surroundings, in the Broken Bow area- check them out here!! For those of y’all in the Oklahoma/Texas area, iff you ever find yourself wanting to take a little vacay, I highly recommend checking out these awesome cabins!
Anyway, we had so much fun on our little 4 day trip & I really wanted to share some of our photos with all of you! Akash took some of these pictures- if any of you have photography needs, be sure to check out his work here & here; he takes all of my photos, and does an amazing job 🙂 Thanks, baby!
Akash’s dad built a beautiful pond next to his properties- we spent one morning just exploring the area, and taking a nice walk around it. Last year we went fishing here, too!
We stayed in the Hilltop Honey Cove- amazing cabin, so much room!
Our second day on the trip it was super foggy- but it made for some really awesome photos!
We also stopped by the Hochatown State Park. It had a huge lake, and we spent one afternoon just by the shore finding seashells, skipping rocks, and playing frisbee- it was so nice to get some fresh air & just hang out. Akash took this photo by the water- so pretty!!
I hope all of you enjoyed seeing the pictures from our little trip! It was so nice to have a little getaway from real life, but now I’m back to work. Two more weeks until I head back to school, so I’m definitely going to be savoring my time here in Dallas for the next several days.