with Siri Kay
I'll just say it straight up: Le Sirenuse is the Holy Grail of where to stay when you visit Positano.
The nice lady at the cash register totally tricked me!
After graciously introducing herself, she showed me over to the cabinets on each side of the "Dining Room" (as they call their flagship shop). Opening the wood and glass display doors she...
Hi. My name is Siri and I'm a dish girl.
On about day 3 in Positano, Italy, our legs were spent. Multiple times each day we were hiking up and down 800 stairs each way. Down sounds like it would be easy, but honestly...no. Pretty close to just as hard! We strategized that we might get some relief by wandering (slowly) up Viale Pasitea as it wound up the hill almost to ...
TO THE RELAX PAGE
This is the Relax Home Page
Relaxing generally takes the form (for me) of some kind of spa treatment.
I like spa visits pretty much anywhere I travel, but I have kind of developed this thing:
I pick the treatment off the menu that represents something from the
culture of where I am.
in Hawaii, I've picked a Lomi Lomi massage (totally transformational btw);
in Mexico I totally went for the
Native Elements Ceremony;
in Palm Springs I've picked the facial that uses Prickly Pear oil and so on.
If nothing 'represents',
then I endeavor to just try something that's new to me (harder and harder to find as life goes on!) such as a watsu, reiki, lymphatic or sound vibration healing.
I always know I will get exactly what my body needs so I surrender to the experiences and they never fail to leave me feeling peaceful, pampered and happy.