Marbella & Puerto Banus
I’ve lived through some of the most wild, unimaginable, unforgettable nights in Puerto Banus. Overpacked Ferraris being stopped by the police at 4am, cars breaking down between Nikki Beach and Puerto Banus, spontaneous trips to other countries the night I should be flying home, finding myself at the embassy to get a new passport looking like a drag queen, with tragically smudged makeup which was applied 24 hours earlier and a white dress stained in jäger. I love sharing the stories of what I live through and quite frankly what I live for. I like to laugh a lot and feel alive. People might think I am crazy, but so far I can put my hand on my heart and say I’ve truly lived the life that I chose. In my opinion the worst sin is to allow and accept a boring life.
When people talk about going to Marbella, they actually mean that they’re off to party in the luxurious town of Puerto Banus. I often see Facebook posts saying ‘no carbs before Marbs’ showing off a bowl of rabbit food for breakfast, but the truth is that most people don’t even venture out the vicinity of the Marina. When you get there, you will understand why.
The Spanish equivalent to St Tropez is known as one of the most upper class towns in the world. It boasts an endless supply of restaurants, bars, clubs and boutique shops to keep you entertained throughout your stay- which is lucky really because if you were after a sight seeing vacation you have chose the wrong place! View Full Post