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Crochet bra: Urban Outfitters / High-waisted pants: Reformation / Sunglasses: Ray-ban / Watch: Daniel Wellington
Photos: Anat Morderer

My last day in Miami was so hectic and physically challenging- that rest assured when we got home near midnight that day, we passed out within seconds.
On this smouldering hot Miami day, the first place on the checklist was the downtown Farmer’s market, which is a dream-come-true for a tropical fruit lover. The tropical Miami climate allows for some of the most amazing agriculture, especially if you love a) organic fruit and b) tropical flavours like guava, sapodilla, mango, and jackfruit.
I was like a kid in a candy store and probably annoying the living daylight out of the farmers with all my questions, but I couldn’t help myself. From there we walked for what seemed like hours in the 40 degree Celsius plus humidity weather (and yea I was wearing pants. Bless my soul.) to Wynwood, which is a phenomenal artist district in the Midtown Miami area. You basically know you’re in Wynwood when there’s graffiti cornering you, there’s neon lights everywhere, and a hipster juice shop right in the smack centre of it all, which saved my life with it’s air conditioning by the way. We fled to the beach right after in fear that it may pour rain again, and then took a walk along the beach after sunset. As I write this I can’t help but reminisce on how amazing life can be if you seek out for adventure. This doesn’t even mean travelling anywhere far; just taking a hike in the morning and seeing where that will take you is enough to lead a spontaneous and thrilling life. In the words of my tumblr dashboard: the brave do not live forever, but the cautious do not live at all.