🚌 Siempre vemos en instagram esas parejas que compran una van, la remodelan, y se van a viajar.🥰 Nosotros estamos pensando seriamente si lo hacemos.🤔
¿Crees que vale la pena invertir en algo así, y hacer tu hogar sobre ruedas? 🚗 Cuéntanos.🙆🏻♂️🙆🏼♀️♥️
Nos gusta creer que pueden existir momentos como estos en medio de las responsabilidades de día a día 🕔, hacer una pausa 🤚 y endulzarte la vida 🍰. 🧁Si vienes a Chachapoyas te recomendamos esta Pastelería, es demasiado buena.
All I want for Christmas is you. ❤️ And another cup of hot chocolate because it’s cold here. 🙈 @germanytourism
We spent the day exploring the town of Aachen and absolutely fell in love with this quaint German town. Aachen is right on the border of the Netherlands and Belgium and the Christmas market here is right in the old town square with this beautiful cathedral as it’s backdrop. 😍 It’s a bit less popular than Cologne, but that’s part of what makes it so dreamy and it’s only a 30 minute train ride away and absolutely worth it!
. #germanytourism#aachentourismus#visitgermany#christmastime 🎄 #germanytourismpartner
Baby it’s cold outside ❄️ No seriously it is cold. Growing up and living in Miami means we are not use to temperatures below 60 degrees. So you can imagine the layers of clothes we were actually wearing (about 7 🤦♀️). In addition to hand and toe warmers, anything we could think of to keep us warm.
I get a sensation often when I’m writing that I’m sharing too much. I’m conflicted daily, I have so much that I want to put out into the world, but worry it won’t sound sincere, that I’m neurotic or that it’s entirely unneeded. Then I feel strengthened at the response to my writing as it seems to resonate. I’m in a funny position now where I’ve taken on a mortgage and house/workspace renovation and work entirely for myself, mostly through Instagram. It puts a certain pressure behind my words, will they speak enough truth, am I being coherent, is my message aligned with the work I’m putting out and will it lead people to invest in my work and me as a creator? Is what I’m putting out enough? One of the main reasons we moved on from owning a physical shop together was so that I’d have time to sit with myself, my breadth of experience so far, and go inwards. Be alone more. Listen intently. Write and share. Start letting go. I know my purpose is to transcend my human experience while simultaneously creating beauty and love in this world and assisting others with their journey, and that I talk fairly honestly about my daily life. I hold back so much though, because I feel the sphere of voices on mental health is over saturated, that revisiting trauma publicly isn’t helpful for me and that above all I’m balancing and internal and external process. It encourages me to keep sharing by the responses I receive, but that shouldn’t be the only reason. Any pieces I write on love and my experience as a partner to @samhairwolfryder I share privately with him first, carefully watching his face as he scans the words and waiting with my breath held to see if it’s a yes or a no. He’s never said no, he always lights up. And for now while navigating the majority of my working universe being behind a screen, that’s the little nod that I’m on the right path 💛 Photos by the insanely beautiful and talented @megaan 🌿 #lonewolvescreative
2019 has been a year full of changes! Right since January there’s been nothing but blessings pouring down and I owe most of that to this guy here!♥️ It’s true when they say that you only need 1 person in your life that fully believes in you. Jon has taught me so much this year and has pushed me to where I never thought I would ever be☺️ 250 days till I get to feel like this forever!✨✨
How did you meet your true love?
These two adventurous souls met at a music festival-how cool is that?! They hit it off and the rest is history
And for me, I met my hubby at a chemistry class in college!
Let me know below where you met your true love! I’m super curious and can’t wait to find out 🥰
While planning our trip to Hanoi, we honestly did not have much expectations and had our worries about how the pollution would affect our trip.
We can definitely say that it is well worth it and should be a MUST to experience when in Vietnam. The traffic was doable and all the major attractions are located in the same area, which makes it easier to see everything on your list plus there is no rush to get from point A to B.
We love the food and traditional, historical culture we got to experience here, that is so very different from the south.
With all that being said, we need to be real and admit that the pollution is a real problem and we are a bit sick because of it. Wear your masks when you visit!
Do you usually read in your holidays? Which book can you recomend us for our next trip? 🇪🇸 En nuestro último viaje a Colombia leímos un montón en las playas del Caribe, en Múcura comenzamos "Opio en las nubes" pero al regresar a casa el Kindle no dio para más. Está vez fuimos preparados con uno a prueba de agua y un par best-sellers en alemán, que sin embargo no lograron llamar nuestra atención, así que volvimos a los clásicos y leímos "Respiración artificial". 🇩🇪 Wir lasen viele Bücher in der Karibik während unserer letzten Reise nach Kolumbien. In Múcura lasen wir "Opio en las Nubes", aber als wir wieder zu Hause waren, ging der Kindle kaputt. Dieses Mal waren wir mit einem neuen wasserdichten Kindle und ein paar Krimis, die letztlich nicht so interessant waren, ausgerüstet. Am Ende entschieden wir uns, "Respiración Artificial" zu lesen.
2 2210 hours ago
Venice has such a special place in our hearts. Despite the fact that it's sinking and that it's swarmed with tourists, it's one of the places we felt "love." .
We took our time to just walk AWAY from the hustle and bustle of the touristy spots and just wandered through the little corridors and tight alleys, feeling dwarfed by the window-laced buildings looming over us. We didn't feel lost at all! After all how lost can you be in a teeny fish-shaped island?! .
We crossed so many picturesque bridges and wanted to stop and admire each one. We had light but delicious tapas-like "ciccheti" every day with sips of wine. We gazed at the Mediterranean as the sun blanketed the waters and its gondolas with its warm rays. .
How could you not be in love?!
4 24210 hours ago
There is just something about a swing that makes us feel like kids again. No matter how old you get, never stop playing 😀
ON THE LOOKOUT FOR THE NEXT ADVENTURE 👀.
As some of you guys know, we have done what many people would consider “too much too quickly”, by seeing 6 countries in 7 weeks.
But that only leaves us wanting to see more! We are so lucky to have the opportunity to explore the world 🌍 so long may that continue...
It’s Kez’s birthday in January 🎉 where would you guys recommend spending it?
49 58213 hours ago
Back to the UK and back to reality. After the results of the GE, I wish I lived somewhere else. #Tunisia#Hergla
6 9013 December, 2019
Time slows and for half a second you admire life in its simplicity.
📸 @paul_cliffy .
Happy birthday my love 💕
I hope your birthday has been unforgettable filled with cake, skydiving, dinner together and just enjoying each others company🙊 I can’t believe that one more year has passed in our lives but what I know that I want to grow old with you hand in hand. Sharing life’s great moments. I wish to spend many more years celebrating life with you. Happy birthday my love 💕 @mirocs
Tú y yo + frío = Bombón helado 😉
Toi et moi + froid = Chocolat glasé 😘😍🇫🇷
You and me + cold = Frosted chocolate 😘😍🇬🇧
25 1,11711 December, 2019
A BIG DUNE IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE 🐪
Our experience in the Wadi Rum Desert couldn’t be better! The sceneries you can see around there are something amazing that really look from another world!
Also known as the Valley of the Moon, plenty of famous films have been shot here. A couple examples? 🎞 “The Martian” or “Rogue one: a Star Wars story” 🌚. Now we understand why - it’s just breathtaking!
Have you ever been to Jordan or are you planning to visit it?
Travel tips 🧭:
-Wadi Rum is a protected desert located in southern Jordan, a must see place if you plan to visit this incedibile country 🇯🇴
-it is a 2h drive by car from/to Petra, the routes are scenic and in a good shape 🚗
-we suggest you to spend at least one night at a Bedouin camp: you will be able to experience the real lifestyle of this population (the food was amazing!), to witness a wonderful and unforgettable sunset 🌅 and to do a lot of stargazing 🔭
-during night time the temperature will terribly decrease, keep in mind to bring some warm clothes with you 🥶
-during the day you can book a 4WD tour (as we did) or just wear your backpack, bring liters of water with you and walk around the desert on your own - least but not less important: do this only if you have good GPS connection!!! 🎒
-be aware that in most camps you will not be able to connect to a WiFi/satellite, it will be a good excuse to unplug a bit and relax
Happy B-day to my travel buddy🥳 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Thank you for always protecting me, reminding me to put my phone down and be present but most importantly making me feel appreciated and loved! It’s been an awesome year full of adventures and I can’t wait for many more✌🏻 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Happy birthday @dianamalutann 🥂