2. Majorda Beach - Best birthday EVER!
3. Palolim Beach
4. South Goa - Jurassic park is it?
5. Gokarna - Hill Top ❤️
6. North Goa - A forced trip to Gelato
7. Bir - Musicathon 3.0
8. Bir - Before I lost my tooth but not my spirits
9. Dharmshala - Music & Mountains
10. Dharamshala - Hog it till you blog it
Oggi al @centropecci le tracce del progetto "Cielo riservato al cielo" di Gabriele Germano Gaburro. Ricordatevi di firmare la petizione per liberare il cielo di Casa Sponge: http://chng.it/4fVMgXbM
#NEWPOST My Puerto Plata guide will now be living on my blog!⠀
I received so much great feedback from my recent adventure in DR that I decided to do a quick round-up with everything on luciellesalomon.com. That way you can always refer to it when needed.⠀
It warms my heart to read/hear your responses. It is SO much appreciated. ⠀
The link is located in my bio and it will take you directly to the post. I am sharing all the deets. Let me know your thoughts :) #TheRealDR#GoDomRep@godomrep
It’s actually unreal how lush and green Ireland is. Pictures don’t do justice to properly show the beauty that is Ireland 💚
This picture was taken at Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland. You may think of Giant’s Causeway as being all hexagonal shaped rocks, but in actuality that’s only a little part. The hills surrounding the popular Giant’s Causeway all look like this. It takes a bit of a hike to get to this specific view but I think it was well worth it 🍀🇮🇪 Have you been to Ireland before?
This, this is The Grand Tetons. And do you know what it means? ⠀
The Tetons are the most famous peaks in Wyoming. This place has such a rich history it's worth going to nps.gov/grte to learn more. It is said the first american who explored the Teton mountains is John Colter (born in VA from European ancestors) in the early 1800's while he was employed by the fur trader Manuel Lisa. But the Jackson Hole occupation date back to about 11,000 years ago.
So who named the place?⠀
Seems it the Frenchies. Ha!⠀
French trappers named the South, Middle, and Grand Teton. Tetons literally means "tits" in French. So here it is, no joke these beautiful mountains that people love to climb, hike and ski on, are named "The Big Tits". ⠀
No wonder why it's such a popular place! ⠀
Happy Hump Day people! Ha!⠀
This mini cabin is off the grid, over looking San Gorgonio.. what a sweet little discovery. There was a journal with entries from all sorts of visitors. PCT hikers, weekenders and others who have personally heard about this spot from friends. With a blanket, my @jackeryusa, a little food and water, I could see myself staying for a few days. .
📸 @allgoodsfromthewoods // @jackeryusa
If you catch a ferry, you can visit the Cowichan region on Vancouver Island. A short trip from Seattle, the island has some of the most stunning coastlines in the world. Worth it for a weekend getaway trip!
22 1,1763 January, 2020
The coziest weekend vibes at @tyehaus ♥️. Out in Skykomish, there are three cabins to rent—2 of which come with a hot tub. There’s lots of great things to do near the cabins including the Scenic Hot Springs, Lake Serene, Lake Minotaur, and a lot of other amazing outdoor activities. One of our favorite places to escape to ✨
34 2,66724 November, 2019
Palouse Falls! Have you had a chance to check it out in the winter time? No matter what the weather, we are obsessed. @spirithiker
33 1,97611 January, 2020
Our friends at @lakedaleresort have the perfect lake for some Kayaking 😍. Located on San Juan Island, they have a variety of accommodations to fit anyone’s traveling preference. From log cabins, yurts, and canvas tents, you’ll definitely find something you love here 💕
6 7445 January, 2020
Even if it’s cloudy outside, @thenestseattle is still a cozy spot to sip some drinks & watch the ferries cross Puget Sound. Where are some of your favorite spots for views in the city?