Maldives paradise island 🌴 This picture was taken on a sand bank which @emi_cheung and I had all to ourselves. It’s basically a tiny island that appears during low tide and disappears with the high tide. Such a cool experience✌🏽
More Cape Town!⠀
We loved hanging out with the seals of South Africa while we were in Cape Town. If you are daring enough to get into the frigid waters off the coast, these curious little guys are always down to come say hi!⠀
We got lucky and a few waddled up onto the beach to check us out! It was so cool to see them up close, and we were grateful they saved us from an icey swim!!⠀
Have you ever been to Cape Town? What was your favorite wildlife encounter?⠀
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I wait for moments that I can’t see
It’s what I keep my eyes on
I know they’re coming
Like a sunrise bellow the horizon
I wait for love in the same way.’’
Hampton Beach, Nh 2016 #shotoniphone
The last of the murals ... this gentleman is playing an ‘erhu’ or Chinese violin as it is known in the Western world. I hope you’ve enjoyed this series as much as I’ve enjoyed sharing them with you ! .
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Early in the morning we visited the incredible Mingun Pahtodawgy. An incomplete stupa built in 1709. Now after many years and a few earth quakes the ruins are what remains left of the incomplete monument.
We walked around the whole stupa before we met 2 young monks. It was incredible to talk to them and learn about why Buddhism is so important in Myanmar.
This sure is my favourite part about traveling. Meeting locals, learning how they live and learning about there culture and beliefs.
Have you ever seen anything like this before?🧡
That feeling of relief when you finally reach the top of the mountain and it’s like you are on top of the world now!⛰ I was never someone who enjoyed a long, strenuous hike like this one. That was, until I realized the feeling I got from being at the top. Seeing everything below me and realizing that only a few hours ago I was just a speck on the ground.
For anyone who doesn’t like hiking, has never hiked before or is more of just a casual hiker (like I used to be), i challenge you to find a mountain that you would never think about hiking and do it!
Pack a backpack, get a friend or group of people and turn it into a day trip or a short weekend camping trip. I promise the views at the top of just about any mountain will be beyond amazing and you will feel a sense of accomplishment, relief and serenity.
Take in the views, breath in the fresh air and just relax, as this is the time to really reflect on just how small we are in this huge world around us
What to do in #Tashkent ? ☀️ 1.Sample some Uzbek treats at the Chorsu Bazaar 🍇
They say to get a real view into the life and culture of a place, you should swing by the local market. Well, this one is the biggest and oldest market in Central Asia.
Grab some snacks on the top floor, we bought apricots, nuts, raisins, and figs. Don’t miss the candy section outside either!
2.Marvel at the metro stations🚇
It’s the oldest (1977) subway system in Central Asia and each station has a different theme.
Have a look at these stops: Kosmonavtlar, a station famous for portraits of cosmonauts, the Alisher Navoi station (photo above) contains mosque-like architecture, Bodomzor, and Mustakillik Maydoni, which has giant chandeliers hanging from its ceiling.
3.Buy bread from baby carriages at Chigatay Bazaar🍞
Stop by this market for some of the best bread you’ll eat in Uzbekistan. Local women sell the loaves from baby carriages. If that’s not the most adorable thing ever, what is? Stop by, they’ll be happy to see you! ------------------------------------------------------- #ExploreTashkent with Elite Tours International
What’s up Qatar 🇶🇦 a really dull overcast and dusty day ..I had put my jumpers away 😎Adding a splash of colour to brighten your day ...Daytime fireworks 🧨 @alwasmi Garden Festival @katara until this festival I did not know you could have daytime fireworks 😎 I thought fireworks were just for night time 😂
Like I said before..... As far as I know, this is the only “Corona” available on Guam!
Guam is a paradise island and I truly miss it!
Put Guam on your bucket list for 2020.(This is a totally unsolicited post made by a fan of Guam and has nothing to do with official Guam posts)
Grazie a @desenio per questi bellissimi poster con cornice
Io ho scelto:
- Ink Embrace (13x18)
- Shc - Lightbox (21x30)
- Shoulder Watercolor (13x18)
- Coco (30x40)
Il codice ‘ELIGIR’ offre il 30% di sconto sui poster del sito di @desenio , entro il 24 febbraio (esclusi i poster delle categorie «Handpicked/Poster Personalizzati» e le cornici)