Spent four days at home with horrible back-ache probably blown out or just got cold. Still can't good turn to the left side but after strong pills and salve, I’m ready to go work tomorrow.
Stayed most of the time during these days in bed and find indulgence listening to podcasts (heard all from MY DVĚ - @dominika.po and @ditta.z and from @me_and_orla) and watching some old favorite movies.
Hopefully, soon will everything be fixed with my back and I can return to so much missed yoga classes and planned meetings with friends. Already the second day I dream about cappuccino.
Have a beautiful day all.💗☕️
One year of AAWARA BANJARA 🏃🏽♂️🙏🏻
I started travelling or wandering like a nomad one year back. Never knew I'd explore so much when I started. "When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it."
This is something that inspired and kept me going and achieve what I want, fulfilling my dream of exploring new places in India without a break. It was never easy. Getting out of the comfort zone and being a Banjara was the toughest task.
It was an unbelievable experience. Exploring new places, staying there, meeting new people, learning different cultures, the food and ofcourse smoking from different regions of the country is what I call an experience. It all still feels like a dream to me.
I suggest everyone to be Aawara, a free spirit atleast once in your life time. You'll never regret.
Let's go? 🏃🏽♂️
Namaste you all.🙏🏻
#namaste#india#travel#exploretocreate#freespirit#iamaawara#letsgo#somewhere#happyplace#indiadiaries#incredibleindia #420 #banjara#instalike#wanderlust#behappy#noregrets#nomad#vagabond#google#googlemaps#travelguide#indiagram
In a conversation with #OGARAF, I asked, what if we got to God's direction the way Nigerians give directions on the street?(Nothing like the maps #googlemaps#satnav#navigationsystem in the car)
Me: " Good Afternoon, please I'm trying to get to so, so and so street.." Person on the street: (Repeats the name of the street 3-4 times) Ok.. just turn back just be going straight ...straight... straight.. Don't turn oh! Then you will reach one junction. Then you will turn left go down ... down... down... then you turn right and just be going... be going... be going...then turn right again then you will see one big sign board. Then you turn small... small oh! by your left hand. Then you will see some okada people ask them and they will show you the place. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Thank God for His mercies 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 "How can a young person live a clean life? By carefully reading the map of your Word. I’m single-minded in pursuit of you; don’t let me miss the road signs you’ve posted. I’ve banked your promises in the vault of my heart so I won’t sin myself bankrupt. Be blessed, God ; train me in your ways of wise living. I’ll transfer to my lips all the counsel that comes from your mouth; I delight far more in what you tell me about living than in gathering a pile of riches. I ponder every morsel of wisdom from you, I attentively watch how you’ve done it. I relish everything you’ve told me of life, I won’t forget a word of it." Psalm 119:9-16 MSG
I pray that in God's mercy and by His grace you won't miss His direction this year.
I pray wisdom for each step of the way in Jesus Mighty Name Amen 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 #DIRECTIONS#canyourelate#beenthere#connectthedots#everyjagajagastep#grace#wisdom#mercy
Faroe Islands’ human population: 50,000. Faroe Islands’ sheep population: 70,000. So it’s no wonder Google showed up to the 18-island archipelago in the North Atlantic in 2016 to document the paths of the wandering woolly beasts. Now, thanks to the sheep, the Faroe Islands are literally on the Google Street View map. To read about the logistics of strapping Faroese sheep with Street View Trekkers and 360-degree cameras–and to explore the islands from a sheep’s-eye view–head to the link in our bio. Photo by @omdidet.#traveldeeper
Snow place like DC for a snow day ❄️ How did you spend your snow day today?
We don’t know about you guys, but we actually love how the city shuts down when it snows! Maybe because we’re southerners... 😂
Snow days here feel like the world just stops & we get a little extra time to catch up on life. Plus, the snow is beautiful!
We worked hard wedding planning & played hard making snow angels & having snow ball fights 👊🏼
Worldwide Google Street View coverage
“Google Street View will blur houses for any user who makes a request, in addition to the automatic blurring of faces and licence plates. Privacy advocates have objected to the Google Street View, pointing to views found to show men leaving strip clubs, protesters at an abortion clinic, sunbathers in bikinis, and people engaging in activities visible from public property in which they do not wish to be seen publicly. Another concern is the height of the cameras, and in at least two countries, Japan and Switzerland, Google has had to lower the height of its cameras so as to not peer over fences and hedges.”
“The concerns have led to Google not providing or suspending the service in countries around the world:
Austria: Google Street View was banned in Austria because Google was found to collect Wifi data unauthorized in 2010. After the ban was lifted rules were set up for how Street View can operate legally in Austria. Google resumed collecting imagery in 2017. As of 2018 Google Street View is available in select areas of Austria.
Australia: In 2010, Google Street View ceased operations in Australia, following months of investigations from Australian authorities. However, this cessation has since ended releasing updated Street View imagery for Australian towns and cities on July 27, 2011.
Germany: In 2011, after having put online the pictures of the 20 largest cities, Google stopped taking Street View images in Germany.
India: In 2011, Google stopped taking street images in India, after receiving a letter from police authorities in Bangalore.
Canada: Service for Canada was delayed while they attempted to settle with the Canadian government over its privacy laws. Privacy and town beauty concerns were dealt with and Street View is available in Montreal and other Canadian cities.”
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