Who’s down to explore some terrain like this? 😍🌎
📸: @dani_the_explorer thanks for the shot :)
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The Southwest's most famous waterfall, Havasu Falls, can be found on the 10-mile out-and-back hike on the Havasupai Reservation in the Grand Canyon. #waterfallwednesday
The cascades of turquoise water can be found at the end of the trail. You begin the trail with a series of switchbacks through tall cliffs, colorful sandstone, and shale canyon walls, wind your way through the area known as the Narrows, and finally passing from Hualapai Canyon into Havasu Canyon. || Words by Outdoor Project Contributor Allison Mayes, photo by Outdoor Project Contributor @rinisugianto#GrandCanyon#Arizona#travelusa#findyouradventure
Город на ладони... Сан-Франциско лучше всего обозревается с вершин холмов Твин Пикс. Этот Твин Пикс не имеет никакого отношения к сериалу. Это два холма-близнеца с чудеснейшей панорамой на 360 градусов на залив, город и океан.
Посмотрите, как хорошо отсюда читается город до самых мелких деталей. В центре залива - остров Алькатрас, та самая известная тюрьма, откуда сбежать было нельзя. Алькатрас - одно из самых любимых и посещаемых туристических объектов, магазины на пирсах просто завалены тюремной атрибутикой и полосатыми пижамами.
Я не любитель подобных аттракционов, как-то не увлекает и не веселит меня посещение казематов любого рода, поэтому обзора издалека, вполне достаточно.
Пока не удалось мне посмотреть на город отсюда в закатном свете и с ночными огнями. Думаю, что это очень красиво.
Spent the last 4 months of 2018 traveling the world with these clowns and was lucky enough to reunite with them on my first ever trip to NYC. Thanks for another epic weekend in another epic place @ryshoshin fam
Hurry up & wait. Have you ever been haunted by this feeling? As much as we wish we could have hit the road at soon as the clock struck midnight on the new year, there were still so many things to check off the to-do list 🗒We are more of the spontaneous kind by nature - get in the car and figure it out when we get there. Can you relate? We knew this would be a process but adventure is calling... hello! 🏔 However, in this moment we are living a valuable & crucial lesson: sometimes (most of the time) great things take patience. They take time, they require lists, details, research. Testing things out, testing it again. If the goal is longevity, the planning process is dire. There isn’t any room for short sightedness or skimping on quality. Whether it’s a road trip, a relationship, or a margarita mixed just right ... it’s worth the wait ⏰
If anybody finds themselves in Nashville, I would highly recommend visiting Nelson's Green Brier Distillery!
The story of this company is so astounding, from the father who brought his family to America and drowned in a gold plated suit comprised of his life savings, to the two college students who discovered their 'bootlegging ancestor' actually operated one of the most successful whiskey distilleries in America. The company has only been back in action for a few years after over 100 years hiatus, so we were able to sample some of the first barrels since the companies resurrection. The whiskey was great, and best of all, an effective hair of the dog!
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If I had to choose one trip that really changed my perspective on things, it would be the road trip I took last summer with my sister and our pup, Juniper. You see, this wasn’t our original summer plans. I had grand plans of traveling through South America, eating exotic fruits everyday, and learning Spanish, but last minute our dog sitter bailed and we had to adjust our plans accordingly. ⊛
The original objective of this trip was to get Juniper from point A (DC, a city I’ve learned to like and appreciate now but still struggle to fit in in) to point B (Portland, a city I instantly fell in love with). Since Juniper is a little too big to get on a plane with me, driving was the only way to accomplish this. ⊛
To say this was an eye-opening, humbling experience is an understatement. Before this trip, I was so sure the only city in the US I could see myself living in was Portland (and even then I could see myself there for a max of 5 years). During the trip, I proved myself wrong over and over again and developed a deep love for the Midwest and the South (Columbus, Louisville, Kansas City, Oklahoma City just to name a few). I also now hold a special place in my heart for New Mexico, Utah, and Arizona because that’s where I witnessed some of the most breathtaking, beautiful landscape and nature. ⊛
For the past decade, I let my negative experiences from my past dictate my feelings toward this country. I always daydreamed about moving abroad and never really felt present. But now I realize how ridiculous that was, and I’m so excited to explore this country even more (hopefully next time I’ll get to explore the North🤞🏼)! ⊛
Have you been on a trip that changed you in some way? If so, where was it and how did it change you?
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