Hace dos fines de semana fuimos a pasear al parque de atracciones del Tibidabo, a disfrutar de las vistas de la ciudad desde el mirador y de un rico desayuno de chocolate con churros 😋. Como se aprecia en la foto también recibimos vitamina C 😜, pero con tanta lluvia parece que ha pasado una eternidad de ese momento 😏. Esperemos que en breve mejore, aunque no tiene pinta ☔.
Two weekends ago we went for a walk to the Tibidabo park, to enjoy the views of the city from the viewpoint and obviously a good breakfast 😋. As you can see in the picture we also receive vitamin C 😜, but with these rainy days it seems very different 😏. Hopefully it will improve soon, although it doesn't look like ☔.
No more monkeying around — time to take on a new week! 🐒
Have you ever been to the Amazon? I think my trekking trip through the Colombian Amazon rainforest has been one of the coolest things I have ever done. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Fun fact: my dad’s family used to have one of these monkeys growing up.
I love Sydney and I love study abroad! ⠀⠀
Study abroad opportunities are way underutilized and way more accessible than many people realize.
The program that I went through is called DEX and it is a direct exchange between my school in Sydney and my school in Montana! It allows me to keep paying tuition at Montana State and all my scholarships still apply. ⠀⠀
Australia in particular is such a cool place to study because you can also work up to 40 hours every two weeks on a student visa to help with expenses. (The minimum wage here is a little under $18 AUD, but most jobs pay at least $20/ hr.)
Study abroad has given me so many amazing friendships and experiences and I would love to help the next wave of university students figure out how Study abroad can work for them!
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• Victoria Peak - Hong Kong • I never get bored of this view having gone back to Hong Kong four times in the last two years. Not often is the view as clear as pictured but fortunately I’ve had the pleasure to show my friends and coworkers this view at its best condition. #vacation#hongkong#victoriapeak#asia
this weekend I finished writing my BA thesis, which means I’m done with university! Having worked part-time over the last 3 years while studying full-time, maintaining a social life, travel, and trying to stay active has been quite a challenge a lot of times but nevertheless taught me so much about myself and helped me becoming more self-aware. I learned to handle pressure, manage my time, set prorities, work in a team, take time for myself and much more. But most importantly I figured that MINDSET IS EVERYTHING!
here is to a new chapter of my life🎓 🚀
Gotta love the colors in this beautiful country ✨
My French Guiana To-Do list:
+ Wake up to the sound of the birdies
+ Walk barefoot
+ Reconnect with nature just being outdoors
+ Enjoy the sunset
+ Go offline
+ Smile, laugh and repeat❣️
How does it sound?
📸 by @detailsofperrine 💋 @guyane_tourisme#guyanetourisme#amazoniefrancaise
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Can you believe this is on the side of a freeway?! One of the reasons why I fell in love with Hawaii, and I can’t wait to go back!
Spending the last night here in Athens ✨ couldn’t think the better way than here in this beautiful hotel and having so much fun with lovely @katemeets again 💕 she’s just adorable! Time flies TOO QUICKLY with good company!
Do you know the feeling when you have so much fun that you don’t notice how time flies so quickly?
P.s. check out my stories to see behind the scenes of this photo 😉
📸 @mirocs .
Thank you so much for having us here @divanipalaceacropolis
Loves a good sunset.
It's hard to express how stunning north Norway is in the twilight stages of winter. Sunrise and sunset seem to blend into one, leaving the sky painted these incredible colours for most of the day. I was unable to put the camera down on a recent walk, with the sky providing an amazing backdrop at every change of vantage point.
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|ES| 📍Wat Arun
Wat Arun fue el primer templo que visite en Tailandia y quede fascinada por su decoración! Atención: tiene porcelana china y conchas marinas 😍
Situado a orillas del rio Chao Phraya, es también llamado el templo del amanecer y es el más alto de Bangkok. Su torre mide 82 metros!! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Es mi favorito junto con el de Wat Pho! No sabría con cuál quedarme! Cual es tu sitio favorito en Bangkok?? *
* |EN| Wat Arun, Bangkok
Wat Arun was the first temple I visited in Thailand and I was fascinated by its decoration! Attention: it has Chinese porcelain and seashells 😍
Located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, it is also called the Temple of Dawn and is the tallest one in Bangkok. Its tower: 82 meters!
It's my favorite, but Wat Pho as well! I would not know which one I like the most! What is your favorite place in Bangkok? *
Spent the past few days flopping and recovering from the trauma of my Myanmar trip (motion sickness, food poising and missed flights just to name a few lol), but I’m back now and feeling inspired ✨ Lots of new shots around London coming real soon!
🌅 SUNSET or SUNRISE? ☀️
I am definitely a sunset lover, but more than that I am in love with all sunsets in Bangkok! I’ve never seen such beautiful colors in any other place!
Went on a mini road trip with @vagabondhearts last weekend to the land of hot springs aka Idaho. Andrea had visited this area before so I was stoked for the ones that she had mapped out for us to visit. This one might not have been on the list, but when you can see plumes of steam rising off of the river from the road, it’s probably not the worst idea to pull over and make a pit stop.
In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you 💫🙏🏼✨ -Buddha | #DanandAmelyn#followAmetoMyanmar
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‘Even the smallest person can change the course of the future’
This is one of my favourite quotes from the Lord of the Rings, it shows that we are all capable of changing the world 💪 I want everyone to remember today how important they are, and how little actions like picking up litter, recycling or consciously using less plastic can make a huge impact and keep our world looking like this 😍
PHOTOGRAPHY TIP - If you have to shoot waterfalls I recommend firstly going at the beginning or end of the day when there is less light and having a tripod! For the camera settings you want a low shutter speed (let’s more light in) as this was capture the movement of the water and make it look silky! 💦 ::
TRAVEL TIP - walk further down the river for the chance to spot platypus!
📷 by @alexplores_the_world ::