It's harvest time! 🍎
Apple pressing in a neighbour's garden who happens to make award winning cider. 🍏
Now I'm not a cider drinker (sorry The Wurzals) but the juice that came out was delicious!
What's your tipple?
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I solemnly swear that I am up to no good. 🙃
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Spent my first winter break at a friend’s house in Santa Monica and did touristy L.A. things 🏙 This is Venice of America, a neighborhood modeled after Venice, Italy. 🇮🇹
This is probably my favorite photo of these two. I know, I know it’s so hard to choose. But I remember this moment so vividly ✨
We had just wrapped up taking some AMAZINGLY perfect photos. I told them for the last shot let’s just do a straight on photo. I was underneath them tippy toeing on a rock, I held my camera above my head and couldn’t even see what I was snapping. Automatically, Maradeed just clinged to Ryan with happiness... You can tell in their eyes their so utterly in love.
Sometimes, it’s not about the perfect posed photo, or the amazing view behind them. Sometimes it’s just a photo capturing their raw happiness that feeds the soul! 💫
Spent an afternoon strolling threw Burano, Italy. Feeling grateful for the locals that allow tourists to travel threw their home. It is a small place full of color, beauty and authenticity and I’m happy I was able to experience it first hand.
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Oh I've fallen for you, Autumn 🍂
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Advice from a palm tree...
* Soak up the sun * Stand tall and proud * Remember your roots * Drink plenty of water * Be content with your natural beauty * Enjoy the view ...
These are the type of roads that I’d rather walk than drive down!
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I have officially found my favorite color palette 🎨 in Burano, Italy. I’ve always loved these colors but this spoke to me. The whole place did. Something about colorful houses just make you feel good as you walk threw town. Thankful for this journey.
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I’m a sucker for a skyline 💙 Such stunning views of Seattle from Kerry Park ✨
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Throwback Thursdays to sunsets at Kotor Bay. One of the most surreal moments.
Where's your favourite place to watch sunsets?
A fantastic day by the race course 🐎💃 Melbourne’s Spring Racing Carnival is one of the highlights of the racing year in Australia 🇦🇺 The Malibu-themed Stella Artois Caulfield Cup Day is on this Saturday. Glad the Aussies like our Belgian beer 🍻 #caulfieldcup#springracing#melbournelifestyle#visitmelbourne
Throw back Thursday 🎈
Im going back with memories to amazing George Town in Malaysia where u can find amazing Street Art, great food and extremly friendly people 💙
Have u ever been there?
Na blogu powoli tworzy się kilka wpisów, a jednym z nich jest 5 najlepszych miast, które odwiedziliśmy podczas ostatniej podróży do Azji 💙
Jednym z nich jest oczywiście George Town!
A czy Malezja jest na waszej liście podróżniczej? 😉
Whilst we all use Google maps to get us around, I found Prague locals to be willing to go out of their way to direct me, either in perfect English or with a laugh and some hand gestures. It was a local who explained the tram system to me and even showed me to the nearest stop on arrival in picturesque Prague.
Asking my new acquaintance about the sweet smell infiltrating my nostrils, I was hastily told they were Trdelnik. Large rolls of dough baked over an open grill, covered in sugar and ground walnuts.
I enquired whether they were they just a tourist preoccupation and he said yes, as most locals found them too expensive AND they were actually Hungarian. So that was off the list.
However, he did endorse my enthusiasm regarding the famous Czech beer. As my tram pulled up, he bid me farewell and left me to stamp my ticket aboard the tram.
The easiest way to get around Prague is by tram or metro, once you get used to the system. The tickets are sold by length of travel time, so in 30,60 and 90 mins.
To save time waiting to get tickets, buy them in advance from the machine*with English language selected, in the railway station or metro. Make sure you validate them on the tram or before getting on the metro. You cannot buy them aboard transport.
On a different note...
Souvenirs. One of my friend's gets a fridge magnet wherever she travels. Forget the retro Smeg. All you need to have a colourful fridge is cover it in fridge magnets. Thank me later.
I think it is good to support the people who's lively hood is based upon tourism and souvenirs. You can get some original pieces that you can't get at home.
What souvenirs do you buy?
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2nd post for today 🌞 #throwback to my last holiday in Taormina, #Sicily 😊😊 Such a beautiful place, rich in #culture and history.
Traboules like this are hidden passageways between buildings and are very common in Lyon. They were built for silk workers (canuts) to make it easier to get the goods from building to building since the streets of Lyon could make that journey roundabout and cumbersome.
In World War II the French Resistance used these as meeting places and to pass information. By doing so, Lyon was able to avoid full occupation by the Nazis.
There are at least 400 located in Vieux Lyon and Croix-Rousse, though not at all are open to the public. If ever in Lyon go for a wander in the streets and look for open building doors or a lion plaque above the door.
This is just me pretending to be cool, when I actually fell off this sidewalk just before taking this picture.
To be fair, my face looks pretty cool with the @execuspecs_sa on 😎
All you need is a good dose of vitamin sea! Love everything about it: the smell, the sound of the waves, the colors! Nothing makes me as happy as spending a nice day at the beach surrounded by the ones you love! 🌊☀️