Mongolia, 2018. Warning: side effects may include spontaneous badassery feelings for braving the wind, frigid cold, vastness of land and the up and down tumbles of the best mode of transport there is, UAZik. #mongolia#insearchofperfect
Reminiscing some memories this past one year. He already traveled to 9 cities in 6 countries (South Africa, England, Indonesia, Singapore, Belgium, Italy) in his first year of life. Thats wayyyy more than me in my first 20 years. 😂 I am so glad that we have the opportunity to be able to introduce the world of travel to him at the early age. ❤️
I am so thrilled to be going back to this beautiful place with crystal water and the most genuine people.
It’s been 4 years since I’ve drank from coconuts and called myself a Bahama mama. 🙄 This time @sergeman92 and I will be visiting for my birthday. 🎉💃🏻
If you’ve been, or if you dream of going, what are your must see, must do, bucket list sights and activities in the Bahamas? 🇧🇸
Sailing through Greece, exploring tiny little islands & swimming until it's too dark to see. Perfection ♡
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You guys would know by now that health & wellbeing is really important to me & that I am super careful with what I put on my skin ~ always travelling with @biooilusa, my go to for glowing skin
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Some hikes are well worth it when you find places like these 💙
And yes, as you can tell from my crisp body, the water was freeeeeezing ❄️
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Somewhere over the rainbow in a little town in Germany we found these colourful homes
They say it’s just like riding a bike... well moments before this I fell off said bike and scrapped my knee. This was the most carefree and tough face I could muster 🚲
5 Interesting Facts About Ancient Ephesus:
- Ephesus, now Selçuk in modern Turkey, was one of the most famous cities of the ancient Mediterranean.
- It contained the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and served as a crossroads between the East and West for centuries.
- Library of Celsus - There are visible ruins of a library dedicated to Proconsul Tiberius Julius Celsus Polemeanus, governor of the province of Asia, that housed between 12,000-15,000 scrolls.
- A great city for pagans and Christians alike, Ephesus contained the normal trappings of Roman and Greek cities, including a theater that seated 17,000-25,000 people.
- Ephesus was destroyed by an earthquake in A.D. 17 and then rebuilt and enlarged by Tiberius.
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