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India is my favorite destination for new experiences. In 3 blocks you're see more, hear more and smell more than ever before! This is Gwalior Fort, built sometime between the 6th and 10th century - just one of the amazing sights you'll find in #India.
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I just started reading a new book and it made me think about what I really love. I say it a lot: I love the ocean, I love trees, I love yoga, I love bread, I love the smell of snow, I love the cows on the beach. So many things I love.
Am I really loving them? Or am I just liking them a lot?
What do I REALLY love?
And it just came to me, so obvious but for some reason hidden deep inside of me. I really truly love my family. Just because we don’t have a super close relationship it doesn’t mean I don’t love them. Two story’s popped into my mind that made me realize
1 - when I was about 11 years old I went on an overnight school trip into the mountains. My brother was very young, about one year old. That night I cried myself to sleep, scared that something would happen to him while I’m away and I’d never see him again
2 - last summer, I went to work on my bicycle and just as I crossed onto the main road I saw my dad drive by and he smiled and waved to me and for some reason it made me feel so incredible happy, I would’ve cried out of joy if I just could.. it made me see how much healing I still have to go through. So much more to learn on this ongoing journey called life.
Meet Masaki! His visit to Nigeria gave us a new appreciation for our culture and traditions.
You see Masaki is part of a Samba group in Japan and had therefore visited Brazil for a Samba competition (Samba dance is native to Brazil). His visit to Brazil had introduced him to African culture and religion most of which can be traced to Western Nigeria. He eventually made his way to Nigeria to explore the music, traditional religions and landscapes of the west Nigeria on a few of our experiences. He got dancing to live music performance by Femi Kuti at the New Afrika Shrine when tapping his feet and fingers were no longer enough. He visited the Osun Sacred Groves and was thrilled by the local art, the history, the tradition and his private meeting with one of the priestesses of the Ifa Religion. He hiked up the seven level Olumirin Waterfalls at Erin Ijesha and bathed in its cold cascading waters.
Masaki spent his New Year with us discovering a culture foreign to him and inspires us to explore more of Africa’s beauties.
African culture is diverse, deep and beautiful. #exploreafrica#tripzapp#tripzappexperiences#thisisafrica#thisisnigeria
Here we are in #LittleItalyNY where we had a slice at the first pizzeria in America! 🍕 🍎
Did you know that only the section of Mulberry Street (between Broome and Canal Streets, lined with Italian restaurants popular with tourists) remains distinctly recognizable as Little Italy? 🇮🇹