The Bluffton Farmer's Market features local produce, honey, meat, dairy, bread, and more! There's live entertainment, farm-to-table chef demos, and activities for kids. 🚌 Explore Historic Bluffton and Savannah’s Wildlife Refuge with us on Wednesdays!
So far this year has been such a year for growth,in me as a person and in the relationships with those around me. I am so blessed to be surrounded by such amazing people who speak life into me.
This year I told my self I would say yes to more, that I would not allow my fears to dictated how I live my life. And I have done that so far and will continue to do so. In saying all of this I have some really cool things coming up, things that I am terrified about sharing but also super proud of.
So stay tuned 😬
Thanks @morgan_gardner for the photo love you lots.
Afternoon drinks on us!🍹
Come to Kung Lee Sugarcane Juice (60 Hollywood Rd) on Thursday at 3pm and grab a free juice from the iDiscover crew! What's better than a refreshing home-grown juice from a 70-year-old family joint?
Tip: this is the perfect spot for your iDiscover Ding Ding Photo Competition entry as well! Limited quantity, come on time!🥂
Indonesia has one of the finest tea and coffee plantation. You can taste various flavours at #tegalalang rice field which offers beautiful Rice Field with famous Bali swing.
I grabbed a few packets of vanilla and ginger tea.
📍THE PANTHEON — almost 2000 years old, is probably the oldest building I’ve been to in my life! The word “Pantheon” actually means “honor all Gods”. Swipe left for more pics inside! 👈👀 Built in 113–125 AD, it is the most preserved and influential building of Ancient Rome. It’s also a wonderful epitome of 2nd century Roman architecture, and where few of the most influential people in Italian history are buried!
2nd pic: The Pantheon Main Altar - from Jupiter to Mary. It used to be a pagan temple— for all gods and all people. It was said that cutting animals open appeased several gods.
3rd pic: The Pantheon Dome — made of concrete, a Roman Invention. It’s the basis and model of the Vatican and Florence Domes! The interior height and the diameter of the dome are the same (141 feet. 8 inches; or 43.2m). 4th pic: Tomb of Victor Emanuel II — first King of Italy (1820-1878)
5th pic: Tomb of King Humbert I — second King of Italy (1844-1900) and Margherita Savoia, Queen of Italy (1851-1926)
I went there March 22 this year, and as I look back, I am still in awe being in there, giving me time traveling feels! 🇮🇹 #JoyToTheWorld#JoyMeetsEurope#LifeWellTraveled
If you love nature, you will find beauty everywhere 🌳☀️🌊
Would you believe me if I told you this photo was taken behind a mall? Malbo and I tried to find a park yesterday and were lead here, outside the mall’s parking garage. There weren’t trails to walk but this scenic moment surprised us and was worth the odd driving directions 🤣