DON’T CRY FOR ME, INDIA
India is many things
It is bustling and serene
Heart-breaking and inspirational
State-of-the-art and timelessly traditional
A monument to love
To a minaret with a view
Whose soul is in the people heart
This is Lasse, from Germany. Lasse is the youngest traveler I met during the trip, he was only 16 at the time. He traveled from Germany to Croatia, Albania, and Montenegro for three weeks . We when to a small town called Trogir near Split together. It’s really tiny and has beautiful ancient buildings, during the summer there’s quite a lot of people, but we had a good time. I bought some really delicious figs at the local market.
Lasse speaks perfect English cuz he had been to the USA for exchange one year. He’s a runner, one of the fastest person in Germany. We might see him in Tokyo in 2020. .
Oak Island, Mati
Etong beach na to sobrang ganda!! Pero parang ayaw mag pa-swimming. Minsan kalma pero biglang lalaki yung alon. Bawal din mag-usap ng malakas kasi sabi nila sanctuary daw to ng mga sirena. 😨😨😨
The most important people in your life are the ones who reach out to you. Whether it’s to make plans or to catch up or if it’s as simple as “hey, this reminded me of you today, how are you?” These are the people that are going to be there when you need them, when no one else is, when you’re at your worse. Because sometimes you don’t need someone you’re close with, someone you’ve known your whole life, or someone who’s family- sometimes you just need someone who’s there.
“Salto do Utiariti, quem você levaria para esse lugar incrível? Marca essa pessoa no comentário”
“Going to religious places gives me clarity. When I am sitting there, I am in a state of gratitude with my defence mechanism down and am open to receiving that energy, that gives me clarity as at that time, you are listening to your heart. That heart shows you the direction in life. That mind exists only to execute your emotion.” This is Salto do Utiariti! An amazing place which gives you chills! A breath-taking miracle of nature to an average visitor. But, if you are a tribe member, this is your sacred place, a place to meditate and open your mind. The spiritual leaders used to perform the rituals here in order to meet their ancestors in the caves. What about you? Would you spend time opening your mind …