A little #throwback on this cold day to a warm day in Croatia last year.. back than I was still worrying about my first week of work with @theyachtweek but little did I know that my first week was one of my best weeks ever.. due to an awesome crew and a thoughtful skipper.. now that I’m 20+ weeks down the rabbit hole 😂 #sailing#summer
Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes ✨
We read that the best time to visit is at sunrise or around sunset because of how the light hits the dunes. We got here in the late afternoon and stayed until sunset and it was just magical!
Stay tuned for more pictures of the dunes 😊 #gingersnaps
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Timeless style and craftsmanship.
Water-resistant leather and a breathable lining, perfect for fall and winter.
Dia de Muertos / Day of the Dead.
A holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in particular the Central and South regions, and by people of Mexican heritage elsewhere. While traditionally more of a personal event, it seems to have expanded to more of a public event and celebration of pride. In the 2015 James Bond film, Spectre, the opening sequence features a Day of the Dead parade in Mexico City. However no actual parade existed at the time but provided a spark for an actual event due to public interest in such an event, now in it's third year.
In my Grace•On my Grind💪🏼
It's been a long time coming, but I am finally getting back to where I am happy to be... the gym!
Looking the most right now to tone my arms, build my shoulders + grow the booty🍑
Speaking of booty... if you haven't checked out @dominique.fitmama YOU NEED TO! Her glute guide is going to turn your pancake into a peach.
What are your favorite workouts or areas to train?
Day 44: Don’t be fooled...it may be serene and peaceful now but it’s been boatikaze up the Nile today😴 the boat has only recently stopped its incessant swaying and swooshing which means its time for bed!
🇩🇪 Zweifelsohne ist der Ground Zero an der Stelle des ehemaligen World Trade Centers ein Ort des Gedenkens und der Erinnerung an all die Opfer des Terroranschlags von 2001. Nichtsdestotrotz ist der Ground Zero aber auch ein Wahrzeichen New Yorks geworden und zugleich ein bedeutender Teil der amerikanischen Geschichte, der jährlich von vielen Millionen Menschen besucht wird. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
🇬🇧 Undoubtedly, Ground Zero, on the site of the former World Trade Center, is a place of remembrance of all the victims of the terrorist attack in Sept. 2001. Nonetheless, Ground Zero has also become one of New York's landmarks and a significant part of the American history, which is visited by many millions of people annually.
🇩🇪 Das wahrscheinlich bekannteste Wahrzeichen New Yorks ist die Freiheitsstatue auf Liberty Island, im Hafen der Metropole. Wenn ihr die Freiheitsstatue aus der Nähe sehen wollt empfehle ich euch die Fahrt mit der Fähre nach Staten Island. Sie ist kostenlos und fährt direkt an der Freiheitsstatue vorbei.
🇬🇧 Probably the most famous landmark in New York is the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island, in the port of the metropolis. If you want to see the Statue of Liberty up close, I recommend the ferry ride to Staten Island. It's free and goes right past the Statue of Liberty.
This time of year is so cozy ✨🔥☕️ On a sidenote: isn’t scaffolding just the prettiest!? 🙃
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🇩🇪 Es ist unglaublich beeindruckend die stählerne Brooklyn Bridge aus der Nähe zu sehen, wie sie aus dem gleichnamigen New Yorker Stadtteil nach Manhattan führt. Einen sehr schönen Blick auf die Brücke habt ihr, wenn ihr euch von Süden entlang des East Rivers der Brooklyn Bridge nähert. Ihr startet daher am besten direkt im Süden Brooklyns.
🇬🇧 It is amazingly impressive to see the steel Brooklyn Bridge close up, as it leads from the eponymous New York district to Manhattan. You have a very nice view of the bridge as you approach from the south along the Brooklyn Bridge East River. So you're best off right in the south of Brooklyn.
What‘s better than watching snow capped mountains at sunset? Probably an alpine lake in front of the snow capped mountains! 🗻
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Got suprised by the most beautiful fall colours when i returned to this natural pool with a view. I love seeing places like this change; every season has it's special something. Can't wait to come back in winter 🙊😅
Side note: so this is not a hot spring, it rather is a not so hot spring ❄😁
Still a few more shots to share about my trip to Cappadocia guys (even if right now I’m in a new destination)! Did you check my Stories to see where I am?🌏
In Cappadocia it’s not only about the hot air balloons, it’s also about the moonlike landscapes that make you feel in another world... also about the amazing hotels from which you can enjoy the dreamiest views, like the one you can see in this picture at @argosincappadocia ❤️ and of course about the delicious Turkish food!
If you’re planning to go there and you want to ask me something, feel free to contact me!🤗
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Misty blue hour wanders over some of the amazing Faroë ridgelines...💙