All the #sundayfeels .
Feeling #travelsick (Like to think I just made that up!) So I’m reminiscing about THIS. You can’t visit the Amalfi Coast and not make the trip (from Amalfi by bus up a narrow winding road) to #Ravello . The view from the Giardini di Villa Rufolo is ... insert your own adjective because, well, now you know.
Top 10 from the beaches of Goa and Sri Lanka. Everytime someone asks me “Beach vs Mountain” I have like a 51/49 split and end up picking the beach. The sand, beach walks, sangrias, sunsets, beach dances, seafood, the quaint lanes of beach towns and the waves make for a 10/10! There are sooo manyyy beaches Iam yet to go though and I shall, soon! #beachlove#beach#travel#iamatraveler#worldphotographyday
Loved staying at @250mainhotel in Rockland Maine! The hotel is so stunning! It’s the perfect boutique luxury hotel with views of the harbor. Did I mention the sunrise and sunset views from the roof? And how about these cute coffee cups ❤️
Skyline of Boston in the warm vibes. Several nice spots that you can shoot the skyline of Boston. Personally I prefer the one with the water in the front. The combination of water and the buildings, in my opinion, reflects the best perspective of a city.
One of the most tiring nights led to the most spectacular morning with a sunrise over the Ijen crater.
Woke up at 11PM to drive to the base. After 2 hrs climb we reached the crater’s top & started to descend. In the heart of the crater there’s this beautiful turquoise acid lake, but also a sulfur mine so we had to wear gas masks to be able to breathe. It’s also the only place in the world where you can see the blue fire - but only before sunrise 🔥 Just when I thought the night couldn’t get more spectacular, we climbed back up to the top of the crater to witness this sunset. ...
Just published a blog about Bromo & Ijen we visited just before we left for Australia. If you’re into volcanos, that’s a must read 💫🌋
The best part of any camping trip or outdoor experience is the stories around the camp fire - mind you, being together around the camp fire is also pretty awesome just as it is! What's your favourite campfire memories?
I learned that “yallah”means “let’s go” in Arabic and I love using it. Here, the compatriots of the lead seagull are doing just that, which was the same as I did when a person would bring up something new to visit or to see or to do in this interesting country. The only word that came to my mind was, yallah, because that’s the point, no? Let’s go 🇲🇦