Are you in Cairns and want to visit Cape Tribulation or waterfalls and the rainforest? Hands down one of the best tours I’ve ever been on was with @unclebriantours. The cousins will make sure you see and learn a lot (for example this beautiful crater lake) while having a lot of fun! #PRJCTworld
A segunda praia mais bonita do mundo, fica na Austrália.
Como o próprio nome já indica, Whitehaven Beach é um “refúgio branco”, pois sua areia, composta por 98% de sílica, é a praia com areia mais branca do mundo. Junte isso às águas cristalinas e as montanhas muito verdes e você terá, segundo o ranking, um “paraíso na terra”. O único “problema”? A praia tem em média 292 dias de sol por ano, por isso não está na primeira colocação. Whitehaven Beach fica nas Ilhas Whitsunday, entre o continente australiano e a Grande Barreira de Corais e, para chegar até lá, é preciso um barco, helicóptero ou avião aquático..
☀️🌏🏖️🏝️ 🇦🇺 The second most beautiful beach in the world is in Australia. The second and third winners on the list, respectively, are Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island, Australia, known for some of the “whitest sand on Earth,” and Anse Lazio in The Seychelles, an archipelago about 1,000 miles east of Kenya, which features “unusual granite boulders and faces the vibrantly blue waters of the Indian Ocean.” #whitehavenbeach#whitehaven#whitehavenbay#whitsundays#whitestsandonearth#Queensland#qld#Australia 🇦🇺
The sounds of breaking waves crashing on rocks has got to be one of the most relaxing and satisfying sounds. I can sit there for hours enjoying the sounds especially on sunny days while I soak up the sun. It doesn't get any better than being at the intertidal zone on rocky shores during low tide. That way you get the full roar of the crashing waves with the occasional splashes. While at the intertidal zone you can also spot marine creatures such as intertidal fishes, sea anemones, limpets, crabs and shrimps in rock pools and crevices.
Of Importance is Aliveness!
"When you go deeply into the present, gratitude arises spontaneously, even if it's just gratitude for breathing, gratitude for the aliveness that you feel in your body. Gratitude is there when you acknowledge the aliveness of the present moment." — Eckhart Tolle
Every now and then stop and spend sometime in nature. Walk amongst the trees, sit by the river and admire the flora and fauna. The chirping of the birds, the gentle breeze and the tranquillity relaxes the mind and is soothing to the soul. That's therapy right there. It also makes you appreciate the beauty of our planet and the benefits of conservation.