🎶 “Little town, it’s a quiet village...” 🎶 .
We fell in love with the magical Alsace region of France. We based ourselves in Strasbourg, staying in a sweet little Airbnb in the beautiful Petite France Area of the city. During our time there, we visited many of the little towns in the region, meeting locals, trying their wine and cheese, and falling in love with the place they call home. Each quiet village looks like you stepped right into the pages of a storybook or Beauty and the Beast.
🏎 Riding quadbikes in Essaouira was a lot of fun! 😁👌🏼
🏎 We rode for a few hours along the beaches, across sand dunes and through a forested area. My friends and I went a little too crazy on them, as all of us like speed and adrenaline. 😄 Pushing quadbikes to the max along the seashore, basically jumping over sand dunes, and abruptly cutting sharp corners in the forest was all fun and games, until one of my friends fell and tumbled across the ground...😲
🏎 Fortunately, he was okay and we finished the ride with zero casualties, although I might have run over something at one point... 🤔 Just kidding! But seriously, give us motorised vehicles and we turn into little kids. 😅
- MASTER OF ALGARVE - .
🇺🇸 @romulife has enjoyed the great cliffs of #algarve in #portugal with the Kaukko. Keep traveling and enjoy ! .
🇫🇷 Un superbe souvenir de vacance de Romuald qui est parti découvrir les sublimes falaises d'algarve ! Continue de voyager et profite ! 😉
// Man this goat couldn't stay at one place. I wanted to get a shot of it in the centre of the road but the GG (Gulmit Goat) was like "don't bother me hooman". So I just waited for it to naturally cross the road and I got the shot that I wanted. Thank you GG! ❤️🐐
Norway has the highest concentration of fjords in the world. Two of these, the Geiranger Fjord and the Nærøy fjord, feature on the Unesco World Heritage List. A fjord is a deep, narrow and elongated sea or lakedrain, with steep land on three sides. The opening toward the sea is called the mouth of the fjord, and is often shallow.
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This was our 4th sunrise in 5 days. Java is simply too incredible at unholy hours of the morning and the sleep deprivation is slowly turning us into subhuman travel zombies.
Luckily, somehow, Lydia still manages to look insane at 5am running on nothing but coffee sachets and french fries. Oh yeah, and did we forget to mention it was about 0°c? ↡
Dieng is famous for its potatoes, which it produces more of than anywhere else in Indonesia, and which are obscenely tasty. Though perhaps anything deep-fried is tasty... And when it is that cold, and they are that cheap, students like us will inevitably gorge ourselves. Needless to say, that is precisely what followed this sunrise expedition!
Though apparently their starchy, cheap delicious warmth does come at another price - they have contributed to landslides because their tiny, inadequate roots don't hold the soil together.
Would you risk a landslide for some great chips? .
Water so blue it makes you question reality ✨
“The bluest water in the world” is a topic that is and always will be widely debated on social media 💭. This oasis paradise nestled between the jungle 🌿 and the ocean on Vanuatu’s island of Efate is so unique in that the water is a mixture of fresh (from a neighbouring river) and salt (from the ocean) coming together to form a “blue” we have never seen before! We sat and stared for hours in awe and the fact that we were the only people at this location made it even more enchanted than it already was 💫. We are curious to know, where was the bluest water you have ever seen?!
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