@sunitav_ "This was my first time visiting southern France, many people told me I would loveee that region and they were right! I could see myself living here...
Since I was about 6/7 I have been sooooo intrigued about the idea of living in another country. I used to watch this TV show on Animal Planet called Horse Tales, it aired every Saturday & was about horse owners in different countries. It combined my love of horses and beautiful scenic locations. I think from there I was hooked on the idea of living in another country. Hopefully that’ll happen in the next few years 🌟 but don’t quote me- a lot can happen in a year, a month & a day 🙃 " 📷: @sunitav_ 📍Use #GageTravels to be Featured!
Being or even feeling free is what everyone wants. We saw freedom in the eyes of the Bedouin’s when we visited their home on our tour of Hurgada desert.
Children run free and there’s mo media to worry about, no internet, no tv, not even a radio, just the desert, the wind, camels and livestock
The Bedouins we met are Arabs also called desert nomads, they are associated with freedom, whilst everyone in Londons mission is to buy a house, the Bedouin’s seem to not care and move as they please
We met a family of 18, that’s right 16 kids 🤯 yes that’s half a classroom, I don’t think I even have 16 friends, in fact I don’t. But hey whatever floats your boat and I guess the father's boat was floating quite a lot 😏
I could go on about the Bedouin’s all day, but this isn’t Wikipedia
What does being free mean to you? Living internet free, unaware of the noise of the world? Having enough money to do what you want? Not working and spending time with your kids?
For us sometimes it’s all the above 😎
We are a very harmonious couple, my craziness is perfectly combined with your prudence! The grays are coming into his beard, I am losing the battle with gravity and we have both lost a step but I hope this love never grows old. Thank you for being you and happy 8 year anniversary my Love❤️ @john.njuki
This was such a cute day. I was sitting on the boat minding my business, and there was this old couple sitting next to me. The wife said “honey, have you taken some photos yet? You look beautiful let’s go right now!” I was like uhhhh sis nah everyone’s watching, but she was insisting! She was telling me how to to pose, and even made me look back at it! 🤦🏾♀️😂 There are so many photos and 90% of them are me laughing out of sheer embarrassment lol. This is my favorite part of traveling; the random memories are priceless! ❤️
🚨🚨🚨A taste of what you can expect on the Royal Caribbean ship, #empressoftheseas setting sail to Havana, Cuba! 🇨🇺 Don’t forget to reserve your spot for this cruise 🚢 (see previous post for details) by clicking on the link in the bio section! Questions about travel documents & citizenship requirements for Cuba? Click the link in the bio for ‘Know before you go’ information. For those of you who have already reserved your spot, let the fun begin NOW! 😁🚢🇨🇺🚨🚨🚨 #empressoftheseas#culturedminds#traveldifferently#roadto100countries
We took a mini road trip to Brevard Zoo in Melbourne, FL this weekend to do their #BooAtTheZoo Halloween event. It was nice, but they were really stingy with their candy though. 🤨 (No costumes this year... Florida is too hot for all that 🙅🏾♀️)
Who explored an ice cave while iceland or any where else? If you did then you can probably relate to this video. •
Who would like to explore an ice cave? Here goes a little visual of our experience. Comment below or DM me if you would like to know more? Also comment if you enjoyed this video and would like more content in this format?
The Instagram account for my travel blog was hacked in all of the 7 days that it existed (rip!) so I’m permanently hanging out over here on this page 🤸🏾♀️
I’ve flipped flopped a lot on what I’ve written about, but when someone mentioned that they find inspiration from other bloggers in their niche, I realized I don’t actually actively search out new intentional living or general lifestyle blogs. However, I can easily tear through an entire copy of Bon Appetite or Condé Nast in an afternoon, and travel content has always been the type of post I’ve enjoyed the most on Honey Butter Gal.
I started Delight Discovered because I grew tired of following travel influencers who stayed in boutique hotels, ate at $100/person restaurants, and expected to still stay relatable. That’s great if you can afford that type of travel, but it’s not realistic for most people.
Travel doesn’t have to mean flying first class (unless you find a good deal 😉) and taking a private tour through wine country. It can mean a short weekend trip to your neighboring state, or getting a second job on the weekends to pay for a European vacation.
So stick around later this week, and get ready to add a little delight back into traveling.
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i came to paris to witness a celebration of love. i remember sitting with faiza and talking about her then fiancée, lyess at various times throughout the past year or so. it was exciting to see her so giddy and confident yet calm. she had found her match, her equal, her home. all these feelings were shared by both partners and their families at this gathering. folks poured in love from ethiopia to algeria to canada to guadalupe to oakland to paris. we all teared up a little as lyess’s mother said to us “he crossed oceans to find her.” he did, indeed. #faizaetlyess
Marrakesh fashion police or nah? 🇲🇦- Are there any rules about what to wear? Should I cover every inch of my skin? These are questions I asked myself while packing for my trip to Marrakesh. Technically there are no rules but after reading and hearing about people being objectified or cat called I was anxious and made sure to dress appropriately. It’s not my country so I can’t go and start imposing my feminist ways on my freedom of fashion on them lol. But my experience there was completely opposite, even wearing a dress like this with my chest bare, (the sun was something else) there was no harassment. I did carry a scarf around with me just in case I needed to quickly cover up. I’m definitely an advocate for being respectful of people’s culture and we should be as travellers. So there was no fashion police, everywhere we went people welcomed us to their country and after the first night, my fears subsided and I felt really relaxed here. .
Have you been? What was your experience there, similar or completely opposite to mine?