Saturday morning stroll
I always walk pass this little book shop, the one opposite Woolworth in Crows nest. Popped in this morning and found these 📚first one about french painting published in 1969. The second is Winnie the Pooh and the House at Pooh Corner, published in 1957, and the last one is More of Milly Molly Mandy, 1971.
They are all gem for me since my mom read them to me when I was young in Thai version. I prefer more of Milly Molly Mandy if anybody see one please in box.
Kurtosh @kurtosh_official Crows Nest also my secret place for treat, open 7 days a week till 9pm. My favorite are caramelized hazel nut kurtosh and Oreo cheese cake.
Just noticed that all children book provides map at the first page of the story for better imagination.
Old book smell is second love after the leather bag.
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Home is where your heart is!
In the past I always said my home is where my family is and didn‘t think much further about it!
Today my answer is so much more!
My homes are ...
🤗 where my family is
🤗 Diani Beach, Kenya
🤗 where my friends are
🤗 North Germany
🤗 where the sun is shining, the water is salty and the beach is sandy
🤗 where I feel welcome and accepted
🤗 where I am happy and in inner peace
HOME IS IN ME!❤️
Home is not a certain place or person, IT‘S A FEELING!
#FoodieFriday ! Some of y’all asked for photos of the amazing food here and this was probably one of my favorite meals since arriving. Siciliana Gnocchi in Ancona, Italy! Need some food for the soul? Check out today’s #FaithFULLFriday on my story now ❤️ Hope your weekend is filled with love and lots of delicious food!
Traveling through Bali has greatly changed my perspective on a lot of things in life. 10 things that Bali has taught me thus far:
1. Ordering two meals at dinner will not kill you. Portions are smaller anyway, so who gives a damn.
2. Balinese people are the sweetest, most considerate people you will ever meet--with a great sense of humor.
3. Water is not free everywhere in the world.
4. Language barriers can be the funniest yet worst thing ever.
5. When you are in an environment that is always positive, it is extremely difficult to be negative. Even if you lightly crash your scooter or run out of petrol in the middle of nowhere.
6. Driving without an international license is much easier than expected.
7. Traveling will teach you how to love and let go.
8. Your spiritual well-being is just as important as your physical well-being. Devote as much time to it as you can--you will feel the difference.
9. If a dog follows you home from a bar and its raining outside, do not take him home. The owner of your house will not be happy the next day when the dog will not leave, after "truthfully" admitting that you have no idea how he got there.
10. Do not hold back on anything. Sometimes you are given once in a lifetime opportunities--take every single one of them.
The incredible people I encountered throughout my travels taught me more than I could have ever taught myself. I truly believe that the experiences I had on this island changed my life in a vast amount of ways.
#traveltobali#sofetravel#travelingphotographer#ubud#higherawakening#girlswhotraveltheworld#thatonetimeinbali#balibaby#traveltips#eatpraylovetravel#summertime#grateful 🙏 #indonesia#ubudlife#advancedselfie
Hungary, my 31st country! Let’s see;
1. You have to name your child from the approved name given by the government. Hakuna cha Zaquisha and Upendo and Hope.
2. Home to St Stephen Bazilika and you know what’s kept in the reliquary? Stephen’s right hand. That was their first king. - Pic 1
3. They use Forints as their currency. Hated having to change currency.
4. They invented the Rubik’s cube!
5. They have beautiful architecture! From the normal streets to the palaces, eish! Pics 1,2,3,4,5,6. (Spot Xs millionaire (hihihihi))
6. It’s Home to the oldest metro in continental Europe. They are yellow and small and they are really old- 1896.
7. Budapest has the most natural thermal baths in the world.. 7&8
8. They love Paprika! They have two paprika museums and apart from the parliament buildings, pic 5 & 6- and the chain bridge, most souvenirs are Paprikas.
9. Most clubs are usually in bombed out ruins - cool. Oh, and it’s rude to clink beer glasses. 🤷🏾♀️.
10. Also, low key in love with lovers, always spying on them.. spot the cute couple on the Danube Banks. Ps- you can take a cruise ship down the river to Bratislava and Vienna.
#Repost From @amohatravels
Penataran Agung Lempuyang Temple is a temple located on the slopes of Mount Lempuyang in Karangasem, Bali. Pura Penataran Agung Lempuyang is considered as part of the temple complex around Mount Lempuyang, one of the most respected temples in Bali. The temple in Gunung Lempuyang, which is represented by the highest temple at the top of Mount Lempuyang, Pura Lempuyang Luhur, is one of Sad Kahyangan Jagad, or "six world holy places", the six most sacred places of worship in Bali.
Loc. Pura Lempuyang , Karangasem , Bali 🇮🇩 #puralempuyang#bali#indonesia#eatpraylove#eatpraylovetravel#travelphotography#beautifuldestination
Once upon a time, I went to Russia and ate whatever I wanted... and nothing bad happened.
Typically, when I eat eggs, dairy, or gluten, my body gets pretty upset with me. I break out in acne, I get really bad eczema, and my whole body puffs up. When planning for our trip, I was getting pretty worried about what I could and couldn’t eat. Russia is a pretty dairy-obsessed country. One of their main breakfast staples is fermented milk, they eat cheese with every meal, and sour cream is a topping for everything. Not to mention all the chocolate and sugar .... so much sugar.
I came to Russia prepared. I packed charcoal and digestive enzymes and bought chlorophyll for when I got home. I spent a lot of time overthinking about what I’d be able to eat (and how I’d find things to eat there as a pescatarian). I spent just as much time planning how I would “detox” as I did planning the things I wanted to do and see while there.
When we arrived, all my planning went out the window. I made the decision to enjoy myself and enjoy the food I ate - it’s not often that I get to go back to my home country. Sure, there were things I still tried to avoid (fermented milk being one of them), and I still considered how certain things would make me feel, but I still ate A LOT of cheese (and it was good).
Turns out I worried for no reason. The food there never did anything to upset my stomach, and my acne and eczema stayed under control the entire time. After coming home, I had a hard time relieving myself of the gluttonous life I lived on vacation, and I think the foods I ate here had more of an impact on my health than the ones I ate in Russia.
Moral of the story: live your life. Don’t stress about diet or stress if you’re doing something that means a lot to you. Enter the “life is too short” cliche.. but seriously, it is. #mindbodysoulwell