At the beginning of 2018, I had a goal to go on at least one trip a month for the entire year and yesterday I finally reached that goal!! In that time I visited 3 continents, 8 countries and more than 10 new states. January will be my month of relaxation because although traveling is exciting it is also very exhausting 😴
Anyone else like to use their significant other as a photo stand in so you can be like “okay now look at this picture I took of you and take the exact same one, but with me in it instead”? He just ended up looking so much cuter than me sooooo.... 💖🧡💛💚💙💜
Red skies are gleaming, oh
Sea-gulls are flyin’ over
Swans are floatin’ by
Am I dreaming
Am I dreaming?
🎶"A winter's tales"
Stamattina è come se stanotte mi fosse passato sopra 🚛 ..sono a pezzi, meno male che è venerdí, buona giornata💛
Cuba. A fun, fascinating and pretty crazy country.... ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Where cigar smoke billows.
Where Che Guevara is king.
Where the music never stops.
Where food is still rationed.
Where mojitos flow freely.
Where yanks aren’t welcome.
Where lawyers are tour guides.
Where salsa is life.
Where the cars are older than your parents. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
And where after 10 long months, we got to hang out with some of our absolute favs from home. ❤️
🍦What’s your flava...tell me what’s your flava...🍦
Do yourself a favour, if you’re in Tasmania head on over to Richmond. View the oldest bridge in use in Australia, the beautiful convict built church and the number 1 priority - Coal Valley Creamery for an award winning ice cream mmmmmmmm
Lactose intolerance, you will never stop me from my one true love.
View from the Cape Bruny Lighthouse light keepers homestead.
The history, heritage and remoteness here takes you back in time to imagine just how rugged and isolated it must have been living here in 1836. It is so super quiet and beautiful (and hot - who knew Tassie was so warm!!)
Definitely well worth the trip down past the popular east coast if you’re visiting Tasmania 👌🏼
The people you will meet in this world are incredible & it’s funny how you feel like you’ve known a person forever just by experiencing certain things with them ; oh & sometimes they’ll even make 🐘 💩 paper with you (yes that’s a thing) ; opening up yourself up to being in the moment & having God lead your steps, incredible people will he met & big things will happen.
The Rakaposhi View Point not just offers a magnificent and stunning view of the tall and proud Rakaposhi but is also at the foot of the cold glacier water stream running down from Rakaposhi's peak.
There are pathways from where you can walk down towards the stream and experience the freezing glacier water on your bare feet (if that's something you want of course). The view point also offers small restaurants, eateries and shops from where you can have your meals or buy locally produced dry fruits.
And if you decide to visit this place, don't forget to buy some pretty precious stones from the nicest Muhammad Hussain, who you can find roaming around with his small collection.
Rakaposhi means the Shining Wall in the local Burushaski language and is also called the Mother of Mist, because of always been covered by mist and clouds. It ascends to 7788m making it the 27th highest mountain in the world.
Rakaposhi, of the Karakoram is one of the most popular mountains of the region, with cold glacier water running down from it.
The view from South Bruny Island National Park, Bruny Island, Tasmania.
The furthest south I have ever been, and a view to even further south. Wild, windy and absolutely stunning. The diversity of the Australian landscape and nature blows my mind away every time I visit a different area.
For me, a sign of success is if I am as brown as the surrounding wood (look Mum I've made it). Soaking up some rays while soaking in the outdoor tub of the sea villa at @azuliktulum. Right it has to be said; as amazing as this hotel is, what really made this experience for me was the sea villa’s outdoor space. Swipe right to see what this villa’s amazing outdoor space has to offer! Expect; incredible ocean front views from the comfort of a swing, an outdoor mosaic bath, and a large swing lounger hanging over the tub. Can’t get much better!
As I mentioned on my previous post I'm going to share more about graffiti art in Bogota.
Graffiti art are all over Bogota streets it's truly impressive and it showcases beautiful work from artists from different places. Although, the work is beautiful it has a sad story behind it. In 2011 a kid was murdered by the police while he was drawing on the walls and to make things worst police set him up to make him look like a criminal. The parents of the kid with the help of the people of Bogota protested about the unfair tragedy. This led for the government to lessen graffiti art from crime to a violation. This means artists are allowed to draw on walls if they have authorization if not and they are caught in violation they are fined (I believe $200) but to some of them is worth it. They want to express their work no matter the consequences. Some arts are being painted over especially if the wall is not a private wall, artists are losing their work.
If you ever visit Bogota and want to learn more about the graffiti please check out @bogota.graffiti website and sign up for one of their free tour you will learn a lot about how this city, see some dope work, learn the name some the artists.