The AMAZING Hohenzollern Bridge, is a bridge crossing the river Rhine in the German city of Cologne (German: Köln). It crosses the Rhine at kilometre 688.5. Originally, the bridge was both a railway and road bridge. However, after its destruction in 1945 and its subsequent reconstruction, it was only accessible to rail and pedestrian traffic. whole experience in Cologne soon in Stories!! 🌎Travelling is always a good idea 💡
Single Fin in Uluwatu is the perfect place to catch the sunset, some great drinks and snack while watching some of the best surfers in the world paddling out for a final session of the day. Have you been to Bali?
Oh hey 👋🏻 Wilderness Lodge! I see you showin’ out for Christmas girl 😍 .
Anyone else absolutely love walking in to a Disney Resort decorates for the holidays? It’s this overwhelming sense of joy, peace, and Christmas magic. .
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And there you go, getting down off Ben.
It was lovely at the top. Barely even any wind. But where as the wind had been behind me on the way up, it wasn't on the way down. It carried hard snow. Talk about being whipped by it. That sucked. Look at the snow line round my hood. Right in your face. Tasted of salt.
But I really can't complain about the weather. It was supposed to be 70% chance of rain all day, I saw barely any. Although I did speak to these guys on the way down who said they'd been rained on but I was in the snow so missed it loool.
Spent a lot of time chatting to folk on the way down. Wish id of swapped more numbers at the time now. You think you'll see folk again later on, then you don't.
But look at those views. Rediculously beautiful.
Oh and runkeeper crashed later on. Glad I screenshot it at time. Everything is right apart from calories. It just needed wifi to work that out properly, but it's just a pointless statistic anyway. Time and distance and average pace are right, that's all I'm interested in.
4/5 done #gettingthere#5peaks#bennevis#mountain#travelblog#roadtrip#snow#descent#salty#views
Discovering the narrow alleys of Stone Town leads into another world. Stone Town is a part of Zanzibars Capital and was known in the past for the spice and slave trading. At day you can explore the streets with all of the historical buildings, forts, churches and mosques. Nearly every house has it's own unique architectural features. And in the evening you should visit the Forodhani Gardens. Every evening the park at the seaside turns into a giant open-air food market. Zanzibar Town, Zanzibar 2017.
After the unforgetable safari we thought about relaxing at the beach for some days, enjoying life and just doing nothing. So we decided to travel to Zanzibar a little island just in front of Tanzania. And our plan changed right after leaving the plane. There are so many places, rituals and things to discover on Zanzibar. You can't just do nothing on an island with lively people like there, the endless beaches and humpback whales passing by while you're snorkeling.
Our first sunset in our first accommodation. We asked for a little bungalow with seaview and got this awesome one right next to the ocean. Waking up and jumping into the water. Life can be so beautiful.
The @gardenbeachbungalows just reopened a few weeks before we arrived with it's new hospitable and cheerful owners. You will find there a beautiful location, a delicious cuisine and a perfect service, even you ask for a lastminute birthday party ;) It was a wonderful stay and a perfect start on Zanzibar. Thank you very much, we will come back for sure.
Jambiani, Zanzibar 2017.