Singapore Sights 😍
Singapore is such a beautiful city during the day but it truly shines at night! Those giant monuments in the centre are their titular 'Super Trees'. Each and every night they put on the 'light show'. The lights change colour and dim and brighten, adjusting to a song played. The trees dance to the music! It is explosive and exhilarating, definitely a sight to behold 😍
I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to witness this spectacle. Being able to travel whenever I want and live the life I want has all the benefits and no drawbacks!
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Reason 3: How about having a cup of tea with delightful cookies and snacks during a beautiful rainy and breezy day in the lap of nature?
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The wanderlust log part 5:
I am alive! It's been 24 hours at the luxury resort and I am still alive. Phew! Well, mostly I've been staying in my room so that might explain it 😂 Some thoughts.. first of all I have always wondered how it feels like to have your own private gardener, like on Wisteria Lane, and I can tell you that he got mighty confused when I offered him soda or water because he looked hot (it's 42°C), guess no one ever pays any notice to him 😔 Gave him 50LE for his hard(hot) work and I got a very nice rose 🌹 Woke up happy and relaxed with an invitation for a cocktail party tonight. I have absolutely nothing to wear to an event like this.. thinking about going in my wetsuit 😂 Yesterday there was a welcome drink thingy at the bar and they also tried to offer me a bottle of red wine. I said thank you but I do not drink red. They looked confused but went away. Today I heard a knock on the door and I recieved my "complimentary bottle of the day" 😂😂😂😂😂 I almost peed myself! So I guess they try to keep you intoxicated all the time. Maybe that is the secret behind being happy at a luxury resort...? 🤔 Tomorrow I'll ask them NOT to open the bottle and I'll save them for Olga, I can't drink a bottle of wine per day! Oh!!! It took me 3 hours to get uncomfortable here yesterday but I will suck it, smile and not try to fit in. I am still the miss matched unicorn socks, tattooed girl I was when I came here. Hmmmm.... what if this is a cult? What if they brainwash me? I'll return a Lacoste polo shirt wearing posh woman? 😱 #chill#takeiteasy#wanderlust#listenetoyourheart#adventures#friends#newfriends#oldfriends#diver#divinggirl#scubagirl#traveller#letstravel#explore#newcities#newplaces#livetotravel#seetheworld#adventurer#thelonetraveller#memyselfandi#egypt#hurghada#steigenberger#luxuryresort#luxury#hotel#notmyscene
The penultimate destination on Seven Wonders Week is the Inca ruins found at Machu Picchu in Peru. High in the Andean mountains, it was built around 1450 as a royal estate with hundreds of servants on site permanently to ensure the ruler was kept in comfort all year round. Although the palace was not far from the Incan capital of Cusco, it was never visited by the Spanish and was overgrown by the jungle rather than ransacked. It was only after American academic Hiram Bingham visited the site in 1911 that its importance became known worldwide.
The famous view of Machu Picchu hits you almost as soon as you walk through the gates. If you are very fit then you can attempt the incredibly steep hike up Wayna Picchu, the peak that towers over the complex, otherwise just enjoy the views from the main area. Highlights include the ceremonial baths, the Royal Tomb, the temples and the sacristy. At the back of the temples you'll find the "Hitching Post for the Sun", an intricately carved pillar that was used to predict the solstices and give the ruler and his priests "control" over the sun,
The easiest way to get to Machu Picchu is to take a train or car from Cusco to the nearby town of Agua Calientes. From there shuttle buses take visitors to the ruins, which are around 8km out of town up a steep mountainside. For visitors wishing to experience more of the Sacred Valley that runs from Cusco to Machu Picchu there are several hiking routes including the 26 miles of Inca Trail.
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Final day of camp at @fortwhytealive and I think it is in the list for next year! Boys had a great time exploring the forest, canoes, sod house and more. Such a cool place everyday we dropped them off felt like the traditional log cabin campy type feeling. I know the boys will have some fun memories of it. Next year I think Marsha and I will need to go to their camp night for adults. Beer, archery and axes sounds perfect. #winnipeg
The beauty is in the balance:
the freezing cold, 1 degree Celsius mornings too chilly to leave the tent but with bikes that beg to go.
The frost. The pain of frozen fingers and toes.
But, tea. And hot cocoa. Warm hearts. And love, always love.
We live for the unknown, day in and day out
Watching the beauty of the universe unfold in an ebb and flow, a timeless pattern that reminds us:
Nothing is permanent. Surrender.
Some roads are tougher than others,
No matter what
Just enjoy the ride.