“Little by little one travels far.”
Even when life gets hectic and everything changes, one thing remains the same - my love for travel . No matter what is going on in my life I can always count on my strong will of wanderlust. To experience this life from all around the world is something I’m #forevergratefulfor •
How many countries have y’all visited? What was your favorite?
Day 3 of our 15 days of
↠ HAPPINESS ↞
We’ve seen this beach on the internet for so many times before we visited Nusa Penida. The “trail” going down to the beach was the sketchiest “trail” we’ve ever done and we hike a lot. I didn’t have a proper footwear for hiking and I kept grabbing on the wooden sticks along the trail. The walk down was time consuming because we wanted to make sure that we were being safe. It was all worth it when we had the beach to ourselves.
The hike up was even crazier. I kept stopping and I chugged my water very quickly. Ben said that this hike was nothing compared to the backpacking and camping trip we’ve done in the states, but it didn’t feel like that at the time.
Once we got back to the top, our new friends @freeoversea were waiting for us and offered us some water. It turned out to be one of the most beautiful evenings we had in Nusa Penida.
Sometimes, we need to go through hard and bad days to reach happiness.
It’s not always easy, but it’s always worth it.
Like what they say, there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel.
What’s the most rewarding adventure you’ve done that make you happy?
Living a #LifeWithoutSchedule
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Repost from @ginachongtravel, who recommends hiking the Koko Head Crater Trail.
Check out more pics from her experience and her full review of following abandoned railroad tracks to a bird’s-eye view on ATLIST #myATLIST (launching soon!) #hawaii#kokoheadcartertrail
When I was younger my mom made me take piano and violin lessons but I was ABSOLUTELY horrible. So much so that my violin teacher told my mom I should quit because I fell asleep playing the violin 🎻🤔. But I can definitely appreciate musically talented people! 🎶
Day 1 and we’ve already found the best spot in Thailand 🌿 with heavy jet lag we jumped on the scooter and headed out aimlessly. Equipped with 300mL of water and our sandals on, we took on a 4 hour sweat fest of a trek up the side of one of these limestone cliffs. We didn’t get the memo to leave early, meaning we had to hike back down, through the jungle in the pitch black 🌚
I want y’all to really take in this tree. Follow its lines from the top and watch its girth all the way down. It definitely earned the name “Big Tree”. 🌲
It actually took us a couple miles to find this guy because the road through the park was closed for cyclists. Normally it’s a few minutes to walk to right off the road. We got to see some pretty amazing things along the way. Sometimes taking the long route is better than any shortcut.