Moscow is ready for holidays 🎅🏻
💭 Как сказала моя бабуля, приехав сюда в прошлом году и увидев весь балаган вокруг памятника, с ярмаркой, стройкой и Бог знает чем еще: "Александр Сергеич, знали бы Вы.." 🙄
When you're asked to babysit an inflatable duck do you:
a) Accept and take 48 shameless selfies as you ruin everyone else's beautiful Lake McKenzie photos.
b) Politely decline as you are not that attention seeking Insta-couple, you are mature, cultured travelers.
Asking for a friend 🙈
You can lose your way on the most beautiful path, but you will find your way if you are persistent. Wouldn't it be nice to get lost in a place that is as beautiful as a wooded area in the fall. We often get lost before we find our way. Getting lost is just a part of life. Wether or not the experience is positive or negative is up to you.
🇯🇵 Japan, Osaka (Shinsekai) 2018 - An architectural mix inspired by paris in the northern half, and New York’s Coney Island in the southern part (although you wouldn’t think it looking at this regular looking Japanese street!) make up the District of #Shinsekai , formed after nearly 5 million people were brought into the neighbourhood in just 5 months after the National Industrial Exposition in 1903! Although it has a reputation for being a little seedy, it’s still an amazing place to see! #StartTheAdventure#osaka#japan#travel#travelgram#visitjapanjp#japancollective#TLPicks
I may have a few stray worms in the garden of acid that is my stomach. 😂 look at all this food! I'm taken back to those lonely nights I had to finish supper alone because I HAD INSISTED to have an equal share of peanut butter sandwiches as my elder siblings. I would sit there dreading all the dishes I had to wash afterwards while trying to compose my face as though I was still enjoying the sandwich.! Ahhh, gluttony my old friend. 😂
Jokes aside, I'm practicing moderation now, those two other Bánh mì are not mine. 😂
Today's plan includes a manic mission into central to get some last minute Christmas presents followed by another trip back to Winter Wonderland to drink all of the mulled wine.
After my trip to Budapest and it's Christmas markets last weekend, I've consumed a considerable amount of mulled wine 🍷 and I've decided it's what I'm exclusively drinking for the rest of the month. 😍
Today was sublime. I spent the morning acclimatising to Lake Wakatipu (aka Icecream headache) hiking up Wye Creek ( why have I left it ten years?) and then a sublime dinner at @whiteandwongsqueenstown (see my stories! Lovingly #gifted ) and wandering town where everyone was in holiday mode. Summer you delicious beast I’ve missed you ❤️🌝❤️🌝
How do you nurture your wellness?
Travel keeps me sane and grounded. Getting to experience and explore new places always lifts my spirits and makes me feel more connected to not only the world but to myself. Also, I just love being amongst the clouds 😍 #windowseatplease
I never thought I would ever want or need a smart watch, but since having my GearSport I've fallen in love. It keeps me active and motivated to keep moving, so much so that I've just about worn it out and am in dire need of a replacement 😅 (probably also because I'm the clumsiest person ever and have whacked it on so many things - I fell down the stairs at the airport today 🤷♀️) @samsungau #WithGalaxy
Happy 25th Birthday to my best friend @matt.culbert
Throwback to sunny skies, 13 weeks of no work, only a wee bit of rain and daily adventures.
Some times I think of spending all the house deposit I’ve saved to go back, it’s tempting to say the least 😂
Have a fab day 🎈
📍Preah Khan, Siem Reap - Cambodia 🇰🇭
There are 36 beaches along our Clarence coastline so escaping the crowds is easy. 😀
If there's someone else on your beach, just walk around the headland and chances are you'll find a slice of sandy paradise to enjoy all to yourself. 🏖️ 📸@fortheloveoftheclarence 😘 #myclarencevalley#seeaustralia#newsouthwales
The famously crooked Lombard Street, in Russian Hill, San Francisco. This street features eight sharp turns, and is around 180 metres long. It was built in 1922 at the suggestion of Carl Henry, to allow vehicles to travel down the extremely steep hill.