J’ai testé différents produits de la marque @biofficinatoscana et je vous dis tout 👉alidifirenze.fr Particulièrement fan de la ligne pour cheveux bouclés (texture démente) et du démaquillant huile qui se transforme en lait sous la douche #beautyjunkie#biofficinatoscana#curlyhairroutine
I love stumbling upon the cheerful, like this colourful trio of buildings in Faro! 🌈
After six months or so of training at a gym which is a bit run down, I’m looking forward to returning to Pure Gym harbourside this morning. I hope you have a great day.
What do you look for when choosing where to travel next? Is it stunning scenery, historical landmarks, or pristine beaches? Maybe you like a bustling city filled with history, vibrant nightlife and Instagram-perfect coffee spots.
For me, it’s probably a mix of those things. I’m as guilty as anyone else of seeing a location pop up over and over again on my Instagram feed and finding myself wanting to visit. However, the main reason I love travelling is the people you meet; the little snippets of conversation with a stranger that can make you burst out laughing and brighten your day; listening to the stories people have to tell and gathering little gems of information and recommendations from them. It’s a joyous part of travel that’s hard to show on Instagram.
This is what I found with Grenada. While the island has gorgeous scenery and beautiful in spades, it is also one of the most welcoming and friendly countries I have visited. Each and every person I met was fiercely proud of their island and wanted to show us the best of what it has to offer, and it certainly offers a lot #PureGrenada#NextStopGrenada#FreeToWonder
Nouvel article Dolce Vita, une famille bilingue (👉lien ds ma bio). Je vous parle de mon apprentissage de l’italien (merci le journal de mickey pour les 3-7 ans), les nurofens que je m’enfilais au bureau quand j’ai commencé à travailler en Italien, comment je gère un mari et des enfants qui sautent d’une langue à l’autre et comment moi aussi je parle maintenant trop fort. Et vous ? Une famille qui parle plusieurs langues ? Dites moi tout ! #famillebilingue#enfantbilingue#franceitalie
Zahra was a bit older than us, 36, I think. She had a boyfriend but she was not married. She smoked every ten minutes and when the cigarette was done, she held it out of the window and put out the burning butt with her forefinger. Her nails had bright red extensions and three on each hand were painted with glitter. She criticised other people’s driving, cursing them or flashing her lights with fury.
‘Where is your family today?’ I asked.
‘I don’t know. They went out somewhere,’ she said.
‘Did your boyfriend not want to join us today?’
‘He also went out somewhere.’
We drove south to a tunnel that cut directly through the rocky mountains. Zahra, while driving, uploaded a picture of every third curve to her Instagram story. Hussein pulled out a comb from his pocket and tended to his beard. Zahra had brought her doll, Honey, apparently only three days old. Honey was a life-sized baby, plush, with bright orange hair. Honey was treated just as fairly as any other traveller. She was seated, photographed, spoken to, and spoken about.
‘After the weekend I want to buy her a new set of clothes,’ said Zahra.
We parked outside a small shop and Zahra told a story about a tree in the village that was 1,000 years old. We asked after it and were pointed to an abandoned field right next to where we had chosen to park. The tree was majestic, not for its height but for the number and complexity of its intertwining branches. There were no signs, no entrance fee, no paths, platforms, or pedlars. It was completely unknown to the flows of tourists following the nearby highway to the kalouts of the Lut Desert. We walked around the tree a few times, Zahra flooded her Instagram, and we rejoined the flow on the highway.
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As the leaves turn golden and the nights get darker, we know that summer is officially over and autumn is upon us. So we want you to share your best photos of this colourful season from around the world.
Whether it’s a pink sunset on a high street, or children kicking around in the leaves, tag your pictures with #telegraphtravel on Instagram for a chance to feature in a gallery on telegraph.co.uk and on our Travel Instagram page.
This shot is of one of the best places to view autumn foliage: Blue Ridge Parkway in the #USA . This is one of the country's most scenic roads, running for some 470 miles through Virginia and North Carolina. From late September to the end of October hickory, sassafras, poplar and maple trees put on a spectacular display (Ryan Heron / Getty Images).
Up in the clouds ☁️ Explore the Villa Blanca cloud forest, home to an array of plants, birds, insects and mammals. Advocating sustainability and conservation is central to the hotel’s practice in order for the flora and fauna in the area to continue thriving. 📷 @villablancahotel
Keeping an eye out. 🦎 Lava lizards are incredibly territorial. To assert dominance and ward off competitors from their territory, male lava lizards can be seen performing push ups. If the opponent assesses his size and decides to challenge him, a push up contest may occur.
The incredible terraced salt ponds of Maras in the Sacred Valley, Peru. A small number of local families control the salt production of these almost 3,000 ponds just as the Inca did. Salt is harvested in the shallow ponds by the process of evaporation, packaged up and sold at the local markets. While salt ponds are more commonly found on the coast, these sit at 3,380 metres above sea level.