Head to Paxos, Greece for some much-needed R&R. Take in the beautiful beaches, bays and underwater caves, then indulge at one of the many tavernas that are always within walking distance 🙏 #tlpicks courtesy of @minogiannisvalantis
Monte Monaco 🌊 there’s nothing better than waking up early, hiking up a mountain and enjoy the view. Oh! and doing it with your bestie @karinepawel 🤗 sky was overcast when we hiked, which would of been annoying had it not meant a) the temperature was cooler and b) you could still see the gorgeous color of the sea. If you’re travelling to San Vito this hike is definitely worth it. Takes about 2 hours and o recommend start it around 7.30am latest (especially when it’s the height of summer) #luluinnsicily
Not only is Seattle blessed with beautiful mountains & the sea, it is also home to some of the largest companies in the world such as Microsoft, Amazon & of course Starbucks 😃
Are you a ☕ lover?
🌎 #TravelTip : If the answer is yes, head over to the Original Starbucks - the 1st store that Starbucks opened in 1971! .
Located directly opposite the Pike Place Market, it is hard to miss this iconic store as it is always crowded in the store & there's a queue outside unless you're there as soon as they are open for the day
Can you spot the difference on the Starbucks logo? 🤗 ❤ @travelistajen
According to Science, the earliest we can remember memories from is 3-5 years old. Well, I have a terrible memory and the earliest I can remember from is around 8-9. I remember coming home from a friends house and all my siblings had gone to see Lord of the Rings without me(I am still very upset about this). I remember my mom letting me and my friends have the house to ourselves for a huge sleepover. We changed rooms every hour, ate a ton of candy, got dressed up and danced around and fell asleep watching Cartoon Network. The good ol days man. I can’t say I have the best of memories but the things I do hold on to, I try my best to never let go.
At what age is your earliest memory? Care to share what is?
✨🌞 This is inspiring me today...
✧ ✧ The Dalai Lama, when asked what surprised him most about humanity, he said:
“Man sacrifices his health in order to make money.
Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health.
And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present;
the result being that he does not live in the present or the future;
he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.”
... 🙌🏽 all hail the king of P U R P O S E
Севастополь. Влюбилась в этот город, как только мы в него въехали ❤️ Он как Санкт-Петербург, только солнечный и на морском побережье XD
Очень много красивых исторических зданий, просто на каждом углу!
А набережная ещё краше. Выходишь - и перед тобой Чёрное море, чистое и синее-синее 💙
И в Севастополе, и в Балаклаве вы можете прокатиться на катере, только в Севастополе вы посмотрите сам город с воды, а в Балаклаве будете плыть между скалистыми утёсами, перед вами будет простираться безбрежное море, а катер будут окружать стаи медуз 🌊
Spent yesterday swimming in the Mediterranean, eating delicious food, and having deep talks with a few of my favorite people. Thank you @santorini.yachting.club for an amazing experience!! If you are ever in Santorini be sure to check them out - one of our favorite things we did while on the island! 🛥⚓️ #santoriniyahtingclub#liveeasygowell
•🗼🦅🚶🏾♂️• Taking Flight •
Touched down in Paris and spent the day exploring some of its most iconic landmarks. Swipe right to see what the classic Eiffel Tower view looked like this morning. It was obscured by a crane and there were tents and work-shops splayed on the lawn in front of it. Took me a while to figure out this little angle that sneakily hides all the distraction beneath the frame.
A casual little reminder everything isn’t always as it seems on the heavily curated highlights of social media.
Stay Adventurous Dear Friends!!
#tbt - My Bahama baby
My first solo trip with H was when he was 6 months old to meet friends with a baby in the Bahamas. I was ridiculously scared and it went so well that travel became a big part of my two maternity leaves.
#avgeek - London-Nassau is an easy flight on BA and usually has decent award availability and I loved the beach at the downtown Hilton. We, however, did not stay at this no-kids Sandals. We were promptly kicked out after this photo by a huge bodyguard that keeps people off these lounge chairs on Cable Beach.
About last night...
Toured the Akwaaba Bed & Breakfast's 6th inn that has recently opened right here in University City. I was blown away by the 1880s historic mansion architecture, Philadelphia soulful vibes, and the diverse yet still elegant rooms.
Many thanks to @akwaabainns, Monique and Melody, @visitphilly for the invitation and the hospitality. I'll definitely be back 😉