Beyond the daytrip to Tumpak Sewu waterfalls. Melani, is a #solofemaletraveler that was born in America to Indonesian parents of Javanese mother and Balinese father, has her own journey of love to an island where she also belong.
This pic a lil bit tells us how he embed the great value of belonging to her mother' homeland.
Well, nice to meet you my friend.🙂 #Repost @meloweeniee
Chasing waterfalls and dreams of #batik . I’d spend several Sundays as a kid driving an hour out with my mom to the only Indonesian shop in the vicinity, browsing for batik textiles. It was one of the few threads that connected her to her homeland, and I’d often imagine this world through her memories. It’s been a literal dream to finally step foot on her island this week, to learn the stories that cloth has to tell. Excited for things to come 🙏🏽 @journeyonlovely #silk
Camilla, born and raise in Venice was chosen as one of the nominees for 2018 Guide of the Year with @urbanadventures - Tour leader in Venice, history nerd, foodie and expert traveler! 📸: During our Cicchetti & Wine tour with vegetarian options such as pecorino cheese, artichokes, bruschetta of tomatoes & capers...
Rio de Janeiro, cidade maravilhosa!
The 709 meter high Mount Corcovado attracts nearly 2 million visitors per year, primarily to see the Christ the Redeemer statue, but the views of the city from the top of this mountain are a highlight by itself.
Back in 2007 over 100 million people worldwide voted for the “New Seven Wonders of the World”.
Rio de Janeiro’s Christ the Redeemer is one of the New Seven Wonders, along with places like China’s Great Wall and Mexico’s Chichen Itza, two other places I was fortunate enough to visit in recent years.
Rio de Janeiro’s most iconic landmark stands on top of Mount Corcovado, and is with a height of 30 meter and an arm span of 28 meter a sight not to missed when visiting Brazil!