⛰🛶🏕 enjoying life one day at a time.
El fin de semana pasado nos fuimos a uno de mis lugares favoritos. Que rico es salirte un ratito de la rutina y disfrutar de la naturaleza. El clima ahí estaba deli! Bajo hasta 8°C 😍. Ya extrañaba el frío jajaja. Si tienes oportunidad de ir a Mammoth Lakes ve! Te va a encantar tanto en invierno qué está todo nevado, como en verano qué hay miles de actividades al aire libre, como cabalgar, hiking, pescar, etc.
À bientôt Paris. I can’t say enough about your beauty and wonders. Only my third time abroad, this taught me to not be so scared. I was a nervous wreck before I got here. Every time I leave the country it’s a culture shock and I have anxiety about trying to communicate in another language. The city was kind to me. A simple “bonjour parlez-vous anglais?” got me lots of help and lots of smiles. It’s true that when you try French, you get better reactions. It makes me want to come back as soon as possible. It’s a gorgeous city with even more gorgeous architecture... and food. 🍾🥖
I just got to Disneyland Paris! I haven’t entered the park yet, but I’m already so in love with the theming of Hotel Santa Fe and Disney Village. The paved, shaded path with leaves all over that goes through the woods to get to Disney Village is my favorite. It’s like I’m experiencing true fall in the mountains or something. I can’t wait to begin exploring the parks so be prepared for a return to Disney photos soon. 💕
When you get lost for almost half an hour while it’s getting dark, and that all your attempts to find a taxi go to waste but you still manage to take a photo of Hanoi busy night 🇻🇳 #vietnam#hanoibynight#traffic#lost#touristing
Yesterday, we woke up to a Grand Teton sunrise, and spent the day hiking and touristing Yellowstone National Park. We managed to do all the things. First, we watched Old Faithful erupt. Then, we went on a 7ish mile loop hike on the Fairy Falls trail. The first few miles or so were a bit crowded at the Grand Prismatic viewpoint, and Fairy Falls. We continued on to Imperial Geyser, a beautiful backcountry geyser with only a few people around. After lunch at that spot, we found ourselves all alone on a two mile stretch of trail, where we saw a couple bison and several more geysers - this part was magical. We finished up our tour by getting back in the car and doing the stop-and-go wildlife viewing on the way out of the park. I got a huge kick out of this part. It was as much fun to watch the other people as it was to watch the animals. We saw many more bison - one even merged into traffic and walked in the right lane in the line of cars for a little bit! Lastly, we saw a group of elk grazing along the Madison River as the sun went down. It was quite a day.
I call this series 'Monumental Selfies' - a study in Paris attractions and my face 😋 #sorrynotsorry 1) Cath S'Louis des Invalides 2) Eiffel Tower from SE 3) Eiffel Tower from the NW 4) Arc de Triomphe 5) Musee du Louvre