Every decision you made until now was right. There is no wrong decisions. At that moment you felt like it was the right thing to do. And it was. It was decision that was important to you at the very moment you made it. And that’s all that counts💛
Looking forward to another weekend in the countryside tomorrow, exploring some of Dorset this time 🌿
Just one more day of work, although today isn't really work, as I'm volunteering with TimeBank at an elderly home in South East London. Looking forward to spending some time with the residents, and hopefully sprucing up their garden. •
That's my day. What's your day looking like?
Disney fans will appreciate this print. I also do a map of Florida, although it is a rather unfortunate shape 🤣 Go on Google it, you know you want to! I think I would prefer a map of France or the US instead for my Disney holiday memories. Has anyone been lucky enough to go to Disneyland recently?
Exactly one year ago.
In spite of being really ill • which I later learned was because of the earthquake • I left #MexicoCity earlier that morning and wandered about an hour north of the city to climb the #pyramids , and that’s when it happened.
Everyone has asked me if I felt it. And what did it feel like?
Yes, I did feel it. But in a very different way than you might imagine. I felt it from the inside. I lost my balance and grabbed onto my tour guide for support. She took me to the pharmacy in town, pleaded with me to let her take me to a doctor. I know I looked pretty pathetic & had been pretty sick all morning. I begged her not to. We headed back to pyramids, which by then had been partially closed down. No one was allowed to climb up to the top of any of the pyramids. We literally walked in and walked out in 15 minutes • 900 pesos for that tour & about 10 fotos she half-heartedly snapped for me •
You can’t tell from the picture, but I was feeling pretty rough. I felt too weak to keep walking, and I was nervous about finding a way to get back to the city. My tour guide managed to convince the driver of another tourist (from Russia) to let me share her car with her back to the city. I had no money (I had given it all to that darn tour guide), and the Russian girl was pretty annoyed when she realized that at the end of her trip. The driver then made it his mission to get me safely back to my hotel. He drove against traffic, through car piles, broken traffic signals, the opposite way down one ways, all the while trying to communicate with his own family to make sure his children and loved ones were ok.
That car ride home and the events that followed are images I will never forget, and even seeing them type out here on this little screen doesn’t seem to pay them tribute. .
That #earthquake shook something inside of me, and the chain of events in my life that followed were the subsequent results of that shaking from the inside out.
Today, one year later, I remember. The 369 lives lost (más heridos) and the thousands of lives consequentially forever changed.
I will never forget.
I hope you are not bored of this view yet? I could have spent there hours just sitting there, listening to the singing of the waves and gaze in the distance. These two calm hours in the morning were the most relaxing of the whole vacation 😍 Who wants to sit there next to me? ;)
Сколько зарабатывают европейцы в Азии на киносъемках?
В интернете много будоражащих историй о том, как европейцы зарабатывают своими белыми лицами ДЕНЬЖИЩИ, снимаясь в массовке азиатских фильмов и сериалов. Мечта, изи мани!
Сколько же платят за съемочный день в британском сериале на Ланке?
Местный получит тут 3$. Это даже не смешно.
Европейцам за участие в массовке платят в разы больше — 60$ за съемочный день. Съемочный день — это быть на площадке к 4 утра, до заката протусить на жаре без возможности укрыться от палящего солнца, быть готовым изваляться в пыли и провести большую часть времени в ожидании между дублями на пекле. Изи мани? Люди от жары падают в обморок.
Честно? Меня не будоражит эта сумма. Воу-воу изи мани — это ну хотя бы вдвое больше, на таких-то условиях.
А вам как кажется, стоит игра свеч?
Lately I’ve been working so hard to finance all my travel adventures and escapades! This is my man and I celebrating our four years together this summer in Hawaii parasailing ... with my phone gripped tightly in my hand above water!
These shorts have now become a part of my pjs. Which I am currently still wearing from the night before and it’s 10pm now. Been on the couch asleep all day today fighting off a virus. I used to never wear pants to bed but now living with roommates in open plan apartment I feel it’s appropriate. If you wanna see the apartment I made a quick vlog that’s on YouTube. 👀
Yoga studio: @bodhitreeyogaresort
During YTT: @alchemyofyoga
To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting. -E.E. Cummings
🔊 Please swipe to the left to see all 10 pictures! The Cadet Chapel is both the most recognizable building at the United States Air Force and the most visited man-made tourist attraction in Colorado. It is considered among the most beautiful examples of modern American academic architecture. ----------------------------------------------------
La Capilla de los Cadetes es el edificio más reconocido en la base militar del Air Force Academy y la atracción turística (hecha por el hombre) más visitada en todo Colorado. Se encuentra entre los ejemplares más lindos de la arquitectura americana moderna. ----------------------------------------------------
En mi opinión esto fue toda una experiencia. Como amante de las artes y de la arquitectura, esta capilla me tocó hasta la fibra. Un edificio que se ve cool, aerodinámico, hecho de aluminio y de cristales... elegante y sexy a la vez. Lo que parecía quizás ser un edificio aburrido y gris por fuera, termino siendo una explosión de colores y de luz por dentro. Les recomiendo visitar esta atracción y los invito a compartir su opinión conmigo. ¿Qué otro edificio en CO te ha gustado? ¿Por qué?
We left for our honeymoon 10 hours after the wedding ended and when we landed, I took three days to step away from my phone. It felt like a huge release once I was there, totally disconnected, and just taking in every view with no distractions. What I’m getting at is that I need approximately one honeymoon per year 😂 jkjk but it ended up being just what I needed after a rollercoaster of a season (boat tours and carbs don’t hurt either💃🏻). How often do you get offline and what do you notice after? I want to hear all the things! 🙌🏻
Sometimes I wonder where did the time go? I wish the hours could go slow, how is it 6am? *Camila's voice on* 🎶
Such a huuuge true but sounds better with her voice lol. Been sitting here for a while thinking what the hell I could possibly say idk why cuz I speak even when I'm asleep🙃
Been so off and on in here obviously but for good reasons!!! I've lived many things since I came back from my summer vacation and everything I experienced and learned with it😍(keep dreaming about it daily🙈) and It's just been a goood month for me guuuys! Wish the same for you too, cuz we still have another week left to do, to grow, to change so 🥂
Planning, working and loving so much the time in here! Feeling very positive and motivated to LIVE what's next! chessy af so wearing a bunch of red clothes too😛 Any update guys? Any new obsession or vacation or lover or anythinnnng? DM me for the last one if yeees 😜🤤 Happy Thursday everyoneeeeee⚡
*funny memories of the first night of my birthday celebration attached to this 📸*
Tonight is the official end of Bend’s summer concert series, and I’ve had so much fun over the past couple months! The Decemberists, The freaking Pixies, Steve Martin (yes, the one you’re thinking of), Portugal The Man, and now The Head and The Heart to cap it off. 🎶🍻 Until next year.
A piece of India
“I am so grateful. Every piece of me is full. These people embrace me.
I show them who I am what I am and they love it.
I love them.
I embrace them.
I love this circle.
I give what feels like so little and receive what feels like so much.
I had to release.
We must release.
Let go so you can embrace.
Others will follow.
I am living proof.
I am so alive.
I am feeling all of this.
I love it”
Something I wrote on my first India journey in 2015.
My first destination in India (after Delhi) was Rishikesh.
And there I was immersed in a compelling community of cafe dwellers drum beaters and feet movers.
Gypsies from all over the world.
I remember feeling so stripped in India, and so accepted.
I remember one night I danced so hard in a cafe with live music.
I couldn’t even identify with an emotion.
I was completely free.
My heart displayed all over the walls and floor of a crowded cafe.
And the people surrounding me in those moments were pure.
I felt safe.
I felt home.
I felt love.
I felt ever so grateful.
And when I actually returned to my ashram I wrote what you have just read.
India will forever hold pieces of my heart for I will always willingly spread parts of it throughout her sacred lands.