I’ve been in Bali for a while now and it is slowly starting to feel like a second home. It was about time we went on another adventure, and this time to the Nusa islands. This bad boy is Devil’s Tear, named for the way the waves crash into the coast and cover the cliff with mist. #citizensofeverywhere
KL, Malaysia ✨
Not a whole lot can get me out of bed for a sunrise but this was worth it 😍
We woke up early to fit in as much as we could before it started to storm and this was the perfect way to start the day ☀️
Would love to know where were the best sunrises you’ve seen? 🌅
Batu Caves es un templo hindu en honor al dios Murugan ( representado en la hermosa estatua dorada que nos recibe a la entrada de las cuevas). El templo esta construido al interior de las cuevas naturales de la montaña lo que lo hace muy hermoso pues al interior el techo es la cueva misma. Para llegar hay que subir 272 escalones que hoy estan pintados con los colores del arcoiris. Es simplemente hermoso. #batucaves#beautifulmalaysia 🇲🇾 #igersmalaysia#klyourshot#goasean#instakl#trulyasia
Klang sits on the south eastern tip of the Asian landmass. Due to its location on the continent, it is not unusual to enjoy a sunny morning as well as turbulent and gloomy afternoon here. #trulyasia#ofwdiaries#instagood
Did you know that the British tradition of High Tea began in the mid 1700s as an afternoon meal usually served between 3 and 4 o'clock.
Initially, it was a meal for the working man, taken standing up or sitting on tall stools, thus 'high'. Tea with cakes, scones, even cheese on toast would have been served.
Gradually, this afternoon meal became more known as an important event on the social calendars of Ladies and Gentlemen, rather than a meal for the working man.
For the 'Leisure Classes', High Tea served a practical purpose, allowing Ladies and Gentleman the opportunity of a substantial meal before attending the theatre, or playing cards. (It might be a long time before Evening Supper could be taken!) It was around this time that one John Montagu, the Fourth Earl of Sandwich, had the idea of placing meat and other fillings between two slices of bread.
Thus, the High Tea sandwich was created. @fskualalumpur does not spare a single detail to their high tea setup.
Loved the high tea at the Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur.
Tag someone who loves high tea.