I'm so thankful to call beautiful British Columbia home and that it has places and views like this around almost every corner ✌🏻😄
I'm stoked to be working with @airmiles_canada to tell you cool cats about their "Top 10 Wishlist” on airmilesshops.ca. AIR MILES Collectors can get Miles on unique gifts while shopping online. So many stellar ones to choose from, like the Amazon FitBit. It's our new fav gadget and super useful for hiking, day to day activities and motivating you to stay active. So check out the list and get gifting folks! @airmiles_canada #sponsored#milesbringyoucloser
@demas 'of all the fish in the sea 🐳, i'm so glad you swam to me 😆' // visiting the Dubai Aquarium was such a cool experience! 😍 the aquarium is the world's largest indoor aquarium and is located inside the Dubai Mall (the largest mall in the world) which is below the Burj Khalifa (the current world's tallest building)! 🤯🤯🤯 it's definitely all about the superlatives in Dubai! 😃
drop your favourite sea creature emoji in the comments below and i will check out your pages 👇🏻
We take photos as a return ticket to a moment otherwise gone.
Happy Birthdayyy my dear @ciaxngn !!, may the coming year bring you all the joy and blessings you wishing~ xoxo 🎉🎉🎂❤️👯♀️
Recently I had the opportunity to canoe down the Colorado River starting from the Glen Canyon Dam. The weather turned out to be absolutely perfect the weekend we chose to go. So warm that I had wished I had brought a tee shirt when we were in the sunny areas of the canyon. Although the shady areas were a different story, they held onto that same coolness that fall gives off. When it did get a little too warm it was quite refreshing to be able to dip your hands in the frigid ice cold river. My favorite part of floating down the beautiful dark green river, was the pure solitude and peacefulness that the bottom of those deep orange canyon walls held. It was there that we truly felt alone and at peace. Not having to think about the day to day worries that used to once hold importance.
Capital circus in Astana. Qazaqstan. Mavic pro.
На фото не Москва, а цирк в Астане, но все равно Москва покаааааа....!!! 😉
Кажется, наконец, я научился делать вертикальные фотографии для Инстаграма без потери детализации. Останется разобраться только с горизонтальными. 😊 Печально, что без фотошопа на компе это сделать не получится. 😑 Если найдутся такие же замороченные на этом деле как и я - с удовольствием поделюсь рецептом. 😉
И мне совсем не понравились результаты опроса в сторис. 27% всех ответивших не видят мои посты в своей ленте. Этот "прикол" Инстаграма как-то вообще не радует. Нужно будет погуглить откуда ноги растут... Это же не правильно...
Всем отличной среды. Возможно, я немного выпаду из эфира, но не точно. 👼
A few hours before flying back to the mainland, and while raining, we said fuck it and hiked down a muddy, steep ravine (pretty much a wall with ropes) that was gated off and had gov signs of no trespassing. But.. there are no rules to life. After, we raced against time and drove to a beach to shower off and repacked our shit at a Home Depot parking lot because it was the only area that was lit in the midst of night. This is the type of adventure we yearn for. 🤙
“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes”.
There, in the middle of the desert, there is no concept of time. There's a feeling of carefree and infinite. The unexplainable urge to come back to a certain place might be because you need to reconnect with a part of yourself that you discovered when you first visited it.
What if I fail? Wait, but what if I fly?
Things were falling apart. I had just come out of a long term relationship. I was unhappy and unfulfilled at my job. My life was stagnant, my inner world was a mix of a few highs and a load of lows. Slowly, I felt pushed to the edge. I had to change the course of my life to create a different reality.
For as long as I can remember, when I was a child, I would daydream about learning foreign languages and cultures. The idea of speaking English fluently and live in a faraway country was captivating me. Perhaps I aspired to escape the flat land, gloomy sky of the north of France. One day, it all came back to me. I was in my mid 20's my coworker told me about his niece living in Australia on a working holiday visa and we went on talking about this amazing country that I knew so little at that time. I was so intrigued by this faraway land, light years away from the countryside where I grew up.
I felt an immense pull towards this destination, and before I realized it I had made the decision to go explore this immense territory.
I started to dig information day and night about the country and within 2 weeks, I was ready to embark on the adventure - almost everything was sorted out - place to live, visa, plane ticket etc.
I was excited for a fresh new beginning, albeit uncertain and dubious about what the year would hold.
What if I fail? How am I going to live, travel, make money? I don't even know english that well! …. the ramblings of my mind went on. My fears and insecurities were surfacing. Yet I was drawn to the massive feelings of excitement that was vibrating strongly inside of me. There was no turning back. I was ready for a massive shift.
I worked long hours, had two jobs and saved money to get ready for the unforeseeable venture.
2 months later, there I was stepping into the depth of my existence, in the middle of the Australian desert.
This was 9 years ago.
The amount of challenges and experiences I gained from this conversation has shaped my life to an extent that I cannot express into words. It all start with a thought, a tiny little step. (to be continued in next post) ⋆