When you can’t stop thinking about all of the amazing food you ate on vacation... FYI this is a FRESH mahi sandwich from a tiny little booth in a tiny little airport in Marsh Harbor....and this picture is after I bought it over an hour earlier and carried it with me on my tiny connecting flight to Nassau! It was the best fish sandwich I have ever eaten! 😊
On the hunt for a fall foliage drive! 🍁🗺🔍 AND planning my next BIG trip with babe!! Have you guessed where we’re going yet for Christmas?😱 #fallroadtrip#blonderellatravel
Comment below what you think! Winner gets a zillion dollars 🤪
Hints so far:
1. It’s Cold❄️
2. It’s in the Northern Hemisphere🌎
3. It’s BIG on Christmas festivities🎄
I've used up all my data the past weeks watching TED Talks on YouTube consequently not able to post here on Instagram. 😆😆😆 One of the topics that stuck me is "MONEY CAN BUY YOU HAPPINESS" Yep! You heard it right. Most of us think money is evil. It makes us a miserable version of ourselves. However, when you invest your money in experiences like travel , treat someone for dinner or give it to charity rather than buying new shoes or video games, you receive happiness as a give back. You see it's not just you but also the people you shared it with. A genuine happiness.♥️ I think part of us as well is we are natural GIVERS.
What's your thought about it?
When we lived abroad in England, I was first introduced to the Spanish island of Mallorca. While grabbing a coffee to go from my fave @hoxtonnorth, I overheard two ladies chatting about this supposedly glorious holiday destination. Our last hurrah of summer 2018, my husband and I jet-set across the pond to the Balearic Island of Mallorca. If you're a regular around these parts, you know of my affinity for Spain, her people and her culture.
On day 3 of our trip, we didn’t feel like using our offline Google map of the island. After winding back and forth through the mountainous region, we stumbled into Fornalutx. A beautifully charming village of a mere 600 residents, it was built with cobblestone streets and staircases, lined with plush greens and vine canopies.
As I look back through photographs of our trip, Fornalutx reminds me to seek out the backroads and the dirt roads. To make my own roads, roads no man has paved before.
Today I had a ‘I’m glad I listened to that’ moment. Thank you @bradytoops and @birdtalkermusic for the talk. So much to think on! I relate to the deconstruction, learning to listen instead of having an answer and coming into an acceptance of the unknown. Part of the acceptance is realizing some things will only ever be felt, known in my being but never explained in words or intellect. The question is ’Will I allow that thing to reveal itself to me before I tell it what it is?’ Yes, I’m going to keep asking that one. ⠀⠀ Lyrics that will lend a hand in this ongoing deconstruction & reconstruction... “Shut your brain up long enough to hear the lowly hum, Underneath what's detectable with eyes, Every particle's vibrating with the one life ⠀⠀ Beyond the land of the right, the land of the wrong, There's a field waiting for us
All the notions of you, the notions of me
We finally agree don't mean a thing” One @birdtalkermusic Thank you again.
Spent only few hours in Lisbon today but got its colourful vibe and here are a few pictures I took 🙂 main advise - stay away from sightseeing tours apart from green line as they take you to some strange places like Airport or ex World Expo 1998 centres (... and we got stuck in fraffic for an hour ) 🙂 #lisboa#travelportugal#lisbon
Meandering the streets of Venice earlier today, we admired the city’s iconic gondolas, we crossed many canals and took endless photos of the Venetian red facades until we reached the hidden courtyard of Antico Pignolo restaurant. There, we popped open a bottle of Mionetto Prosecco DOC Brut wine to celebrate being together in such a special city and sharing a good meal. Thank you @mionettoprosecco_uk for the experience and memories! #mionetto [AD]
My favourite kinda colours 🙌🏻 I’m ready for a season of chunky knits, cinnamon drinks + reading in the windows of coffee shops. What are you most excited for with the season change? 🧡☕️🙌🏻🍁 #huntingforautumn
I was serious impressed by the cool factor of Union Station's design. 😍
Built in 1907, the name comes from the union of two different train stations joining into one for the city. It serves as Amtrak's headquarters.
"The vast marble floor, the left columns and the surviving walls indicate the huge dimensions of an unfinished mosque, that was intended to span over an area of 183 on 128 meters. History experts say the building of this colossal mosque, which was not compatible with the size of Rabat, then a small town, shows the Almohade leader’s ambition to make the city his new Capital." #VisaFreeTravelForAfricans#AfricaIsHome#AfricanOverlandTraveller#BoipeloTravels
About Eid - Eid is all about eating and family as is the case with most celebrations. Safa (Seffa) sweetened at the end with raisins, butter and powdered sugar. To garnish fried almonds are used, as well as ground cinnamon and icing sugar. A popular meal for holidays or when entertaining. I had been home for about 5 hours and this was the 3rd time I was eating😍. Eating is an African thing shared across all our borders.