Throwback to the days when we could leave the house without a coat and take pretty pictures in cute dresses all over Sydney 😫😢
I’m officially on month 10 of winter (since I moved to Australia in February from the U.S.) and I’m 100% over it. 🙅🏻♀️
Someone send summer to Sydney ASAP plz 🙏🏽
Can ya’ll believe it’s already August? Half way through to be exact. Next month I turn 24... 🤦🏼♀️ I love fall but I sure do wish time would slow down. But on the other hand, I’ve already started planning my adventures for 2019! I’ve already got 3 trips on the prospective calendar. But I’m really trying to live in the moment right now ☺️ So let’s take it a day at a time, Okay 2018?! pc: Mary & Maurizio by @flytographer
Gals! Join us in RAROTONGA! 🌴🌊🔆
October 4-9th! Only 2 more spots available!!!!
Treat your mind, body & soul with this unique glamping experience-island style 🏝 ☀️🍹and make life long friends in the process!
Everything's all organised including:
5 nights Glamping at
Ikurangi Eco Retreat - Where luxury meets sustainability
!!Send us a PM to find out more!!
🍳5 breakfasts 😅 2 Morning yoga session at resort
💦Night SUP night board.
🍲 Private group dinner at Coastal Kitchen with two of the islands ambassadors
👜Goodie bag on arrival (valued over $90)
👥Volunteer day, getting in with the locals
🌃 market and Saturday morning market.
🌇Sunset cocktails on last night
🚕all transport, airport transfers, use of snorkel gear and push bikes on the island 🌴🚲
Small group tour run with the fabulous gals at: Wanderlust Solo Women Tours & Solo Women Travel Tribe. I'll be heading over to drink cocktails with you all AND to have a flippen good time!! ❤️🍹🏝☀️
I have a bad habit of buying a new hat everywhere I go and then never wearing them again, or getting annoyed with having to carry them on flights so I get rid of it. This was one such hat. 🤠
▪One of the things you notice in Mongolia is that while western wear is common in the big city of Ulaanbaatar, in the desert, the traditional deel is more commonly worn. A deel is like a folded tunic worn by men and women. Traditional Mongolian headwear is the most important part of their dress, indicating tribe, status, gender, season... But now, it has been replaced by the fedora. Some believe this was started by one of the founding father's of Mongolian literature, and Mongolia's first "classic Socialist" writer, Dashdorjiin Natsagdorj. Because of his influence from Russia, he became known for wearing a fedora, which then like most western fashion, catches on as the new status quo.
Details. The details are so important to a space. The airy, clean feel brings a nice aura to the dining area. The biscuits and gravy wouldn’t taste the same without the white subway tile, leather pouches and simple plants. And those light fixtures. We can’t forget those. 😉
Take a break from social media.
Ironic right? Posting this on social media?
But really.... Instagram has been shown to be one of the worst apps for depression.
Scrolling through your feed you find yourself becoming envious of the lives of the people in the beautiful photos.
You long to be the one hiking in that spectacular forest, attending that mind-blowing festival, cliff jumping into that crystal clear water.
Maybe you haven't even realised you've been doing that until now.
Then you think, wow...yeah I was literally just doing that.
I can personally say it's SO hard not to enter the comparison mindset, when this page is literally centred around finding stunning photos to share with you ladies!
So, a step back. A holiday planned.
With my own adventures to look forward to, suddenly the FOMO subsides.
It's easy to scroll scroll scroll through and compare your own life...and to do it multiple times a day. This is time you could be planning your OWN adventures.
So go ahead, spread your joy and tell us ... where are YOU going next?
I'm off to Thailand, Mayalsia and Singapore with @gadventures 😍 and no, this isn't an ad!
I'm so excited to travel with them after hearing so many good things. Would love to hear reviews from anyone who has travelled with them!
Thanks to @thewonderingdreamer for sharing this breathtaking shot with #ladiesgoneglobal 💕 What a spectacular destination.
my personal favourite
its atmosphere is similar to that of Ta Prohm ប្រាសាទតាព្រហ្ម temple (where Tomb Raider was shot) with large trees growing out of the ruins. it isn’t as popular which makes it empty so my tour guide Lao and I took our time studying & observing every corner of it ❤️
This is Parn Ward. She was about 16 months into her pregnancy when I met her (the gestational period for Asian elephants is 18-22 months😮), and it was clear that her motherly instincts were already in full force. She is one of the most gentle creatures I have ever met. Oh, and she really loves bananas 🍌🍌🍌
“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor and some style.” Guided by these words of wisdom from #mayaangelou and blessed with a loving & supportive husband, I jumped off the hamster wheel a year ago and escaped the maze in the rat race to follow my passion for travel and marrying it with my thirst to help others. And the best part? Hearing, seeing or reading about my clients gush about what a great, fabulous, amazing, fun, unforgettable or memorable time they had on their trip! We travel to experience, learn and share-It makes us feel connected to what this #wonderfulworld offers! What drives you to travel?