I have mixed feelings about Costa Rica...there was some good (zip lining), some bad (stepping on a tarantula sized spider w my bare foot), and some ugly (first time I got in an accident with a rental car). My advice would be don't rent a car and stick to 2-3 areas max...for the sake of your own sanity 😂 #notaroadtripcountry#noslothsinsight#monteverde
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📍Tegalalang Rice Paddies, Bali -
"As long as there is enough in my pocket to wander this world day by day I am one happy soul. You can keep being a slave to your bank balance, but I will only ever work to live."
Y con este retrato en el mercado de las flores de Calcuta, ponemos punto y aparte a uno de los países más increíbles que existen. India no deja indiferente: su color, su gente, más gente, los trenes, la comida súper picante, el chapati, la vida en la calle, la suciedad, los olores, la religión y sus miles de dioses, el caos y el 'everything is possible in India!' 💙 Namasé! 🇳🇪👳🏽🐒
Brighton Beach Memoir | I had a good view of Brighton and the world famous Coney Island just after take off from JFK this afternoon. I did a little research and found this nugget from Wiki: In 1964, Coney Island's last remaining large theme park, Steeplechase Park, closed. The rides were auctioned off, and the property was sold to developer Fred Trump, the father of President Donald Trump. Trump, convinced that the amusement area would die off once the large theme parks were gone, wanted to build luxury apartments on the old Steeplechase property. He spent ten years battling in court to get the property rezoned. At one point Trump organized a funeral for amusement parks in Coney Island. Trump invited the press to the funeral where bikini-clad girls first handed out hot dogs, then handed out stones which Fred invited all to cast through the stained-glass windows of the pavilion. Then, pronouncing the amusement park dead, he had the pavilion bulldozed. After a decade of court battles, Trump exhausted all his legal options and the property was still zoned only for amusements. He eventually leased the property to Norman Kaufman, who ran a small collection of fairground amusements on a corner of the site, calling his amusement park "Steeplechase Park”.
We are: Beach side enjoying the sunset
We just love adventuring for a whole day and than enjoying a beautiful sunset at the end! 😍 How do you like to spend the end of your days on your travels? ↟↟↟
P.S stay tuned we have teamed up with a great company and we are getting very close to sharing something very special with all of you! ♥️