Segura firme e #VAIKUMTUDO vidaaaaaaa!😉🙌
Marque seu amigo(a) corajoso, que toparia viver essa experiência radical no @beachpark😉🙌
Esse é o VAIKUMTUDO O maior toboágua do mundo em altura e percurso, na categoria tornado. São 25 metros de altura e velocidade de 43km/h. Prepare-se para ver o parque de ângulos que nunca imaginou.
Busy gal @yananursubina in Jordan! She’s a strategy consultant that still makes travel a priority! I’ve seen plenty of pictures of Petra but this was makes me want to hop on a plane right now. Never even thought of putting Jordan on your bucket list? Well google image it! Because it has a lot of gems and I know I cant wait to make it there one day! Want to inspire other busy girls to travel? Tag @champagneflight
When I was in the 5th grade, Cisco the brown capuchin monkey used to sit on my desk during spelling tests. He’d not so silently judge you and occasionally steal your pencil. Seeing Cisco’s relatives in the wild of Argentina was an exhilarating experience for me. I could have sat and watched them glide through the trees all day. But there was so much to see at Iguazu that we had to keep moving. This little guy needed a tissue.
Discover The Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood in St. Petersburg, Russia with @procenko_photography.
This marvelous Russian-style church was built on the spot where Emperor Alexander II was assassinated in March 1881 - hence its very literal name. Both the interior and exterior of the church is decorated with incredibly detailed mosaics, designed and created by the most prominent Russian artists of the day. Interestingly, despite the church's very obviously Russian aspect, its principle architect, A. Parland, was not even Russian! Discover more of St. Petersburg in Edition 30 of The Discoverer. Link in bio. #thediscoverer
Impresionante. 150 años una bolsa plástica | 300 años un envase de plástico | latas de refresco 200 años 😔 Al visitar nuestros paraísos naturales, asegurémonos de no dejar ningún desperdicio... De otro modo, en un par de años acabaremos con ese paraíso. #travelinfopa @atp_panama @visitpanama #Repost @tortuguias 🏆
TOMA NOTA!☝🏽📝 ♻️
🎶I’ve got a lovely bunch of coconuts🎶
In all seriousness, I’m really not much of a coconut water person (but I LOVE it on cake and ice cream 😋). The boxed stuff here in America is not my fave, and even fresh from the coconut doesn’t do it for me either. However, I caught the dreaded Bali Belly while I was in Bali and got pretty sick (think asking my driver to pull over on the side of a small town road so I could throw up). I got VERY dehydrated, and drinking a fresh, young coconut, like those above, is a great way to rehydrate in a pinch while abroad, especially if you can’t find safe drinking water. It worked, and I was rehydrated pretty quickly, but the taste was not exactly my favorite.
Tell me, what is your favorite natural remedy you use when you are traveling?
Al visitar las playas en donde habiten estos hermosos ejemplares, debemos ser cautelosos ya que son muy delicadas y pueden ahogarse con el oxígeno al sacarlas del mar. En segundos al aire, pueden morir. @soylandaa nos muestra como verlas y fotografiarlas. Nunca las saquemos del agua. #travelinfopa#starfish#bocas @visitpanama @atp_panama
🇪🇸Ese momento en el que agotamiento después de un día intenso de viaje no te deja pensar con claridad y bajas de la 'mototaxi' por el lado que no debes🙉.Sientes de repente un ligero pero intenso calor que recorre el gemelo de la pierna derecha."Te has abrasado la pierna" te dice alarmado el 'mototaxista'😨. Y ves como un círculo rojo se va apoderando de tu gemelo.Te pones a llorar como si no hubiera un mañana soltando improperios sin sentido y que no vienen al caso😭.La gente te mira como si fueras una de esas viajeras perturbadas 😱(razón no les falta) mientras exiges que se te lleve a un hospital (que no hay). Acabas la aventura en una farmacia comprando un unguento que promete no dejar marca (ya veremos).Pero, cuando llegas a la playa y ves este espectáculo se te quitan todas las penas.¿A vosotros no os pasaría lo mismo?😆 Vale, sí que es verdad que a veces estoy un poco loca.😂
🇬🇧That moment when after a long day traveling you are too exhausted to have a clear mind and get off the 'mototaxi' on the wrong side🙉.You suddenly feel a light but intense heat going through your right leg's calf."U've burnt your leg" alarmingly says the diver😨.You then see how a growing red patch is overtaking your calf.U start weeping your heart out and crying out unreasonable stupid words😭.People look at you as if you were one of those disturbed travelers 😱 (they might not be wrong) while you demand to be taken to a hospital (there is none).You end the adventure in a local pharmacy purchasing an ointment that promises to leave no marks (that we will see).It's when you finally manage to get to the beach and to get lost in this gorgeous place that you forget all about it.Wouldn't you be the same?😆Ok, I might be a little bit crazy sometimes.😂
So do you ever walk down the street and look at those who pass you by and wonder what their lives are like? Whether they’re having a bad day, whether they’re on their way to a meeting that’s going to change their life, whether they’re stuck in a life they don’t want. Yeah I do it quite a lot. I like to understand people. The ins and outs to who they are. Their passions. It’s rather fascinating. So tell me lovely followers, who are you and what are your passions?
I just got back from Portland and beyond excited to share the photos from this trip 💚 The weather was perfect the entire time and thanks to @marriottpdx, this was my view every morning 😍 The Pacific Northwest air is so fresh and I loved being surrounded by nature 🌲 Have you been to Portland? Fun fact: I lived in Portland for 4 years 🙋🏻♀️
Inosuke Hayasaki was 14 and working in the Mitsubishi Arms factory when we dropped Fatman. Thanks to the chaotic randomization of life, the explosion threw him behind a reinforced pillar while everyone he worked with died instantly. Today he stood outside in peace park making conversation with anyone passing by. He invited me to water a plant with ceremonial temizu dippers. Neither of us spoke the other’s language, but he kept pointing to an English language description of the events of Aug 9 1945 and then to himself, so I knew he had been there. I had no way of predicting what I would feel in the presence of an atomic bomb survivor. I hadn’t planned on running into one today when I walked into town. My country dropped a five-ton science experiment on his city and vaporized everyone he ever cared about. What do you say? I typed “I’m sorry” into my phone’s translation app, and he read it and smiled. Shrugged and then said some stuff I couldn’t understand but it was in the tone of someone who has forgiven you. I shook his hand with both of my hands and then went to a bench on the far end of the park where no one was and cried.
This picture was captured from a window in the main tower of the Seville Cathedral.
Seville was one of my favorite spots in Spain, and I was able to make the most of my short time there with great suggestions from @cnwhitt thanks Calee!