Aaaand just like that it's back to the grind... I've really enjoyed scrolling through your adventures on my feed, so much outdoorsy fun being had! We've had so much fun at various beaches this weekend, so much so we've been on Rightmove browsing coastal retreats! 🙊Where would you weekend retreat to? Coast? Lakes and trees? Or city? I'd love to know! 😍😍#DarlingWeekend
Sometimes it's hard to see a staircase to heaven when all you see is more stairs, as far as the eye can see. I find myself these days coming across stairs like these and simply closing my eyes and putting one foot in front of the other. Sometimes I'm not even aware if the staircase leads me higher or lower... I just climb for the sake of not being still and alone with the thoughts that are already steeping like bitter tea leaves on the back burner of my burning conscience. And you know what? There are a million excuses, a million reasons that sound legitimate enough, from work fatigue to life fatigue to self-induced fatigue that make the eyes feel heavy in multiple ways. It is especially on these days of self-justified bullshit that I close my eyes to the unmentioned pathways I once saw and seek a staircase in the dark. I continue to step up or down because...it just feels familiar...until you decide to open your eyes and realize that you've ended up in a place that is so far from where you wanted to be that you get a sense of homesickness that seems to live under your skin and ooze out of your body, making itself so evident to others. But I also think that we all have a compass. Some may be faster or more savvy at navigating out of their unintended messes, but we all have that one thing that lets us. I'm not usually an optimist, but sometimes, I do believe that when you're so far from where you should be, we are able to find that one thing that helps us back on the path to stepping with intention.
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Had such a fun weekend hanging out with my number 1 and celebrating a beautiful wedding 👰🏻🎩 Cheers to many more weekends this summer as good as this one 🍻❤️🤗 .
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Город со страниц детских сказок и открыток - Брюгге (на голландском - Брюже) 🏘 Занимает первые места в рейтингах самых красивых городов мира и тд и тп.
Залечь на дно надолго мне не удалось, хотя очень хотелось.🌉 Особенно приятно гулять по улицам после 7-8 вечера, когда основная масса туристов уезжает, и город выглядит совершенно другим - на улицах тишина, кафе и магазины закрыты, прогуливаются несколько человек, решивших подольше задержаться в 19 веке 🏰 В баре в 9 вечера было занято всего несколько столов, судя по языку - голландцами, а может и местными 🍻
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An diesem sonnigen Morgen hilft nur eines: einen feinen Smoothie. Wir waren im @smoothy_juicy und haben einen Kiwi Star probiert. Feine Kombination. ⠀
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Khan padture, 1850 m height, Sheki region, Azerbaijan. Пастбища в Шекинском районе, 1850 м высоты, Азербайджан. Xan yaylagi, Sheki rayonu, Azerbaycan. Photo by: @anarhussein ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
🔹Shaki (Sheki) is a region in northwestern Azerbaijan. on the southern part of the Greater Caucasus. mountain range, 325 km (202 mi) from Baku 🔹Shaki is surrounded by snowy peaks of the Greater Caucasus, in some places reaching 3000–3600 m.
🔹There are traces of large-scale settlements in Shaki dating back to more than 2700 years ago.
🔹The name of the town goes back to the ethnonym of the Sakas, who reached the territory of modern-day Azerbaijan in the 7th century BC and populated it for several centuries.
🔹The mountain forests around the area prevent the city from floods and overheating of the area during summer. The main rivers of the city are the Kish and Gurjhana.
🔹Shaki has one of the greatest density of cultural resources and monuments that include 2700 years of Azerbaijani history.
🔹Many public places and private houses in Shaki are decorated with shebeke, a wooden lattice of pieces of coloured glass, held together without glue or a single nail.
🔹The Palace of Shaki Khans which was a summer residence of Shaki Khans, still remains one of the most visible landmarks of Shaki. Constructed in 1762 without a single nail is one of the most marvelous monuments of its epoch.