Turns out: Australia makes happy, too! 🐬
……………………………… Friends, I know it's Monday. And maybe it is dark and cold where you are right now. This photo is by all means not an attempt to make you feel even colder; instead I'd like to invite you this morning to not fall into the monday-trap and start the day by dreading the week, but instead take a few minutes this morning to D R E A M. Sit down , get comfortable, close your eyes, and picture in vivid colours and with every tiny detail you can think of how the life you want actually looks like. For one moment, don't think about what's realistic or possible. Instead, GET CARRIED AWAY. Fully enjoy how that dream life of yours looks like. How it feels to live it. How it smells, tastes, sounds. Where do you live? Who is in it? Who do you share it with? And then try to hold on to that dream for the next week.
Let it grow, fill it with life, be ridiculous, be bold, be unashamedly extravagant! What do you have to lose...? It's just a dream anyway. ...You think that's foolish? You think that's silly? - It is not. It's what I did for years on my way to work on the Berlin subway. I dreamed my life into reality. And it came true... If you can dream it, you can do it. ………………………………
"Of course this is happening inside your head. But that does not mean it isn't real." - J.K. Rowling
We love the North of Spain, vibrant green country side, beautiful white sandy beaches & incredible views like this to wake to! If you are about to start a van trip or are currently on your travels then we suggest you definitely check out this area. 📸 : @__advanture__
The Nomiya is one of the only spaces where Japanese people socialize with complete strangers over a cup of sake. Commonly referred to be the "third space" of the Tokyoite's life, outside of their home and their workspace.
#detouur#offthebeatentrack#discover 📷 @_klisna
Im back in Kenya and flying up to Samburu today. Two days of photoshoots and interviewing students for our scholarship programme. Then onto Lewa to take 38 of our existing scholars on a three day conservation awareness trip.
One thing I really loved about all the Maori sculpture and art we saw in New Zealand- was their use of paua shell pieces as eyes and other decorative accents. A really beautiful, vibrant touch to their work.😍🙌 Also, I got to take the whole paua shell I found home so I'm super happy.😊
“Everyday is a journey, and the journey itself is home” | 6,324km on air, 480km on the motorbike and some 150km on foot later, I am done with North Vietnam 🇻🇳
this lies a very narrow residential street that actually has a train passing through twice a day. The residents had to jump off, cafe dwellers had to carry their table n stools out of the track when that happens. Once the train passes by, its life as usual, business as usual again.... 🚂 swipe for some train action
Well I didn't expect this... a friend was reading the 2017 winter issue of the Lonely Planet magazine and noted a photograph from Arawa, Bougainville. Oh I know someone in Bougainville she thought... Then she noticed it was mine! It's fair to say I was even more surprised than her to see it! Thanks @lonelyplanet and @lonelyplanetmags for including the photograph and helping to spread the word of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea.
A statue of the Pale orc from the Hobbit Trilogy. Going to Weta Workshop was hands down the best LOTR themed thing we saw in New Zealand & the most interesting thing we did in Wellington. The work they do is so truly cool.😍😍😍 They made all the physical props used in the Lord of the Rings series. Seeing some of the pieces they made for Ghost in the Shell and the Great Wall were my fave though.😍 I loved the visuals in Ghost in the Shell so goshdarn much.💘 Weta Workshop has worked on so many cool projects. Lord of the Rings is just probably their most well known. I'm defs keen to watch more of their filmography.❤
The last two photos are other snippets of the day tour we took. The Wellington sign and the view from Mount Victoria.😊