Quiet morning at the springs a couple days back, somewhere in central Oregon
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Still dreaming about all the colourful shops in Marrakech 〰️
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Missing this everyday!!
This is the kind of place I want to go to more than once! Don't you agree? 😎
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Half Moon Bay, California. USA.
Photo by @manuel_hutama
If you know me or @fourth_wiseman at all, you know we love to spend weekends away from the city. The weather and our schedules have been less than ideal for a while now, so instead of exploring more this weekend I settled with morning yoga, wine by the fire, reading and reminiscing. I love looking back at the little moments we've captured on weekends spent running around the mountains. Each one is a story, just like the little grids we've created here.
Who else loses hours sifting through photos?
Tourists are walking ATMs to the locals. If you make the mistake of of giving out a small handout, you may be lucky to get out in one piece. I watched as this poor tourist made that very mistake and got a little more than she bargained for. Usually it is better to give to an aid organization or to buy a trinket as handouts can get out of hand and lead to begging.
I have a whole new respect for people who take street scene pictures. When I decided I should take this with the double decker, I waited and waited and waited. I swear I had just seen five go by in the span of 2 minutes. And then when a bus came, it wasn't a double decker. And then when a double decker came, it turned the wrong way. And then when another one came, there were cars in front of it. It seems like it took forever for just the right shot. You street scene peeps have my respect!!
Cash me ousside 🌿 | just playing, it’s 42 in Chicago and we’re bundled inside, but a girl can dream... this is my last photo of Punta Mita spam and was our favorite little jungle beach nook fittingly called, La Lola 🌺✨
We wouldn't mind to get teleported to this beach right now 😍
When you live on an island that mainly consist of rocks, sand, silver grass and dried rivers THIS is magical. Small green stars blossoming on grey bushes. It is all about appreciating and notice the details... A throwback to the cave life at La Gomera.
Stop 2: Brussels! Blog post forthcoming on fun facts about Belgian history, but here’s one: this photo is of one of the two original remaining buildings in the market square. All the others were destroyed by Louis XIV, though the intended target was one of the two that survived. Yay French military?
@vincelimphoto Morning shore breaks
Sunrise with my buddy @vincenthawaii. Hope you have a great weekend! #oahu#worldtravelfanz