C O C O
Have you watched it? I just came back from the cinema. I have developed a personal attachment to Coco!
If you have not watched it, don’t worry I’m not going to be a spoiler. Watch it for yourself.
Out of all the Spanish movies (not many to be honest) I’ve watched, Coco tops it all.
Simply because the entire movie was made based on real Mexican family values and Did De Los Muertos. Mexicans are very family oriented. The love gathering together every weekend to have a family meal, to enjoy the presence and love of each family member, from the eldest to the youngest in the family.
Having witnessed and learned a lot about Did De Los Muertos and experiencing traditional Mexican family values, I’m able to relate to the everything that was depicted in the movie. Mind you, I watched it in Spanish, without subtitles and I just want to say, it won’t be the same experience watching it in English.
If you have the chance to find the Spanish version, watch it! No, you don’t need subtitles. Because language is merely sounds that we make to communicate with each other. Listen intently, you will be able to understand. You’re welcome!
There is so much history in our country , only when one is on the road and takes that little known detour is then presented with snippet of history which for those few moments makes the past come alive ...
Visual from when i was wanderin through the royal palace grounds of the rulers of the Sawantwadi , a region bordering the state of Goa ... *
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Pohutu Geyser erupting + some other shots of the Te Puia Geothermal Park. If you're ever in Rotorua and think what is that smell? Well it's the rotting eggs kind of smell caused by all the sulphuric geothermal/volcanic activity in the area. I loved Rotorua but just an fyi if you're visiting, you'll likely get sick of the smell too haha.😅 Swipe right for video!👉
NZ Day 11 - Stop 2 in Rotorua: Te Puia! A geothermal valley. :) This was when the Pohutu Geyser was erupting and we got drenched lmao.😅😂👌 The Pohutu Geyser erupts twice an hour and can reach heights of 30 metres!
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NZ Day 11 - First stop, Rainbow Springs Nature Park.🐦🦅🐉 Lots of pretty birds and NZ animals. I really enjoyed learning about them all.💙
1-2. Some pretty sleeping pastel birds.🐦🐤
3. This bird was hilarious because as a mimicking bird- it had learned how to imitate several variations of voices, male and female to perfection. And most impressively, it mimicked the click sound of a camera going off. Completely indistinguishable from the real thing!📸😂
4-5. Kiwi birds. I most enjoyed learning about kiwis. It's odd because they're almost more of a mammal than a bird. They're such cute little animals to watch scurrying about.
6. Tuatara - a three-eyed NZ native lizard.🦎
7. Moa - A giant extinct NZ bird. It's sad hearing how these giant animals went extinct. Basically they had a very calm, non-violent nature and physically weren't equipped with many defensive things like talons. This made them a lovely animal but very easy prey for humans and animals (like giant predatory birds). 8-9. Kereru - or as I affectionately nick-named them: fat singlet bird. LOL. These were one of my favourites to see. They're one of the world's biggest pigeons. They're huge!
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