Lunch break is the perfect time for relaxing and connecting with people around good food. Today, I had a delicious japanese meal. A yukiniku bento. It was out of this world! 🎆 🎉 I will try another one very soon for sure...☺️
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¡CONSEJO! ¿Cuál es la mejor época para hacer un crucero por Asia ⛩? En la mayor parte del Sudeste Asiático hace calor y humedad durante todo el año. La mejor época para hacer un crucero es entre noviembre y febrero, ya que es cuando las temperaturas no son tan altas y menos llueve.
Never been happier at 6am 🌝
At the entrance of the 12th century Bayon Complex - the mesmerising, slightly mind-bending, state temple of Jayavarman VII.
Said to be the largest religious monument in the world. Also, it has a lot of monkeys. 🐒
Come and visit the land of Genghis Khan .🇲🇳
Deer stones are unique monuments dating to the
Bronze Age and the Early Iron Age that are found mostly in Mongolia and in some Central Asian countries. .
The Bronze Age funeral practice, sacrificial ritual and ideology and animal style art, which were spread among ancient nomads, are all together represented through deer stones.
Wish I could live where warm and sunny days never end☀️ Wearing everyday cute little dresses and being happy all the time! But for now, I have to live through the crazy weather in Greece⛅️☀️🌧⛈
Who else would like to move somewhere warm and sunny with me? (country suggestions are also welcome)🙈
Hiked all around elephant mountain one morning not long ago. Maybe hike isn't the right word since it was mostly stairs 🤣 I got to see this beauty from so many places on my short visit to Taipei. I just wrote about my favorite East Asian layovers. Take a gander. The link is in my story. Has a layover ever been better than you expected?
“Those who live in the shelter of the Most High will find rest in the shadow of the Almighty.” Psalms 91:1
A blessed Lent to all! 🙏🏻❤️
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Inspired by the Minimalism exhibition over at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore 🖤 It had a bunch of cool exhibits, including a Technicolor maze, and the obligatory black circle on a white background, but this one painted in the most intensely black colour ever created. It was like staring into space just minus the stars ⚫️ Are you a fan of the minimalist aesthetic, or are you more of a lover of detail? 🤓
Brand new on the blog, retracing my ancestral roots to Osian, a town near Jodhpur, where it is believed the Oshwal community had its beginnings.
Osian, according to historical records, is said to have founded by Utpaladeva, a Rajput Prince belonging to the Pratihara Dynasty.
How the Oshwal community came to existence in Osian has several myths and one of them is that King Utpaladeva and his minister Uhad received some guidance from an Acharya, called Acharya Shree Ratna Prabha Suri, to convert to Jainism.
The king, his minister and more than one thousand Rajput soldiers gave up alcohol and meat and adopted Jainism as a result and were named the Oshwal/Oswal Gaccha by the Acharya, forming a new Jain Corps and the community that forms my cultural heritage today.
Ijen Volcano, Java, Indonesia 🇮🇩🇮🇩 .
EN: After a few hours of night trekking and over 3,000 meters of attitude... the feeling is of pure happiness and gratitude with such beauty and peace! #trekking#nightHiking#Volcano .
PT: Depois de algumas horas de trekking noturno e mais de 3 mil metros de atitude... a sensação é de pura felicidade e gratidão com tamanha beleza e paz! #Indonesia#Vulcao#beautifulasia