As I took this I accidentally swallowed a fly. Just a tiny fly, you know the type that get glued to your eyeballs when you’re cycling through the countryside? I coughed the fly back up, and just a few seconds later I sniffed (hay fever problems) and I snorted up a flight. I’m not sure if it was the same fly, can they survive in saliva? But it was atleast one of his buddies. Then everything started running, throat, eyes, nose. The poor bugger came out of my eyeball, and that’s not the first time in my life that’s happened.
Alas, I composed myself. I took so many shots of this exact view I can’t tell you whether this was during the fly being in my throat or after.
This street is on the monopoly board, if I told you it was one of the red properties would you be able to guess it? It goes alongside The Strand and Trafalgar Square. I was shocked when I turned about 20 and learnt that not all Monopoly is the same worldwide. I firstly assumed it was an English game and secondly assumed that everyone played the London version.
Well it turned out it was first invented and published in the US, dating back to 1903. The original form of the current game as we know it was based on areas of Atlantic City in the US. This got me confused at first as I get Atlantic City mixed up with Atlantis and lets be honest, they’re worlds apart. In 1941, the British Secret Intelligence Service had John Waddington Ltd., the licensed manufacturer of the game in the United Kingdom, create a special edition for World War II prisoners of war held by the Nazis. Hidden inside these games were maps, compasses, real money, and other objects useful for escaping. They were distributed to prisoners by British Secret Service–created fake charity groups. #traveltip#wonderfuldestinations#instatraveler#travelandwork#traveljourney#traveligram#goseetheworld#worldtravels#freetrip#placestosee#workhardtravelwell#instatravels#travelrepost#ceomindset#holidaydeals#triparoundtheworld#iamatraveler#tourism#worldplaces#instatravelling#worldingram#opportunity#trip#travelphoto
Lower Emerald Pool Trail at Zion National Park. The views on this trail were amazing. My only regret was not going earlier in the day. It was super congested and from what I understand, it only gets worse throughout the summer.
Flashback to a happy time when I was sailing through Croatia on a pirate ship with my queen, and not coughing my life up! Send help... or home remedies for an aggressive cough 😭
Trying to serve up some serious Game Of Thrones realness in anticipation of the long-awaited finale. I'M NERVOUS!
Second photo is because we love a dress up 😂
And the third photo shows who will sit on the iron throne...
I am like a tree, my leaves may come and go, but my roots will stay the same. Travel far but don't forget where your roots are! Share with somebody that's wearing red today! #wunderdaily
📷 Wonderful nature shot by @hayate555
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I love living in a small town and I know I always will. There are three things that I like most about living in a small town: little pollution and violence, I know almost everyone that I see, and I can live in the country.
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