with a blanket of cold gust around. and snow covered smile. you. will always be my muse. cuddling with puppies and lillies. walking around in circles in squares and churches. you. will always be my muse. across lakes and rivers. and castles of royalty. in blue phone booths and red ones too. you. will always be my muse. mater to my elegist self. oneirik. you. london. will always be my muse.
Sometimes all you need is a moment to yourself to appreciate an incredible view, give thanks for the things you are able to experience and check in with your gratitude 🙏🏼
Of the countries we have visited in the last 4 months we have encountered so many locals who can not afford to travel within their own country never mind outside of it. It is a dream to them and yet they recount to us with such pride the many people they have met who have been travelling through their part of this beautiful world. In India at most major sites (forts, palaces etc) foreigners are charged a significantly higher price than locals or others from SAARC countries. I’ve had many debates, discussions and conversations about this and most travellers I have met have been disgruntled, annoyed or even just a little pissed off that they are paying so much more than the locals. Me? I am happy to pay the foreigners price - literally the most we’ve paid was £15 to see the flipping Taj Mahal - and even happier that locals can visit sites relating to their history, culture and heritage at a discounted price, thereby making it more accessible. Frankly as far as I’m concerned it should be free to them. .
Ethical travel is the responsibility of all of us and we should have these debates and discussions regularly in order to make us more conscious and aware of the complete privilege we have to be able to travel as we do. Travel isn’t a right - it’s a luxury and something we should ever take for granted.
What a cute little house we found when were driving around Rutland - the smallest historic county in England 🏡
I’ve had an amazing week with lots of sleep, sun bathing, swimming and eating. Even though I would love to stay longer in such a beautiful country as Mauritius, I can’t wait to get back and start working on my goals for this year 😊 Also, there are many cute cottages still to find in the English countryside!
Cherkasy. Hotel "Slovianskyi" in the sunset rays.
It is also called the Blue Palace.
The building was constructed at the end of the XIX century, designed by the architect Vladyslav Horodetskyi.
The building combines the elements of two main styles of that time: Art Nouveau and pseudo-Gothic.
The palace defines the historical image of this part of Cherkasy.
Готель «Слов’янський» в променях заходу сонця.
Його ще називають Блакитний палац.
Споруда збудована наприкінці ХІХ століття за проектом архітектора Владислава Городецького.
Будівля поєднує в собі елементи двох основних стилів того часу: модерну та псевдоготики.
Палац задає історичний зовнішній вигляд цієї частини Черкас .
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One week of only sunbathing, reading and eating sea food made me realize how important is to take breaks and spend them without checking emails or being on the phone. It felt SO good! I also realized I would like to live somewhere warm and by the sea 🏝 Maybe one day in the future... But for now here is another find of a pretty country house. Hambleton Hall hotel is located in the middle of Rutland and has beautiful gardens and amazing views over Rutland Water. Looks like a perfect place for a quiet retreat 😊
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