We caught the second of our films at Seattle’s queer film festival The Heiresses, Paraguay’s Oscars submission for Oscars’ foreign language award. The film is a lovely portrait of how money and time cannot complete a person. Ana Brun provides a tremendous, personal encounter with a woman rediscovering independence when her partner’s lifestyle is wrenched from their pedestal. An artist long acquainted with financial comfort, the gradual selling off of furniture, sudden taxiing is her elderly neighbors, and the influx of prison visitation life grounds Braun’s character as flirtations with a younger woman help her rebuild. The depth of her financial disappointment is unerring on Brun’s face. She must be broken down before she begins anew. The Heiresses considers the loss of individuality and the autonomy that can be reclaimed .
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I did it. I rode a bicycle along death road and I did not injur myself. I'm hard core.
Evidential pics of the ride to come in next 24 hours...
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Sin duda Torres del Paine es un lugar Mágico 🙌🏻 Con las pilas más que recargadas después de tremendo viaje junto al equipo de @tumejorhuellacl ! Es importante destacar que debemos cuidar nuestros parques nacionales. Esos árboles que se ven ahí, quemados, son producto de los incendios que han ocurrido... Sabias que para recuperarse tardarán más de 100 años? 😲
7 677 hours ago
One of my favorite parts about Peru was the llamas! How cute and fluffy are they?!
12 1722 days ago
At first I thought it looked like stadium seating, but the levels were uses for different crops. Also check out the crazy glaciers in the background!⠀
7 2163 days ago
Just casually swimming with the Penguins, Sea Lions and Iguanas in the Galapagos. What did you do this week? #southamerica
Music thanks to bensound.com
7 763 days ago
Loving this view of the Salt Mines in the Sacred Valley! The day trip was so worth it!⠀
10 1654 days ago
Enjoying the Sacred Valley with my dad
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Soaking up the sun in Cusco at this adorable cafe. Where did you get to have coffee this morning?⠀
8 1523:51 PM Oct 5, 2018
Here in Cusco and I’m ready to explore!
10 15410:15 PM Oct 3, 2018
Enjoying the magic 🌠⠀
8 2071:19 PM Oct 2, 2018
The Inca Trail is Machu Picchu is a life changing experience.
11 21212:46 PM Sep 28, 2018
Standing over the valley of the Urubamba River. Nothing to complain about here! (except that I could really use a hot shower)
12 2123:27 PM Sep 27, 2018
Winay Wayna 🔜 Machu Picchu ~ Check out the link in my bio for my blog about hiking the Inca Trail
6 1674:46 PM Sep 26, 2018
One of the best parts about camping in Peru is the llamas!
10 1894:27 PM Sep 25, 2018
Dead Woman’s Pass is 13,779 feet, the highest point on the Inca Trail. Isn’t that such an unfortunate name?!
5 1951:43 PM Sep 24, 2018
Day 2 was by far the most strenuous day because you have to hike up two large passes! In between I took this amazing picture and it was all worth it 💁⠀
8 1744:07 PM Sep 22, 2018
This is one of my favorite pictures from the Inca Trail because my dad always said it was a spiritual journey 💙⠀
5 2023:07 PM Sep 21, 2018
The Inca Trail at Machu Picchu is a life changing experience. Don’t call me dramatic, do the trek and decide for yourself!⠀
This picture was taken on the second day of the Inca Trail where we were hiking above the clouds! My new blog about my adventure on the Inca trail can be found in the link in my bio.⠀
Bom Dia Brasil! 🇧🇷I cant really believe it, but we’ve been almost a month here in Brasil. Time flies when you’re having a good time right? 💃🏼 Here’s my first photo from our South American journey. It’s from Itatiaia National park in the state of Rio De Janeiro. Itatiaia is the oldest National Park in Brasil established in 1937. There’s a low part with lush Atlantic rain forest full of rivers and waterfalls and the high part with the fifth highest mountain in Brasil (2878m). We’ve been exploring the lower parts, swimming in cool pools and spotting birds. If the weather will clear up, we might still go hiking up to the high part! ⛰