Safari is not only wild animals, but also discover the life of Masai people. So grateful to have an extraordinary time with these mens and womens. Thank you to have opening us your doors, and sharing many things. It’s sure, I will be back again in this village.
💭 FOOD FOR THOUGHT 💭
This picture was captured in the heart of Sadar, which takes us to the topic of what’s been going on in the city recently. As you all must be aware of the anti-encroachment drive that is taking place, we could not help but express how confused we feel about this matter. Where a city’s constant restoration is necessary; maintaining its culture, identity and personality is equally important. The most disheartening news was indeed the tearing apart of the local businesses in Sadar without any alternate space allocated to them. It was these small local vendors and roadside shopkeepers dotted across the streets that made Sadar what it is. The constant hustle and bustle of the stalls, the tiny markets and bazaars, and the little shops definitely were some of the most endearing characteristics of Sadar. Not to forget, thousands of them have now lost their livelihoods due to this campaign. What do you guys think? Is the anti-encroachment drive good for the city or is it causing more harm than benefit?
Hooked on my new shoes: now I realise I always wanna have the proper gear for the season 🌬
#sponsored#shoes@merrellnordics / Olen aktiivinen (luonnossa) liikkuja, mutta eipä mulla ole ollut kunnon kenkiä syksyllä/talvella ulos kävelyyn sitten vuosien. Välimeren etelän hetelmänä meni pitkä tovi jolloin en moisia tarvinnut. Kun sitten sain hyvä haltija Merrelliltä nämä purplet, suojelen niitä nyt niin etten uskalla edes salin aulaan jättää 😂 Aidosti ihan huiput; en osais enää ilman kulkea. Tosi hyvä rapsutella mutta ok:lta näyttää sitten vaikka kaupungillakin. Ainakin minä ilkeen! 🙋♀️
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Tirta Gangga water palace is a maze of pools and fountains surrounded by a lush garden and stone carvings and statues. The one hectare complex was built in 1946 by the late King of Karangsem but was destroyed almost entirely by the eruption of nearby Mount Agung in 1963. It has been lovingly re-built and restored and has an air of authentic royal magnificence.
The centrepiece of the palace is an eleven tiered fountain and there are many beautiful carvings and statues adorning the gardens.
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Throwing it back to calmer scenes this weekend. Currently attempting to change my name by deed poll after crying in the passport office 🤣. 3 lessons learnt:
1) middle names DO matter
2) don’t try and get a new passport 10 days before your honeymoon
3) it’s worryingly easy to change your name 😂🤦🏼♀️🤷♀️
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Mencintaimu serupa air laut. Pasang surut akan selalu ada, namun air laut tidak pernah berubah rasa ❤
The city palace in Udaipur was beautiful dispite the clean up still going on from the bollywood wedding. The one that Beyonce was performing at the night before! Check out my story! We did enjoy the free gig too. I'm writing this while we are stuck in traffic while heading to our hostel in Mumbai, it can be the worst sometimes. We are however very excited to see Mumbai. Ben even wants to try see if we can be an extra for a bollywood film, we will see 🙈🎶
Walking on the path surrounded by the beautiful scenery to Hooker valley at the late evening. Had a blast exploring the South Island during the last weeks with new friends. New Zealand is by far the most beautiful country I had the chance to visit so far 💙 thanks to my Canadian buddy boy for this shot @braybraywoowoo