I would rather keep standing there than to actually go near the water and feel it because sometimes being near to what you love, ruins it's beauty. Well, that is what I feel at least.
Here's the pic from mesmerizing Munnar ( Kerala). I was totally blown by the beauty of this place. When I see Malayalam movies, I see so much greenery and simplicity but more than that I see poems written all over the screen of my TV. What I mean is when I see so much beauty ( Kerala is literally beautiful), I get ideas in my head and I certainly end up writing a poem that is usually about love, rains, nature etc. All of them are positive poems.
When I was in my early 20's, all I could write was about broken heart, sadness and loneliness. I am not saying that they were bad work. In fact I have some of my best work written in those days cz you know, sad poems takes your heart away. But I wanted to write positive hopeful poems too. Still nothing inspired me. Then I saw Munnar and bam! I started writing such poems.
Travel people and see this world has so much to offer.😁😁
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Reposted from @lostitalianos - You probably don't know this but our relationship started as a long-distance one - I was doing a semester in Lisbon and Marcin stayed in Poland to finish his thesis. For a few months we mostly spent our time on Skype or calling each other on Viber (anyone still using this app? 😅). I can't tell you how many times I made my friends angry or almost got hit by a car as I was always looking at the phone screen. It was painful and frustrating and too bad stuff like @bondtouch bracelets didn't exist back then - I can only imagine how much easier and more fun it would have been with these. Has any of you ever been or maybe is now in a long-distance relationship? What are your tricks to make it work? #bondtouch#bondcouples
Today we stayed the night in our car for the very first time 🌈 what an experience, I’m quite curious what it’s gonna be like to stay in here every single day during our South Island tour next month 🥝
Also ... this is the first time you’ll see the two photos my post is made of. If you like those “behind the scene” photos message me or comment and I’ll include them more often 🥰
Julie passed her nursing boards!! She can officially call herself a Registered Nurse!! I knew she would crush it after being a little study monster the past few weeks and I’m so proud of her. Thankfully the little study monster went away and Julie’s back! 👩🏻🎓 And now that her boards are done that means we are back to traveling! We drove through the night and have made it to Texas! We’ll be spending the next week with Zach’s family in Houston while they enjoy spring break. •••••
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💕 Travel couple goals created by @ricgm and @candela.mont ✈️
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We love to share experiences, so we basically travel together. Then, we look forward to sharing with all of you!!
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É isto que gostamos, ir a um novo local e procurar uma nova forma de olhar, uma nova perspetiva que nos faça conhecer a cidade para lá dos pontos turísticos. É vocês são mais de se perderem ou predefinir uma rota? 🌅
Sometimes you realise that the life you are living is not what you expected it to be, what you’ve dreamt about. You feel lost, confused, stuck. You know you want a change, you need a change! But you don't know what or from where to start.
You need to remind yourself how is the life you would like to have, what is your dream, what makes you smile every day.
Sometimes we need to take a step back to move forward. Sometimes we need to disconnect from our lives to be able to connect to it again. To connect with yourself and with the world around you.
If that's how you feel don't worry. Give yourself a break, take some time off to relax and reevaluate your life, your dreams. After that you will be able to identify the changes you need to do in your life to achieve your dream 💙
Are you chasing you’re dreams ? .
Off the beaten path of Bangkok we discovered the most unexpected, tranquil experience that will honestly stick with us for a lifetime 🌿
It wasn’t until we were in the capital that we stumbled across Erawan National Park online, which was 5 hours north. We just knew we had to go, so ditched our current plans and found a way up there - it looked insane! 🏞
5 hours and 2 buses later, we arrived, realising our best bet was to actually stay at the Park for the night. This meant abandoning our (already paid for) hotel back in Bangkok - without hesitation, we rented a tent and set up camp on the river bank 🌲⛺️ We camped the night with no technology, woke up to a beautiful pink sunrise with fog rolling off the mountains, brushed our teeth outside with creepy crawlies, played with lots of puppies, and admired some crazy big ants forming metre long lines, marching into their nests.
The rest of the day was spent hiking up the mountain, climbing rocks and boulders, bathing in the 7 huge tiers of bright blue waterfalls and trenching through rivers.
Erawan Falls, you did not disappoint. One of, if not our favourite moment of travelling Asia.
Is anyone in, or heading to Bangkok? 🇹🇭 We can only recommend visiting this place, but if you experience it for yourself then you will understand why it is so amazing and should be on everyone’s bucket-list! ✨
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We decided to follow the lines going south and head to Puerto Penasco, Mexico, or Rocky Point as they call it in Arizona. This will be our first time crossing the border in an RV with dogs. It is also our first extended trip in our new (well new to us) truck camper! We still have our beloved 32 foot travel trailer, but we also wanted something to be able to move around in more easily. So excited for this adventure!
What a sunset, at 4000m altitude. This was also in Peru at Marcahuasi. It was an amazing view and with some people around, plazing the flute, performing acts and other crazy things!
What was zou highest sunset?
Paris is for lovers ❤️
♡ We love this moment @onewayticketrip created in Paris, France 🇫🇷 (Swipe for the video) 📽 Remember to tag us or use #creativetravelcouples for YOUR chance to be featured!
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This isn’t goodby, it’s see you later. Vietnam, you gave us lots of ups and lots of downs... but isn’t that with all great things? 😅 This country has shown us beauty around every corner, consistently smiling faces and delicious food. We will definitely be back for more!
Train street was an experience. After reading about it we knew we had to check it out, but boy is the experience so much better than everything we read! This alleyway now has cafes along the homes of the people that live there. These cafes are about 3 feet away from the track and is a pretty cool place to enjoy ☕️ or 🍻. However, the train does pass by here a couple times a day during which everyone has to pretty much stand with their backs along the walls. What an adrenaline rush! The train goes by at full speed, horns blaring and you have about 2 feet of clearance from it. Definitely an experience!
TIP: there’s a train at 2:30 in the afternoon that’s always on time. In addition, if you enjoy the rush, you can also stay for the 3:30 train! The rest of the trains are pretty spaced out and we’ve heard can often be delayed.