Kolejny numer Magazynu Więcej powoli się tworzy. W tajemnicy Wam zdradzę, że tematem przewodnim będzie "kobieta". Niezwykle piękny temat, prawda?
I teraz przychodzę do Was z pytaniem: z czym kojarzy Wam się kobieta? Jakie słowa klucze Wam się nasuwają?
Najpiękniejsze wypowiedzi zostaną opublikowane w Magazynie!
Dla mnie kobieta to siła, radość, niezłomność, miłość, wsparcie, inspiracja i motywacja, ale również kompleksy i wątpienie w siebie. .
Had a great trip through the Milford Sound Fjords with @mitrepeakcruises. Some of the most stunning scenery in the world!
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As I cycled through Sumatra, I spent a night camping with some university students. Half of the boys were Christian, half were Muslim. These boys were best of friends. They could not understand why there are problems in the world between people of different faiths and beliefs. In countries like Iran, Turkey, Malaysia and Indonesia I was welcomed and encouraged to sleep in mosques, prayer rooms or the homes of Muslims. As a non-Muslim travelling in an Islamic Country, the doors of a mosque were open to me. A mosque was considered a home for the homeless. The fact I was a non-Muslim mattered not. Last week, hundreds of people were targeted and fifty were slaughtered in or around mosques because of their beliefs and skin colour. They were slaughtered in their peaceful place of worship. Because this appalling act of terrorism happened in a ‘safe’ western country like my beloved New Zealand, it will dominate the news for weeks. If it happened in Afghanistan, Iraq or Mali, it would barely get a mention beyond the weekend. Old news. The weekend footy results, injures and suspensions would be far more news worthy. Let’s not allow these atrocities to drive people of different beliefs further apart. Let’s stand together and let the world know that this is not the way we want the world to be. Let’s embrace people of different cultures and ways of life. Let’s be more understanding and tolerant of other beliefs. The more time we spend in other countries, learning about different cultures and ways of life, the more we open our own minds and hearts. To the Islamic Community of Christchurch, New Zealand and the world as a whole, my heart is broken. I’m so sorry for what has happened in Aotearoa. As-salāmu ʿalaykum. Peace be upon you. Kia Kaha #ig_newzealand#newzealandvacations#newzealandguide#kiwi_photos#kiwipics#majestic_earth#splendid_earth#wildernessculture#earthfocus#fantastic_earth#earthpix#welivetoexplore#theglobewanderer#eclectic_shotz#awesomeglobe#nz#newzealand#earthpixnz#explorenz#purenewzealand#nikon#nikonphotography#newzealandguide#travelnewzealand#nature#christchurchshooting#christchurch#travelphoto#bestnewzealand#thisisnotus
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Well, today was sweet. Mike’s first helicopter ride and they land on a glacier. The Franz Josef heli hike was just stunning albeit not for the fainthearted. This glacier is one of 3 in the world that run into a rainforest below. It’s also one of the fastest moving glaciers at approximately 1m per day in the lower part, 3-4m per day up above. I have no idea how we lucked out with such a day.... but I’m sure as shit glad we did. Just wow. @franzjosefglacierguides
| Our first 24 hours in Queenstown did not disappoint |
Its always been on my bucket list to hike Roys Peak at sunrise, so during our two week stay in New Zealand, we had plans to book an AirBnB in Wanaka, go to bed at 8 PM, and head for the trailhead around 4 AM. Unfortunately, the weather forecast was showing rain for the entire week we were in South Island except for the night we landed...😫. Our flight landed in Queenstown at 8 PM, we grabbed some food @fergburger_queenstown, and drove over an hour in the dark to Wanaka. We got to the parking lot at midnight and “napped” until 3 AM when we began the steep hike up Roys Peak. In the span of 2 hours, we went from freezing at the start of our climb, to shedding layers as we reached the top, and freezing again at the summit as we waited over an hour for the sun to rise. Even though we couldn’t feel our hands when the day’s first light came over the mountains, this was one of the most magical moments on our trip. Its crazy how quickly the light and colors can change during sunrise - these two photos were taken minutes apart, the skies changing from purples and pinke to a warm orange. After our hike, we immediately headed back to Queenstown to pay another visit to our favorite @Fergburger_queenstown ☺️🍔
The hike up to Ben Lomond is more of a mental challenge than anything else. It’s a matter of constantly putting one foot in front of another up a consistently steep trail first through thick forest then along an unshaded and open track. Once you finally reach the saddle, the mountains stretch out in front of you and with renewed energy you take on the final climb up to the summit. Rocks crumble underfoot and tumble away down the mountain mere inches from your foot as you steadily climb. Then, finally, you summit 1748m and dang it’s a good feeling. || #JanzDownUnder#JanzOnAHike
I spent this weekend away from family and out in nature with a close friend despite how much Friday’s events hurt my heart. It was as I walked the Tongariro crossing and my legs started to become sore I paused and thought “These legs of mine are legs that someone right now in this world wished they had, there is also someone who wished they had my eyesight and my perfect lungs in order to do the things I do”. There was no difficulty about walking just over 19km’s in 6 hours, only gratitude that I could walk it with the ease that I did. It is only when we start holding onto gratitude and hope that the hurt and pain becomes lighter in our bodies and what sits on our heart. I encourage you to take a moment today to truly think about three things you are grateful for 💛
5 1964 hours ago
Standing on the Queenstown skyline deck, looking at the bungee jumpers. Meanwhile wondering if I’ll ever, EVER do the same thing. 😂 I’ve skydived before but there seems to be something about jumping off a ledge that makes me have doubts, haha. What do you think? Would you bungee jump or have you done it?
1 274 hours ago
▪ the future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams 💫
This is one of the amazing views you get when doing the famous Tongariro Alpine Crossing in New Zealand 😍
Only if you take a very close look, you can spot what every photographer is trying to hide so badly... crowds of people on the picture. 😬 Participating on this trek almost feels like a whole nation is hiking with you.
But its popularity has two very good reasons:
1️⃣ It has breathtaking views of a volcano mostly known as Mt. Doom and beautiful Esmerald Lakes surrounded by sulphur steam.
2️⃣ Who doesn’t want to proof the lord of the rings saying wrong, which says: „One does not simply walk into Mordor“. 😜
Picture of Mount Doom coming soon 🌋
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Definitely worth a visit is the Waiotapu geothermal park on the North Island of New Zealand 🌋💦
Among a huge geyser that is erupting once a day and mud pool, there is this fascinating massive lake called the champagne pool. Can you guess how it came to this label? 😃
To be honest it’s a bit dirty... since the lake is permanently emitting a hot smelly gaseous mixture of greenhouse gases such as CO2, CH4 and many other small components.
Since the water is super saturated with arsenic sulfide and antimony sulfide, it creates the wonderful orange colouring of the surface. 🧡
Although nice to look at I wouldn’t recommend to take a swim in this 75 degree Celsius hot chemical cocktail. 🍾
106 63218 March, 2019
On the road to Mount Cook🏔
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14 1,87515 March, 2019
Well uhh when you see windshield wipers going off on a bright sunshine day you know that driver is American or Tessa! Driving on the other side is a little confusing!
I’m definitely going to plan a trip to NZ South Island. Who wants to go to New Zealand! Raise your hand 🤚🏼
Feeling a tad bit mischievous today? Is your cheeky character a key to your survival in this world? Then perhaps you can relate to the world's only alpine parrot...New Zealand's Cheeky Kea - the 'clown of the mountains!'
Claimed by some to be the world's most intelligent bird, this curious creature will happily search your backpack or fly away with unguarded items such as your clothes. These amusing but potentially annoying characters were even reported to have taken a tourist's passport in Fiordland National Park!
On this day, this naughty little bird chose instead to vandalize my rental car. He is on the endangered species list so I simply had to let it fly! 😁
*Cheeky Kea, Nestor notabilis, Milford Road, Darran Mountains, Fiordland National Park, Fiordland, South Island, New Zealand.