I was scrolling through my Icelandic 🇮🇸 pictures while waiting at the airport, and came accross that shot that I had forgotten.
I must say, I have never seen moss being that fluorescent.
That thing must have been contaminated by radioactive spill... Or maybe the sulfur from the local volcanic activities contributes to it?
Views like this prove that material things are truly worthless
2 713 hours ago
feeling so fouled. 🌿
i seriously can’t believe how much love we’ve gotten and how much support @myreyeam + I have been shown since we released our @wakeupandloveyourself tees last night! You guys are amazing and like Myr said there is no movement without all of you! ✨ We are so excited to be spreading a message that will not only help build us up as women, but will also benefit the way we raise our sons and daughters as well. Cheers to waking up and loving ourselves and encouraging our loved ones to do the same! 🥂
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1 1013 hours ago
Next up was our flight to Jakarta. Indonesia has always been on the top of my list of places to go, but I wanted to do more than just hit the tourist hot spots of Bali and the Gili Islands. So we started on the far west of the island of Java and made our way east. We definitely felt like we were off the beaten path as we got a lot of looks everywhere we went. We also got a lot of people asking to take our pictures, but they were always super friendly about it. I loved seeing the every day life of Indonesians as we made our way across Java and on to the island of Bali. As for missed instagramable moments, we walked along the Ridgewalk in Ubud and I didn’t take a single picture, oh well. Pictured above is the sunrise over Mount Bromo on Java, quite the spectacular view, pictures don’t do it justice. The lows of Indonesia was definitely Kuta Beach in Bali, truly the worst place I visited on my entire 9 months of traveling. Just avoid. As for highs, definitely the people. Indonesians were easily the most friendly and thoughtful people I met from any country and it was never “fake” friendliness, I’m looking at you India. People there are genuine and very helpful. (More on that on my next post) I simply loved it there and can’t wait to go back some day.
One of the most iconic buildings in the world – the Sydney Opera House is an architectural masterpiece and vibrant performance space. It became registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007 and while the name implies it as a single performance venue, the building has multiple stages that showcase over 1,500 acts per year!
It's a place where the past shapes the future, where conventions are challenged and cultures are celebrated. 🇦🇺