Lorsque vous entendez des voix crier : « Aguaje ! Aguaje ! Aguajina ! Aguaje ! », vous êtes arrivé en Amazonie 😅 L'Aguaje est un fruit d’ici que l'on mange une fois cuit à la vapeur ou dont on fait du jus et des glaces. Il est constitué d'une couche de toutes petites écailles et d'un gros noyau. Je dirai que ça a un petit goût de beurre 😋 mais un français m’a dit que ça avait plutôt le goût d’un légume bizarre 🤦🏻♀️ .
Ah... ces français ! Juste derrière mon délicieux Aguaje se trouve la Maison en Fer. Elle a été conçue par Gustave Eiffel en 1887 et exposée à l’Exposition Universelle de Paris. Elle a été construite puis transportée en pièces détachées à Iquitos.
Misha was sooooo annoyed with me when I took this photo but it’s one of my fav photos of him so I love it anyway 😂😂 last year around this time, we got to spend 3 weeks touring around Italy and Greece. This photo was taken in Florence on a day where we were finally able to enjoy some sun along with the beautiful views. Misha always tells me that I’ve helped to “show him the world” because I love traveling so much and started dragging him along with me 😂 I don’t think he had any idea what was in store for him when he started dating me #travel#florence#italy#wanderlust
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Julia Jacklin at the Metro Theater last night. Up next: real talk.
One of the many reasons I'm happy to be from Southern California is because when I watch movies and TV I can often recognize the filming locations. I don't mean downtown LA, I mean random pawn shops and street corners that I know. And it reminds me of home and makes me feel home on the other side of the world.
This song, Hay Plain, mentions a random street that I take to work every single day. And it gives me the same feeling and makes me feel more at home here in Sydney. And also makes me think of home.
Textures. Levels. Mu Cang Chai 🇻🇳 I could describe how miserable the next 30min to an hour was after this picture was taken, trying to moped back to my hotel in POURING rain. Just a part of the experience. Which myself and my clothes fully absorbed. Took 3 days for me to get that sunset picture because every other day, like this one, was cloudy and rainy. (Check the crazy river)