Met my long lost brother last week at Dublin zoo. Tbh I really felt sorry for it and kind of feel guilty for going to a zoo seeing it looking so sad. It should be free but I understand it's an endangered animal as well. Poor wee guy. 🇮🇪🐵🦍🦓🦁🐯🦏🐊🐢🇮🇪
This Idiazabal Cheese Risotto with Mushrooms and
Cod Chunk with Poached Onion and Gernika Green Pepper (and let’s not forget their Sangria) were sooo good, I had to have them every single day.🙂🙂🙂 #pintxos
5 903 days ago
Flat lay. Literally layed flat in bed after this.🤰🏻🐖🐳🐡
After an excruciatingly slow 11-hour train ride from Lisbon, a 20-minute hike on cobblestone streets with our luggages, no sleep, barely ate, no shower, no bihis, no regrets!🙅🏻♀️ Went straight to the closest bar, had our very first Pintxos experience and the rest was history.💓💘💞
Let me show you my second favorite place in the world, the land of delicious small plates, ciders, lazy beach days, beautiful old buildings and gorgeous sunsets...San Sebastian.❤️❤️❤️
It was a toss up between Santorini or San Sebastian for the second spot on my list but ultimately, the latter won and don’t ask me to explain why (It’s a feeling only felt😂).
The more important question is...how soon can we go back?😍
6 1246 days ago
Album dropping soon on SoundCloud.👨🏽🎤🤳🏼🧖🏻♂️💣💯🔐🔨💰📀💵🚗🛳🛩🧯🔥☄️💦 ☄️💧👀💵 (On another note, how beautiful are these colors created by the cathedral’s stained glass window?😍)
4 296 days ago
First meals in a new place should always look like this.👀👅💦 #pintxos
I love the faded, washed out, beauty of the Sassi di Matera! A maze of walkways, stairwells and buildings and packed full of friendly and wonderful people on each route. There’s very little and quite a bit to do there all at the same time. If you ever get a chance- go!
My grandparents hometown, Pietrapertosa, Potenza, Italy in the southern Basilicata Region. I recently had this photo developed for myself and my Nonna and it was cool for her to look at the rooftops and remember what some of the places were❤️. I’d love to go back very soon and visit my 101 year old great great aunty, but of course, times ticking. I have posted this before, but had some great luck with editing out some green scaffolding that Was really quite an eye sore!
Everyone that I spoke to about coming to Venice told me that it's so touristy and busy and that is true, the Rialto bridge is full of people. However if you walk away from the grand canal most of the streets have so few people you can take photos and enjoy Venice without the huge crowds. 💛
Have you been to Venice?