"Few minutes drive on a scenic road from Kanchanabury, the Wat Tham Suea combines Chinese and Buddhist architecture styles. Surrounded by the green rice fields during the raining season the view is one of the famous highlights of the region." By @pash.c
Один из моих любимых фильмов 'ТРОПЫ' (TRACKS)
Это просто визуальный оргазм.
Восхищаюсь главной героиней: пройти через всю Австралию в одиночку, не считая верной собаки и семейства верблюдов. После любого путешествия ты - уже не ты, а что говорить об этом.
А есть в вашей жизни кто-то, кем вы восхищаетесь?
To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all. - Oscar Wilde. I seriously want to change this and help as many people as I can in my life to find fullness of life. Why only live [email protected] weekend when you can live everyday! PS this is an old photo from last year, I have loads of new photos I’m currently editing and will be working into my feed soon.
Nagashi sōmen ↝↝↝ flowing noodles at Kifune, Kyoto. Japanese summer means zarusoba #ざるそば (cold noodles that you dip into a sauce called tsuyu briefly before eating them), and today we tried a special way to eat them: through a "bamboo pipe". The nagashi sōmen is a summer tradition in Japan, well known by the locals and start to gain popularity between the tourists. #Kifune was weirdly packed with Chinese tourists and surely wasn't the easiest trip from Kyoto, but even with the queue it was truly worth it!! ... Nagashi sōmen ↝↝↝ fideos escurridizos en Kifune, Kyoto. El verano japonés no se puede concebir sin los zarusoba, unos fideos fríos que se deben mojar en una salsa llamada tsuyu antes de comerlos. Hoy hemos ido hasta este pueblecito encima de Kyoto para comerlos de una forma diferente: atrapándolos en una corriente a través de una caña de bambú!
Está forma de comerlos se llama "nagashi sōmen" y aunque es bastante conocida entre los japoneses, se está empezando a conocer ahora entre los turistas del país. Y aunque el sitio está bastante alejado del centro turístico de Kyoto, hemos tenido que hacer algo de cola para comerlos... No tengo queja, ha sido súper divertido y vale muchísimo la pena probarlo!
Thank you for the hospitality, nice country and nice City as well.
For you guys, I recommend you to come here even only 1 time, absolutely awesome. ======================================
Terima kasih Barcelona,
Banyak hal yang bisa di dapat, di undang ke @casabatllo , dapat host dari @couchsurfing selama di Barcelona, ketemu temen @oliverbenns@yianni_del_mar hange out bareng meskipun tak banyak waktu, what a lucky I am.
Btw buat kalian yg ingin backpacker-an ke Barcelona mending pakai couchsurfing, jika banyak barang, di City Center ada locker baggage yang aman dan cukup murah, Jd kalian gak usah ribet bawa tas gede atau koper saat pergi explore, jarak dari bandara ke City Center cukup lumayan jauh, Jd gunakan bus semacam Damri ke Catalunya (City Center), semuanya mudah dan gampang guys.
Tertarik mencoba? Buat Itinerary dan go.
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The Hin Lad temple and waterfall are not for the faint of heart! This small temple is in the middle of nature and we thought the waterfall was close but turns out the only way to reach it is a 1 hour hike through the Jungle 🍃 there is no pathway and we must admit the humid weather and the snake we saw, made our hike hard to bear but at the end, although the waterfall is nothing special, we were happy to have made it and we got the chance to breathe some clean air 🌬
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xploring the castle of Gjirokastër in southern Albania. A citadel has been on this site since before the 12th century. Ali Pasha added extensively to the castle in the early 1800’s, King Zog expanded the prison in the early 1900’s, and political prisoners were held here during Enver Hoxha’s communist regime.
Today it is a UNESCO world heritage site, holds an artillery museum, and hosts the National Folk Festival.
There are unrivaled views of the surrounding valley and the old Ottoman era village, including the artisan’s alley, below the castle.
Q: So what is it you love so much about Romania? A: Well... The cobblestone streets, the rows of gorgeous buildings along them, the countless cafes along the city center, the churches, the castles, the history, the sun playing off all the colors in the village and these fresh pretzels with black salt on almost every corner. All tucked in by the most gorgeous green mountains that photos do no justice. The question should probably be what isn’t there to love about Romania? ❤️
This weekend I’ll be partnering with an amazing service that makes the @sequoiakingsnps more accessible to all!! Head on over to @sequoiashuttle to catch all my Sequoia adventures and get some never-before-seen images from the park😉 •
Have you ever stared down one of these giants??
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On the way to Kennewick, Washington, I stopped at this viewpoint to look at the view of the river. But this was the view behind me as well! 🌲💚
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If I could have just sat here forever in these gardens 😊 ...yeah, still on my gardens binge 😂
Happy summer solstice! May our hearts beam like the brightest sun! Mine surely is 😊 this is the walk back to the student village from my school building - and I'm in awe and gratitude that I study and live on this most beautiful campus 💙
Leaning on each other’s strengths everyday out here 😌
In the insanities of this trip I’m reminded how glad I am I chose my best friend to be with.
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Country #116 Ukraine 🇺🇦! 79 countries to go to #visiteverycountry
Europe has officially 44 countries recognized by UN. 🧐
We have 3 more countries to visit:
Moldova 🇲🇩 San Marino 🇸🇲
Cyprus 🇨🇾 Do you have a favourite country in Europe? Which one and why?🤷♀️😉