"Travel has always held a near and dear place in my heart simply because of the people you meet. Learning how to travel is so individual to you and the experiences are all fresh. Being able to roll with the punches and being OK with the newness is so important. Since I travel so much for work I have certain things I love for when I fly. Places I love for when it comes to sleep. Got to have a place near by with good coffee. All things you pick up but nothing matters more then when you travel with purpose. To see a new smile!" – @jontaylorsweet from the story "Travel: What I Have Learned" ❤️❤️
What has travel taught you?
🇬🇧: When I was a student my goal was to study (as less as possible) to achieve good marks and a good preparation for the future.
Meanwhile I was practicing ballet, in a lot of pain, with the aim to pass exams and maybe make it to become something more than a passion.
After university, once I came to Kenya, I was practicing my profession of nurse hoping to help the patients and the hospital and feel satisfied.
But what happens when there isn't a job or an activity to define your purpose?
What happens when you have to find your purpose in yourself?
I can't give you an answer cause I'm still looking for my own purpose, but whichever it will be I hope it will make happy me and all the people I'll meet along my life...or maybe I would like that my purpose could be exactly this: being a contagious carrier of smiles! 😁😁😁😁
Quando ero una studente il mio obiettivo era studiare (il meno possibile) per ottenere buoni voti e una buona preparazione per il futuro.
Nel frattempo praticavo danza, tra mille sofferenze, con lo scopo di superare esami e magari poterla trasformare in più che una passione.
Finita l'università e una volta arrivata in Kenya praticavo la mia professione di infermiera con lo scopo di aiutare i pazienti e l'ospedale e sentirmi appagata.
Ma cosa succede quando non c'è un lavoro o un'attività a definire il tuo scopo?
Cosa succede quando il tuo scopo lo devi trovare dentro te stessa?
Non so darvi una risposta perchè il mio vero scopo lo sto ancora cercando, ma qualunque sia spero renderà felice me e le persone che incontrerò lungo la mia vita...o forse vorrei che il mio scopo fosse proprio questo: essere una portatrice contagiosa di sorrisi! 🤪🤪
. #danceforpurpose#danceforpurpose2019 @dance4purpose
😂😂 you know that "dance for you" song by beyonce? Yes! Yes. That one .
where ... she dances. I've always wanted to learn the routine and in my head I always kill it! .
Also in my head I know I'd probably burst out laughing cause even pulling off a sexy look is a problem for me 🙈 case and point this pic
We went trail hunting the other day with the talented @avidclicks and he got this awesome shots😍
While I Edited 🥳
Honestly what's not to love about Tigoni Community? @itssokenya@fourpointsnbo
Pick Us!!! Pick Us 🙈🥳 .
And it rained Servals during the tour. We saw not one, not two but 4 different individuals in Masai Mara. We spent a good amount of time with this one, as it basked in the evening Sun, stretched itself, walked around for a bit and settled again in the tall grass. Another blissful evening in the Mara
Our first evening in Masai Mara turned out to be overcast, eventually leading to really heavy showers. As the weather forecast showed more rain over the coming days, this session with the Ronkai pride gave us a reason to smile. The pride had taken down zebra and hidden the kill in a bush. As they took turns feeding, the cubs showed off their playful antics with the doting females. Here's one of the many many interactions from that evening.
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Poling through the mangrove forests of Gazi bay along the southern Kenya Coastline. Home to loads of different bird and fish species, this forest is among an elite few left along the East African coastline. With increasing demand for firewood, mangrove forests are being depleted at a rate of 3x average world forest reserves.
Paradise for wildlife photographers as well as wildlife enthusiasts like me.
We took a flight from Mumbai and arrived at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Nairobi, by road went to another small airport Wilson Airport - from there took a small charter flight (18 seater) and landed on Olkiombo Airstrip, Mara Interpids - in middle of the grasslands,in the heart of Masai Mara national reserve.
We checked in at Mara Intrepids - Maasai Mara a luxurious tented camp on banks of Talek River.
4 days and we had an opportunity to go in wild for 6 times and each time the sightings got better and better.
Best moment seeing kabir clicking pics from his Canon point and shoot camera - WOW moment !
Amazing short trip with sightings of Lion, Leopard, Cheetahs, Hyenas, Giraffes, Wildebeest, Zebras, Baboons, Crocodiles, Hippos, Elands, Topi, Elephants, ostrich, Gazelle s, imphalas, pumbas - entire Lion king came alive for Kabir and us too!