I was drinking a coffee from a waterbottle when this picture was taken. There was no to go cups at the hostel, so I filled a waterbottle and went on my way. I was offered the coffee after being the translator between a hostel worker who spoke English/Italian and a French woman. It even came with soymilk!
Make sure you put a sock around the waterbottle so you don't get burned.
every time i reminisce about italy, it reminds me of what a rollercoaster it was during my time there...
in the span of 4 cities -
i got so sick for a majority of the time i ended up spending $400 to be seen by a doctor, it down-poured for our main day in venice - including our gondola ride (not pictured here!) and everyone kept getting attacked by pigeons...
BUT, even though it wasn’t as perfect as one would expect - its hard not adore this country and all those hurdles led me to find one of my favourite spots in florence!
when it comes to travel - you just gotta take the good with the bad💌🍝
13 5733 May, 2020
Can you imagine rolling out of the tent to some views like this?🤯🏔 Tag a friend you’re taking to New Zealand when this is all over with! 🇳🇿 ⛺️
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The Dolomites are one of the best places you can visit in Italy, and the Tre Cime di Lavaredo are one of its most popular highlights.
However, there is much more to see other than the main Instagram spots.
That's why we are currently working on an incredible Dolomites bucket list that includes over 25 places, with maps, detailed information and images from some of our favourites content creators!
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When hiking this trail, I really understood why I love solo travel so much. Solo travel allows you to do whatever you want whenever you want without any stress of having someone else to make decisions with. This also was the hike I decided I wanted to go to Egypt and just booked a ticket that night.
If you haven’t tried solo travel, you should. Three things I always hear people say: it’s expensive, it’s dangerous and it’s lonely. All of these ideas are wrong. If you want to know more, I can connect you with someone who is similar to you (gender, age, etc.) who will tell you the same thing.
Walking through Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon in the American Southwest. This canyon was formed by erosion of Navajo Sandstone, due to flash flooding as well as other sub-aerial processes!
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