I’ve had occasion to visit #moscow several times, where there’s always something new to discover, such as #colorful Saint Basil’s Cathedral in Red Square built during the 16th century, just outside the Kremlin. #traveltuesday
The world is getting so small. Young people are mobile; they want to travel around the world. When you travel around the world, you exchange culture, you want to make friends, you want to exchange things. — Jack Ma
Life is not always in pain.Without the ups and downs of the past, there would be no mentality and ability of today. All the best starts with the worst. Maybe life is not what you have achieved, but what you have experienced. Whether it's good or bad, it's all through. We've been moving forward.
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Torre de mitad del SXVIII, torre que albergaba 2 cañones orientados al mar para proteger Almería de los piratas y donde se encontraba un espacio para fusileros mirando a tierra por si intentaban atacar por tierra. . . .
Tower of the middle of the 18th century, a tower that housed 2 canyons facing the sea to protect Almeria from pirates and where there was a space for riflemen facing the ground in case they tried to attack by land.
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Spain, Almería, Agua del Medio, Torre de Macenas
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Havin a quick lil frolic in Cape Town’s most colorful neighborhood before a super fun 26 hours in the air back to California. Yep, its far.
Some facts about the colorful Bo Kaap neighborhood that’s becoming so popular in the blogger/instahoe world:
1. It’s pronounced “boo-uh cup”
2. The houses date back to the 1760’s when heaps of rental houses where built and leased to slaves that came from Malaysia, Indo, and the rest of mama Africa to work in the cape
3. The houses originally had to be white while leased to slaves, so when that stupid rule was finally lifted and the former slaves were allowed to buy the properties, they painted them as bright and colorful as possible to express their freedom!!!! 🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈
4. Many of the families that live there have been there for generations
. #southafricaza#southafrica 🇿🇦 #visitsouthafrica#travelsouthafrica#travelafrica#bokaap#africanheritage