After a swim in a cenote which is a natural sinkhole created where a cave ceiling has collapsed. Cenotes were the only source of water in the jungle, the ancient Maya considered them to be the portal to the Netherworld. #cenote#Mexicotravel#traveldiary
Sri Lanka is truly a GEM! Such a beautiful and CLEAN island with the nicest people!
On days 1-3 we:
🐢Visited Galle Fort
🐢Went whale watching at 6:30am and tried not to get sea sick
🐢Visited a tsunami museum in Hikkaduwa and talked to a survivor
🐢Visited a mine and made my dad buy me a ring 💅🏽
🐢Also went to the turtle hatchery in Kosgoda 🥰🥰
Ain't she a cutie?! 😍
If you come to Vietnam then I urge you to check out the markets! Most tourists only ever really go to Ben Thanh Market and tend to neglect all the local ones. Real talk: I haven't even been to Ben Thanh Market as I have heard some of the sellers can be quite aggressive and I can't haggle to save my life 🙊
There is a market for everything here:
🍌 Fruit and veggies
🍖 Meats (although you may want to avoid going too local if you're not too familiar with Asian culture)
The list goes on! So take a day and go exploring and if you're going super local then make sure to bring Google Translate with you! 😉
Спасибо китайскому новому году за двухнедельный отпуск🙃🇵🇭 #philippines
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A place not to be missed !!!
💙💚💛🧡❤️ The bauxite quarry of Otranto is one of the places not to be missed for those who spend a holiday in Salento. In fact, in this region of Puglia, famous above all for its dream beaches that have nothing to envy to those of the Caribbean, there are also hidden jewels, like this one, that few know and that often are not even mentioned in the guides.
The disused bauxite quarry is located near Otranto, in the area of the lighthouse of Punta Palascia and Monte Sant’Angelo. The landscape is spectacular: among the bright red rocks stands an emerald green lake, whose contrast with the red of the rocky walls and the surrounding landscape, with the bright green of the vegetation and the blue sky, makes this place a marvel of nature. The lake was probably formed due to the infiltration of water from the aquifers in the surrounding area.
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