🇩🇰 Minder fra sommerens farver på en grå vinterdag ☀️ / 🇬🇧 Memories of summer colours on a grey winter’s day ☀️
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Bath time 😍
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I do believe it’s time for another adventure. Happy Friday.
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Agra beyond Taj Series 2
1. Facades of Old houses in the Historic City Core
2. Akbar's Tomb, Sikandra
3. Riverside pavilions of Ram Bagh
4. Dakhini Darwaza of Mohalla Tajganj
5. St. John's College
6. Diwan-I-Aam, Agra Fort
Agra beyond Taj Series 1
1. Taj Mahal as seen from Mehtaab Bagh
2. Corner Chattri of Zahara Bagh
3. A house in the Historic City Core of Agra
4. Stone Inlay work on the facade of Itimad-Ud-Daulah
5. Dara Shikoh's Library
6. Itimad-Ud-Daulah's tomb overlooking it's gardens
7. Streets along the Jami Masjid
Photo credits: 1,2,3,4,6,7- Sarvesh Alshi
5- Gaurav Sharma
Colorful Rocks🗻 📍Montana, U.S. 📷@k_rowejo 🔎 The Glacier National Park is home to more than 700 lakes. Some have a variety of colored pebbles below the water surface and on the shores. Rocks series color can vary from dark red to maroon, and from blue to green.
Narbonne, otro de los pueblos que visitamos en nuestra última escapada. A un lado del canal de la Robine estaba el mercado navideño, al otro las atracciones de feria. Al fondo destacan el palacio arzobispal y la catedral. En Navidad había pista de patinaje, talleres navideños para niños y la casa de Papá Noel. Sin duda es un buen destino navideño, pero en cualquier época del año Narbona es encantadora. Viernes ya! A disfrutar del finde 😉
Laga keempat CCFC Day bertepatan dengan Tahun Baru Imlek 2571, wa. Selamat menyambut tahun baru bagi uwa uwa yang merayakan, semoga di Tahun Tikus Logam ini banyak bertabur rejeki yaa, gong xi gong xi.
Diantos ah di @bobotohfutsalcamp dinten ieu Jumat 24 Januari 2020 ngawitan tabuh 20.00 WIB dugi ka satipalitekna.
poster mah biasa kenging @abdillahaz George Gun Does.
When You get the chance to visit Bangkok, Thailand, one of the public transport that you have to try is this Water Taxi Boat ( Khlong Saen Saep ). Haven't really adopted by tourist yet make it a viable and interesting option to go around the city area, hence it connects many tourist spots and important areas of Bangkok such as Pratu Nam, Phanfa Bridge, Asoke - Petchaburi, and so on. it goes around faster compared to your "normal" BTS, MRT, or even the famous Tuk-Tuk. You can even combine it with Chao Praya Express Boat.
There's some advantage when you're using this boat
Super Cheap ( 1 way ticket is only 9 bath = 30Cents US$ 😆😆 , up to 20 bath depending on distance traveled. )
Access( there's more than 20points/stops/ pier)
It operates from 05:30 to 20:30 daily on weekdays (to 19:00 on weekends). Tons of boat, and each can hold up to 40ish people, so you don't have to wait too long😆
well there's some drawback too..
The river water is quite dirty therefore kinda smelly 🤢 BEWARE of water splash!!, bring a mask, heck bring O2 tank if you must, not recommended if you have OCD with hygiene. 😂
Get Ready to mingle with locals, and some of them is sweaty💪 some of them even smells like seafood🐠 but hey it's cool tho, you won't get too much of personal space here
in certain hours, the boat will packed and you might have to stand 🤸♂️ Some Tips =
bring backpack, walking shoes( highheels⛸ aren't adviseable, some times when it's really crowded you have to stand, and trust me standing in a fast boat with heels is not helping)
when in Bangkok if you want to travel only for shopping, it is not recommended to bring your suitcase here, just bring huge reuseable shopping bag). Bring Mask And Water.. and keep hydrated.
Find a way to sit at the center of the boat⛴, it's steadier there, and less likely to get splashed by river water🤮. do not open your mouth excessively when you're in the side boat.. 📸 : sony a5100, 35mm/1.8
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Fun fact: Snowboarding was huge for me growing up in Minnesota. From the time I was six years old, my dad and I would make weekly trips to what we considered to be a hill (remember this is the midwest), and shred until we couldn’t feel our legs. I’m positive we spent more time riding lifts than we did going downhill, but it was still one of my favorite parts of being a kid.
Weirdly enough, since moving to the actual mountains out west, I haven’t had a chance to snowboard. It had been 4+ years, but I finally got a chance to rip some powder at Big Mountain in Whitefish a while back.
It felt like reconnecting with an old friend. Cheesy, smiling pic for photo evidence of stoke levels.