Nice ride across the dessert.. Maybe was not the best idea to wear a white pant 😂
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🇵🇹 Os souks são mercados tradicionais muito comuns no Dubai. Depois de passearmos pelo bairro Bastakiya, apanhamos um barco típico Abra e cruzamos o Dubai Creek. Antes de passar o rio haviam alguns souks de indianos. Mas na outra margem é um mundo bem diferente. Os souks ocupam várias ruas e existe um souk para cada coisa: ouro, têxtil, utensílios para a casa, especiarias... Nada tem preço tabelado. Tudo é negociável. Quando perguntamos o preço de uma peça eles perguntam logo a quantidade que vamos levar 😅 A nossa estratégia foi comprar varias coisas no mesmo sítio para conseguir um preço melhor. Qual é a vossa estratégia?
🇬🇧 Souks are traditional markets and are very common in Dubai. After walking around in Bastakiya neighbourhood we took a typical boat Abra and crossed Dubai Creek. In this side of the river there are some Indian souks. But in the other side it’s very different. The souks fill several streets and there is a souks for each thing: gold, textile, household utensils, spices... There is no fixed price. Everything is negotiable. When you ask for a price they reply asking how many pieces you’re taking 😅 Our strategy was buy several things in the same place to get a better price. What is your strategy?
NOW t’amène là!!!!! Ils disent que c’est 8ème merveille du monde... Es-tu prêt ou prête à embarquer dans cette aventure transformatrice et inoubliable? 🤸🏻♀️🧘🏻♂️⛰
NOW crafted this unique experience for you!!!! this is where we are heading in our 2th edition of Patagonia Adventure & Yoga Retreat!!! .
Jump in! 🧘🏻♂️🤸🏻♀️⛰🌿
DM for infos/ reservations! ❤️
[ILHA GRANDE E MOSQUITOS]
📍Não façam como a gente que quase não passou repelente.
Resultado peguei uma virose doida que médico nenhum soube dizer exatamente o que era.
Vai para a Ilha Grande usa sempre um bom repelente e com constância para não perder o efeito.
28 23412 hours ago
𝒫𝑒𝑜𝓅𝓁𝑒 𝒶𝓇𝑒 𝓉𝒽𝑒 𝒽𝒶𝓅𝓅𝒾𝑒𝓈𝓉 𝒶𝓉 𝒽𝑜𝓂𝑒
Is here someone who is leaving abroad? Different country, different culture and different people. Do you enjoy it? Are you missing your home? Some people are saying Home is not a place, it's a feeling. I'm still looking for my own place on the earth. Where I will feel free and happy.
I’m pretty sure my birthstone is a sea shell. And sometimes I wish that Riyadh has the access to the sea !
However, this time i'm not going to see the sea 😉😉😉 or at least - not as planned. I'm going somewhere where I don't need bikini but good shoes, warmer jacket and maybe a yoga mat 🙂 Guess where!! November adventure I'm cooming🤩🤩🤩
Hi. My name is Nathalie (with a silent “h”) and I learned how to ride a bike just a few weeks before my 27th birthday 😌!
Vietnam will forever have a special place in my heart 🙏. I was too scared to learn how to ride a bike as a kid and an opportunity to learn as I grew older never presented itself, until our Mua Cave & Tam Coc day trip in Ninh Binh.
Part of the tour we signed up for on @tripadvisor was a scenic bike ride 😬. We couldn’t seem to find a tour that didn’t have a bike ride included in the Mua Cave & Tam Coc tour so my overly ambitious self decided I would use this opportunity to learn how to ride a bike.
When I made this promise to myself, I didn’t think we would be riding on a bumpy, muddy path in a busy part of town 😳. Nonetheless, I’m not one to break a promise so I went for it anyway. It took me almost an hour to finally find my balance and successfully ride a bike without “training wheels” 😅.
I honestly didn’t think it would happen but I desperately wanted to surprise my mom with a video of me riding a bike. I asked JT to film me in this video just in case it happens to be “the one” and told him it would be my last try🤞. As you can see, I chickened out the first attempt on camera because I was going through mud and a scooter was coming right at me — I didn’t know how to turn or stop properly 🙈!
The pressure really kicked when we realized our tour group was waiting on us to leave. I concentrated so much that I started to sweat profusely. I kept thinking about my mom and how proud she’d be of me if I did this. So, I did it!! I FREAKING LEARNED HOW TO RIDE A BIKE IN VIETNAM 😃🎉!! I was so surprised at myself and excited that I started to cry and scream like a crazy person (sound on lol).
Love and a positive perspective can go a long way. I truly believe one can overcome any obstacle with the right mindset and support system ❤️. I challenge you to try something new, scary, and exciting this week! Don’t wait. Put yourself to the test knowing it’s impossible to fail because you’ve already won by trying 🙂.
An amazing photo while traveling just gets me so excited!!!
I am completely mind blown by this photo! It’s one thing to see it on your screen as you are flying the drone but when you put it into the computer and add a little editing WOW!! What you guys think? Top 5 photo I’ve taken? Hmmmm
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WE HAVE A GREAT TRAVEL TIP FOR EL NIDO IN THIS POST↴ keep reading...
On that day we rented a kayak and explored some of the surrounding islands and we found this piece of Paradise Island here, which is also its original name. Suddenly it started raining, but who cares, we even enjoyed it more with the tropical showers. Swipe to see more from this precious moment!
↠ NOW SAVE THESE TIPS FOR LATER:
When you arrive in El Nido of course the first thing to do will be to book some trips and explore the beautiful nature of Palawan island. We advice you to book trip A and trip C. At least this is what we did and it was totally worth it! There is also trip D, but instead of booking it, why not do like us and many others (of course we didn’t figure it out gosh!😅) and rent a kayak so you can explore the closest surrounding islands of El Nido on your own and have enough time to spend on beautiful beaches like this one? It’s cheaper, easy to do (if you haven’t done kayak before, no worries for Anna it was also the first time and she was able to deal with the storm and waves from all the boats getting back to the port) and you can also avoid the crowds! Few important things to know:
✩ price for kayak rental 500-600 pesos
✩ start the day early to have enough time to explore and get back before 5 pm
✩ you can spend 2 days exploring the hidden beaches, but we had just 1 and spent it kayaking around Cadlao Island. Here’re the must visit spots on that island:
• Paradise Beach
• Pasandigan Cove
• Ubugon Cove
• Nat Nat Beach
✩ if you have one more day go explore:
• Ipil Ipil Beach
• Seven Comandos Beach
• Papaya Beach
✩ bring food, water, waterproof sun screen and a GoPro, but pls don’t bring or leave any trash especially plastic on these secluded places!!!
↠ Have you been to El Nido or do you plan to visit soon?
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How to reach Longjing Tea Paradise?🌱 The little guide for you to Longjjng tea fields :
- speed train to Hangzhou city
- In Hangzhou you can take subway line 4 till the station Shuicheng Qiao 水澄桥, and then bus 87 to Longjing Village 龙井村
🌱You can spend 1 day there hiking and enjoying landscapes or stay overnight in local guest houses
🌱average price for cup of tea in village guest house abt 15 yuan
Btw we didn’t take photo with drone, but we made drone effect photo with phone 🤗
What do you need?
-telephone tripod with remote control
-some chair or stage which is high
-wide-angle camera on your phone
-photographer and model
Be creative. Find solutions. Always.
Same time last year. One of the best trips to date. Spontaneous, exhilarating and just perfect. My advice: Call up 3 of your best friends and plan a random trip to anywhere. Off season and in fall. That’s it.
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🇵🇹 Tínhamos que esperar 1 semana em Singaraja pelo visto! O que fazer? 🤷♀️🤷♂️
Resolvemos então explorar a zona de Munduk! Ver as suas infinitas vistas de campos de arroz 🌾 e cascatas 💦! Esta zona de Bali tem tantas mas tantas cascatas que 1 semana não chega para visitar todas!
Fizemos uma lista daquelas que queríamos ir e lá fomos nós com a nossa melhor amiga 🛵
Entre todas Aling-Aling foi das que mais gostamos! Para além das atividades que oferece, encontramos esta lagoa com um azul tão lindo que não resistimos de dar um mergulho! 💦
Vê os nossos highlights de Bali para ver os lugares que visitamos em Munduk 😊
🇺🇸 We had to wait 1 week in Singaraja for the visa! What to do? 🤷♀️🤷♂️
So we decided to explore the Munduk area! See endless views of rice fields 🌾 and waterfalls 💦! This area of Bali has so many waterfalls that one week is not enough to visit them all!
We made a list of those we wanted to go to and we went with our best friend 🛵 -
Aling-Aling was the one we liked the most! Besides the activities it offers, we find this lagoon with a blue so beautiful that we can not resist take a swim! 💦
Check out our Bali highlights to see the places we visited in Munduk 😊
A face filled with ever present concern of crossing the road for a photo but watching out for cars, cyclists, people + dogs 🤷♀️. I’m feeling a lot better today, thank you all for your messages on yesterday’s post. It’s okay to not be okay sometimes. Anyways, I’ve just landed in a sunshiny place so looking forward to some vitamin sea 😉.
Chegámos ao Sri Lanka à 18 dias, para sermos sinceros tínhamos as expectativas lá em cima, já queríamos ter visitado este país no início da nossa viagem. °
Não ficámos desiludidos, antes pelo contrário, excedeu tudo aquilo que tínhamos pensado. °
As pessoas são muito simpáticas, sorridentes e estão genuinamente contentes por nos receber. A comida é um pouco picante, mas já estamos habituados e só pedimos comida local. É também o país mais barato por onde passámos. °
Ficamos encantados com a natureza, o verde e a quantidade de vida selvagem que podemos observar por todo o país a qualquer momento. Numa simples ida ao supermercado encontramos macacos, vacas, cães, esquilos, elefantes e várias espécies de répteis e aves. °
Estamos muito contentes por ter vindo ao Sri Lanka, faltam poucos dias para o nosso próximo destino, mas estamos de coração cheio. 🇱🇰 °
Adventure is waiting for you, you just need to know where to look.
Gökçe has certainly taught me to look and find it in so many places I could never have expected before, even in my home city of New York. I've visited new areas of New York City I had never seen before and expanded my taste buds to the point I now actively seek out the spiciest foods with her.
Do you have someone adventurous in your life who pushed you to explore and experience more?
Nerede oldugumuzun onemi yok, cunku aslinda kendi bakis acimiz oldugumuz yeri renklendiren.
Ille de surekli seyahat etmek gerekmiyor yeni seyler kesfetmek icin. Yasadiginiz yerleri adim adim tanimak, yeni yuzlerle tanismak, mutfaklarindan tat almak bile onlarin enerjisini tasidigindan sizi yeni bir yerdeymissiniz gibi hissetmeye yetebilir bazen. Bizim de bu aralar hedefimiz New York'un her kosesini gezip buralardan gitmeden her halini yasayabilmek.
Can’t believe it’s almost October of 2019! So much going on in the last three months ...I haven’t actually posted it all 🙈
I am creating a second insta account which will include a lot more video content @kriscorsvlogs I’ve documented my Euro Trip and will be posting a lot more raw video content there (from when I left nyc in late June and started my Euro trip until present day).
Also I am still exploring and designing a much more flexible/location independent lifestyle, so I will update you about the things I have been learning along the way - in case you’re interested in the #digitalnomad#lifestyle .
I also have a new YouTube channel and I’m working on creating travel guides for you guys. New videos coming soon! If you haven’t checked out my YouTube channel yet - click the link in my bio and subscribe. - #Prague#Darlingescape#nowtravel#travelstribe#iamatraveller#travelpicsdaily#travelmore#youmustsee#wonderfulplaces