Ngaku pecinta alam tapi belum pernah ngerasain sensasi body rafting? Kamu kudu ngunjungin Green Canyon nih Vrens, seperti @nurafifahs yang udah nyeburlangsung di kesegaran tosca-nya aliran air sungai Green Canyon ini. .
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Koh Lipe really is paradise. I’ve stayed there for more than three months over the past five years, and it has always been an amazing experience, even when it rains.
Keep in mind that Koh Lipe is not a party island. It is a chilled out tropical island in the Andaman Sea where you will find vibrant coral reefs and white sandy beaches. You will find there is more interest in meditation or yoga than cocktail buckets.
Koh Lipe is a small island located in Satun Province in the far south of Thailand. It is 1 of 51 islands in the Tarutao Marine National Park. The island itself is located about 80km from the west coast of Thailand, and just 35km from Langkawi, Malaysia.
The Koh Tarutao Marine National Park, including Koh Lipe, is protected by Thailand’s marine conservation laws. This means fishing is heavily regulated by the government, so there are lots of amazing coral reefs to explore.
The last time we visited Yellowstone national park was in 1993. A cross country trip that was going to take us 3 days, took 11 days! It was a good decision to see the part of country we had not seen on our move from Oregon to Massachusetts. We are back after all these years to actually hike in the park. Do you have any great hike recommendation you’d like to share with us?
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Filipino Flex 😎🇵🇭
Who’s been to Phillipines? 😍👇
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At 19, I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder, at the time, it was practically unheard of in someone so young. I was told that it was incurable, painful and likely debilitating. The only treatment - pain medication. Overwhelmed, I followed their advice. My body didn't respond well. I struggled to adjust, but the meds left me a zombie. I had dreams and ambitions and this wasn't the way to achieve them.
I gave up on meds and lived daily with severe pain. I worked my way through college, then started climbing the corporate ladder. As time went on, I started feeling the effects of trying to ignore my illness. It was a struggle to get out of bed and I was always sick. I was good at my job, but worried constantly about losing my job over it, so I went to work sick, depressed and in pain. I often questioned my decision to forgo the pain medication, not knowing which was worse.
Finally, 10 years later, research came out that a healthy lifestyle could replace meds. I made small changes to my diet, and tried to exercise, and felt a little better. Then, I discovered MY medicine - Travel! The only problem, I was so limited, and I wanted to do it all!
Over the past 7 years, I've lived and breathed for wellness and travel: Special diets, specific exercise, becoming a freelancer to eliminate stress. My health and perspective drastically improved. We have great adventures. We've hiked the Andes, climbed volcanoes, rode camels in the desert, went cliff diving on a remote Island in the Philippines, explored the Amazon, climbed the Great Wall of China, snorkeled The Great Barrier Reef - nearly 50 countries!
I am not "cured." I still deal with some pain, anxiety and depression. But I work hard to manage my illness and live life to the fullest. Daily, I make one choice at a time to propel myself forward. It's a delicate balance. I am so thankful not only to survive, but to thrive.
a bit of useful info read👇
Cotton production in Uzbekistan is important to the national economy of the country. It is Uzbekistan's main cash crop with annual cotton exports number of 800k tons (is about 10% of world exports).Cotton's nickname in Uzbekistan is "white gold" (oq oltin in uzbek).The industry is state-controlled on a national level.Cotton is planted during April-early May and harvested in September until November. The plantations are concentrated in near Bukhara city(located to the south-west on the map)and also to some extent in Tashkent(capital) along the Syr Darya, and along the Amu Darya (rivers)in the border area with neighbor countries. Okdare, Namangan city(located in Fergana Valley) and Tashkent are the common varieties of cotton planted in the country.Moreover, while appreciating the need to introduce better high yielding and early maturing cotton, new varieties have been adopted,such as Andijan city(Fergana Valley) and Khoresm(west part of the country).Our country exports cotton mainly to China, Bangladesh, Korea and Russia.Although there are variety types of products which are made from cotton,particularly cotton fibre and cotton oil(made from cotton seed)🍂
For those who's read until the end🙏😁,hope you ve gotten some knowledge and now aware more about my beautiful country💙💚
A boatman heads back to shore after a day of fishing at Qiandao Lake in Chun’an, Zhejiang, China.
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Catching the sun - in a carrelet on the Gironde en France.
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This one took a bit of work. The courtyard was packed - And there’s only so much help you can get from skip-the-line tickets Anyway, I’m happy enough with the shot.
The Patio de los Leones or Courtyard of the Lions was built in the mid-1300s. It this is the most emblematic part of the Alhambra. This fountain is said to represent the heavenly garden of Islam. A large bowl sits on twelve lions; each one has its own individual markings and face. Underneath the base of Lion´s fountain run four water channels.
‘Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore, dream, discover.’ Mark Twain
📍 Fajã dos Padres
An awesome place, with warm and cristal clear water for you to go for a swim 💦
The funny thing about this place is that you can only have access by boat or by cablecar. There's no other way! It is know for being a small paradise in Madeira. Here you can find great conditions for a day at the beach, enjoying our sun and warm temperatures 🌡☀️
There's also a restaurante where you can taste some of our local flavours 👌🏻 #madeiranowordsneeded