If you could choose one place to be teleported back to right now , where would it be ?
I think for me I would say Greece ! It’s hard not to fall hard in love with these stunning whites and blues. It’s just SO magical . #jetsetjyo#santorinigreece#speechlessplaces
These colors are giving me all the peels 🍏 || channeling warm weather & bright colors as I head back home to Philly tomorrow. To be honest all I packed is black clothes and I’m already cold just looking at the forecast 🥶
But I’m looking forward to seeing my friends and family and getting a Reuben, pizza, and a cheesesteak 🤤 AND watching my college roomie get married this weekend 🙌🏼 @maryeliz312
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The #architecture in and around this Villa is truly breathtaking. This small private village (“borgo”) rests on over 250 hectares of breathtaking countryside in the heart of the Chianti region. Come see more photos here ➡️ https://bit.ly/33vL2r8
👙HOLLA!! I found the best swimwear for both during pregnancy and after! Not to mention @coralreefswim has matching mommy and me suits! How cute is this suit?! I love that it’s so versatile since all of their items are mix and match. Also I love that you can put on a pair of white denim shorts and wear this bathing suit top with them and it looks like just a cute summer outfit! Def check out @coralreefswim is you’re looking for some cute suits this spring/summer-use link in bio to shop and code Chelsea for 10% off🌸 - #32weekspregnant#32weeks#coralreefswim
I’m getting the travel bug so badly right now ❤️. It’s so hard to focus on my grad work when I desperately want to book the next flight out of Ottawa! I’m just trying to keep my head down until I graduate but I’m so jealous seeing everyone’s trip picks from beaches when we’re expecting 30cm this week 🥶. I’ll keep dreaming for now 🛫🌴.
🇺🇸It’s Monday and my week is already shaping up to be quite exhausting, with back-to-back meetings and no breaks, but I’m ready to face the week head on!
I had my morning prayer 🙏 & coffee ☕️ and with it, I’m unstoppable.💪
No matter what this week may bring, just know you have a bright future ahead, friend!🤗
What’s on your agenda?
🇧🇷É segunda-feira e minha semana já está cansativa, com reuniões consecutivas e sem intervalos, mas estou pronta para enfrentar a semana!
Fiz minha oração da manhã 🙏 e café do maridão ☕️ e com os dois sou imbatível!💪
Não importa o que esta semana te traga, apenas saiba que você tem um futuro brilhante pela frente! 🤗
O que está na sua agenda?
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Let’s talk about CLAUSTROPHOBIA today!
I fear getting trapped in small spaces, so when I heard how tiny the bedrooms are on the 56-foot sailboat ⛵️ we would be living on, sailing around the Greek islands 🌴 for the next week, I went into panic mode! What didn't also help was when I went to use the WC 🚽 inside the small restaurant next to our hotel (that also happened to be right across from the docks where our sailboat ⛵️ was), I got trapped inside! The WC's door would not unlock and there were no windows (& it was tiny AF in there). I had a massive panic attack 😩! I banged loudly on the door & a restaurant worker from the restaurant came to my rescue. He somehow unlocked it from the other side...I was so grateful 🙏.
But it didn't help the dread I felt walking onto the boat that evening in Mykonos and seeing the room I was sharing with my dad. About two feet of space was between the cabin door 🚪 & a set of bunk beds 🛏. So.Damn.Tiny.
I had to sleep 😴 with the cabin door open that night so I wouldn't freak out too much. But after that first night, I was fine (surprisingly)! And would I spend a week or more living onna sailboat again? I sure would. My next posts will be on the sailing portion of my Greece trip last fall. These photos are the last looks of Mykonos and a bit of a random mashup of some remaining photos.😀🇬🇷
Have you ever had a panic attack over something in your travels?
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Monday: one of those days when my coffee needs a coffee ☕️☕️
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Visiting 🐘 sanctuary near Chiang Mai was one of the most touching experiences from all my travels. While most claim to be “sanctuaries” all they do is torture animals for touristic purposes. Having this in mind I completely gave up on visiting and supporting those groups until I discovered this place recommended by a friend. There is no profile on Instagram to tag, no link to a website I can copy, their Google Maps location is completely off with no fake 5-star Google review… guess why? Because they are a REAL DEAL! Keep reading. 👇🏼
Rule number one: If it’s largely advertised or easily found online, high chances are it’s fake! Don’t fall for “real”, “natural”, “saving” kind of click baits and traps. Most of them use animals for tourism. Do your research thoroughly. In case you didn’t know — in zoos most animals are drugged to keep calm, in shows stabbed to obey, whipped, tortured, abused in many ways to listen to the master because they have absolutely NO desire to do what tourists pay to see. All they want is to be FREE!
None of this would exist if WE (humans) were not paying for it! These little souls from the picture were saved from animal riding, found in terrible health condition with no joy or desire to live. Their spines were seriously damaged followed by acute pain from carrying weight on their back for many years… They are well taken care of here, fed, bathed, played with, and NOT forced into doing anything. There are NO tourists, fences or entrances, the only way you can support these guys is by spending a night or two in rented bungalows nearby and help them feed, wash and love these amazing creatures during your stay 🤗
Think twice before you go on that tour. Sounds fun but the cost of it is much more than bucks you spend. Go to movies instead of animal shows. A countryside can be explored on foot instead of an elephant’s back. You can do a safari ride in a jeep, no need to ride a camel. Don’t book a tour, rent a bike and go explore yourself. Take your kids to nature and not to the zoo!
Animals feel the way as us, no difference. The only difference: we take advantage of them while they stay away from us. You choose which side to take.
When visiting Angkor Wat in Cambodia, look out for the monkeys. There is a band of about sixty macaques that rule the area. I saw a monkey aggressively climb up a man to take a drink out of his hand. Don’t be fooled by their cuteness and make sure you don’t have food or drinks out. Oh, and be prepared to witness monkey sex. 😂
Thanks for taking a closer look! 📍Siem Reap, Cambodia 🇰🇭 from Oct 2018
Places like this is a reminder to me how little I am compared to this world and how something so simple like a body of ocean can be ever yet so breathtaking. 🤍 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I had no idea Fiji would be this amazing. For as far as I could walk, the water was so shallow. Just look at this shot! It totally gives a clear perspective of how many shades of blue I was surrounded by, as well as how far I've walked out into the ocean. 💙
I know I haven’t posted in a month but if you’ve been following my stories, you’d know I had an eventful time in Asia. I’ll try to share as much as I can now that I’m back. ❤️ #fiji#fijiislands#islandvibes#islandgirl
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Strolling the streets of Milan ♥️
One of the things I love most about Italy is that every trip to this beautiful country makes me feel like I’m living inside an old Italian film 🎞 Every visit there inspires me so much & every time I leave back to Israel I feel like I left another piece of my heart back there.
Which country makes you feel this way? Share your thoughts in the comments 💭
Make sure to include some self care time today you guys! I sure am 😅. I got back from Colorado last night after such a fun ski weekend with Tim and his family!
Now I’m about to work out, meditate, and relax before I get ready to take an anatomy midterm. ✨Manifesting that I will stay calm and collected and be able to access all the info in my brain 😁.
Tomorrow I head out to Idaho for a Hydro Flask shoot!!
Then I’ll be back for 5 days before I fly to Florida (for the first time 👍🏼) to work on a project I’m really excited about!
Feeling BUSY but so GRATEFUL 🥰!
If you guys have anything going on that you’re feeling excited or anxious about drop it in the comments or send me a DM and I can send some good thoughts your way 💚.
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DON’T QUIT YOUR DAY JOB!!! Don’t worry. I’m not planning too. Although some Monday’s I would love nothing better than to just have a lazy morning in bed.
But well. Travel is not going to pay for itself?
While I admire those that work full time as an influencer/blogger/own their own company I honestly don’t mind having a 9-5 where I work for someone else. I enjoy the sense of stability it brings me. And even though I am working on nights and weekends to build my own business and empire I don’t know if I could ever quit my day job?
If I say #CameronHighlands you will think of lush green hills and tea plantations. Well, there you go!
Yesterday we visited the #BOHteaplantation which is the most famous and largest of all here. It was founded in 1929 by a British business man (it's still in British property, oh the beauty of post-colonialism). You can wander alongside the plantation, visit the tourist center which promises a free factory tour. In reality, the tour is ten minutes and you are just shepherded through a small, traditional factory after a 5 min basic introduction. (All the information you will hear, is also exhibited on the walls of the visitor be center, so you don't lose much by skipping the tour.) It is still a unique and fun experience and you can buy (for such a tourist-y place for surprisingly cheap) tea and cakes.
After visiting the centre, we went back to our hotel by foot. By the way, hotel...we managed to book the weirdest, Shining-vibes hotel in the neighborhood, and so far nothing went smoothly starting from the room till the breakfast 😂 I am curious what hospitality adventures awaits us today. And let's hope Johnny is not here.
We are back in Australia 🇦🇺!
After all the drama and the set backs in the Pacific, we were so happy to be back in Melbourne. We spent the Sunday with our friends enjoying a beautiful summer day around St Kilda.
We have a week or so to plan, rest and sort out a few things. And hopefully once Marty’s bag is delivered, we can set off on the last leg of the journey to see the final 10 countries. #final10#visiteverycountry#stkilda
It’s story time over at my main account @fashiontravelrepeat today - 𝐈 𝐬𝐡𝐚𝐫𝐞𝐝 𝐡𝐨𝐰 𝐚 𝐬𝐤𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐫𝐢𝐧𝐤 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐑𝐚𝐝𝐢𝐨 𝐂𝐢𝐭𝐲 𝐑𝐨𝐜𝐤𝐞𝐭𝐭𝐞𝐬 𝐥𝐞𝐝 𝐦𝐞 𝐭𝐨 𝐪𝐮𝐢𝐭 𝐦𝐲 𝐣𝐨𝐛 𝐚𝐬 𝐚 𝐥𝐚𝐰𝐲𝐞𝐫 𝐭𝐨 𝐛𝐞 𝐚 𝐟𝐮𝐥𝐥 𝐭𝐢𝐦𝐞 𝐢𝐧𝐟𝐥𝐮𝐞𝐧𝐜𝐞𝐫/𝐛𝐥𝐨𝐠𝐠𝐞𝐫.
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Did you know that the human voice is the only pure instrument? That it has notes no other instrument has? It's like being between the keys of a piano. The notes are there, you can sing them, but they can't be found on any instrument. That's like me. I live in between this. I live in both worlds, the black and white world.
It’s Blue Monday don’t forget to be awesome today! 💫
E se questa settimana la iniziassimo con gioia?
Se oggi abbiamo una motivazione in più per dichiarci vittime di una depressione cronica, abbiamo anche un pretesto in più per andare alla ricerca della felicità.
Curiosità: il terzo lunedì del primo mese dell’anno è chiamato “Blue Monday” poichè il blu per il popolo inglese è colore e sinonimo di tristezza. Molte persone in Inghilterra trascurano addirittura il lavoro, preferendo non uscire di casa.
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The Sibelius Monument is Helsinki’s most famous sculpture and it was built in 1967, in memory of the famous Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. Just like many things in Helsinki is has quite an unconventional and unique design 🙌
[Genalda] Visiting Helsinki was quite a refreshing experience among all the trips we did last year. Just before going, I tried to do some research on things to see but it wasn’t as easy to find content on social media - but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t any cool stuff to do! It’s probably just an underrated place 😄 That’s why we took our time sharing our favourite things to do there. Are there any places you visited recently that most people are not aware of how awesome it is? 🤩
We are beyond excited to share our travel experience on the next destination! It was a trip that we dreamt of doing since we were little girls and it exceeded all of our expectations. Stay tuned to our stories because we will give you some hints during the weekend 🤫
Give me coffee to change the things I can & wine to accept the things I can’t • 🍷 #newblogpost
עבר כמעט חודש מאז הפוסט האחרון שעלה בבלוג. במונחים של יוצרי תוכן ובלוגריות בכלל מדובר באסון ברמת השריפות באוסטרליה או לא עלינו כמו סולד אאוט לפריט שחיכינו שיהיה בהנחה. אז כדי לכפר על מעשיי הנוראיים עלה פוסט חדש לבלוג ובו אני משתפת אתכם בחמשת היקבים (בין היתר) שאני הולכת לבקר בהם השנה בשבילכם. כי אם לא בשבילכם אז בשביל מי?
קישור בביו 🔝 או בהודעה פרטית
התמונה צולמה ביקב קדמא המעולה בסיור עם @gilimew שגם צילמה בכישרון רב את התמונה
Lots of last minute flights for us these days!⠀
While we are a few hundred miles apart today, I am so lucky to call the man who treats every day like Valentine’s Day, mine. ⠀
Off to Arizona again for a much needed Galentine’s Day trip. It’s about time for a little sunshine ☀️
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