“Dammit I gotta take at least 1 pic with Mt Fuji!” And that’s when i have to boost my confidence and ask stranger to take my pic (and hoping they’re not bad people who will runaway with my phone) I’m actually very shy to ask stranger to take my pic but I rather face my fear (yes, it used to be one of my fears, asking strangers to take a photo of me) than not have any pic/memory from my travel. Coz like I’m not gonna spend ma money to travel here again just to take pic 😤just because I was shy at that time, right? Oh and I prefer not to selfie because personally speaking it’s not a proper travel pic. So thank you to the Vietnamese lady who’s willing to take my picture nicely (who then i follow her group thinking they’ll go to the train station as well but turns out they were going somewhere else and i missed the train). That’s one of my tips btw, I usually ask tourists to take my pic because I think they are less likely to steal my phone 😂. How to know if they are tourists? Oh you’ll know. #fuji#japan
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Sunday’s in sunny days can be very active in town and speciallythats a second day of the weekend in Morocco
Check out how sunny days looks like in Taghazout ✖️ @taghazout_surf_lifestyle
Tiki Beach has moved (only 30 metres) from where it used to be and is now nearer to the sea. Accessed over a small wooden bridge and over a lovely boardwalk the friendly staff welcome all into a fantastic new facility adorned by hanging plants and intriguing sculptures. The beach is run efficiently by Stephan and his beach staff who will cater for your every need. Unlike most of the restaurants that surround it Tiki Beach restaurant is open for lunch and also evening meals. Arthur the maitre d has an eye for detail and with his team of waiters and kitchen staff he will make your stay a real treat. The food was great before but now it is even better. Their spin on Caesar salad is a must and there Thai mussels are a treat for the pallet, the steak is so tender and will satisfy the biggest appetite. Desserts are hand made and are a perfect finish for a great experience. Another great season at the new Tiki Beach. @kontiki_beachresort_sttropez 🍷💦⛱ Video by team #ThisIsStTropez@nathanlefebvre76@gabriellovas
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We ❤️ @labastidedessalins for its lovely gardens, low key approach, and pleasant rooms. If you want a professionally fun place, that gives you great privacy with as much service as you want, but never intrudes, this is it. Breakfast was super deliciouse, parking easy and the shuttle to town very convenient. Pool is excellent with private lounge set-ups. High touch, without glitz. We higly recommend this hotel. #ThisIsStTropez ✔️💯🔝 Photos/Video by @gabriellovas
Isfahan, a city located in central Iran, about 400 kilometers south of Tehran, is the capital of Isfahan Province and 3rd major city in Iran. It's surrounded by desert districts from east and Zagros Mountains from the west and has a moderate climate and partly regular seasons.
Isfahan flourished in the 16th and 17th centuries during the Safavid dynasty when it became the capital of Persia.
Isfahan's fantastic cultural and historic scenery is unparalleled by any other Iranian city, making it living museum of traditional culture.
It's famous for its Iranian–Islamic architecture, grand boulevards, covered bridges, palaces, tiled mosques, and minarets which makes it one of the highlights of Iran and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. For this they call it “Nesf-e-Jahan”, meaning “Half The World”. The Naghsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan is one of the largest city squares in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The bridges on the Zayanderud river are some of the finest architecture in Isfahan.
Isfahan is called the city of Iranian handicraft and traditional arts. Carpet weaving, engraving, miniature painting, Moarragh, tile art, brocade, calico work and enamel-work are among the most prominent works of art in Isfahan.