Is there something that surprised you during your holiday and changed you? 👇🏻
When you travel or move abroad, it’s very likely that you’ll experience cultural shocks. They don’t have to be something very different from your culture, they can be something small that surprised you.
The first time I had a small cultural shock was when I visited London.
It was a beautiful sunny day and all of a sudden it started raining a lot ☔️ I ran to one of the underground stations to shelter.
While I was waiting for the rain to stop, I was shocked to see how some people were walking like nothing was happening.
I had never experienced something like this which sounds very simple, right? 😂 But if it rains a bit in Spain, you’ll definitely put the umbrella (brolly) up!
Since I’ve been living in the UK, I must admit that I can walk in the rain 🤷🏻♀️ I definitely like adapting to the country where I go.
One of my personal favourites is Muir Woods-National Monument.
If you bist San Francisco, make sure to visit this amazing place and experience Coastal Redwoods. It is located across Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County. Named after the famous Scottish naturalist, conservationist and explorer John Muir, who visited here several times from 1903 onwards, the woods form a small part of the forested slopes of Mt Tamalpais, near the southern end of the Marin Peninsula.
Lavender fields, art galleries, Michelin-starred restaurants, scenic roads and the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea.. The Provence has it all ☀️
Visit our website (link in bio) as the world slowly reopens again & plan your trip to the Provence, Guilt Free 💚 #guiltfreetraveling#letmetravel
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Humpback whales pod, St. Vincent’s Beach, NL, Canada, 2020
One of my favourite days #iloveithere - Cochem Castle ❤️
Off to work now, have an amazing Thursday everyone! ✌️
Thank-you so kindly for sharing this with us, and also for tagging travel_2_germany!! 🇩🇪 @aleserps
Cochem 🏰 🇩🇪 ❤
“In the most romantic part of the Moselle Valley, where the river curves between two hiking paradises - Eifel and Hunsrück - lies the old town of Cochem. Even the Romans sang the praises of this remarkable landscape. It is true - a few things have changed since then, but the attraction has remained because the past centuries - above all the Middle Ages - have left their marks here. The magnificent Reichsburg, the big castle, situated on a precipitous rock high above the town, dominates the landscape. The many delicate pointed towers, battlements and oriels give the impression of a typical fairy tale castle, particularly as it is one of the few castles in Germany, which was rebuilt in its original style after its complete destruction. As impressive as the castle itself is the view of the Moselle Valley with its beautiful forests, meadows, fields and vineyards, as well as the old part of the town.”
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This is the season for beautiful lavender flowers. It is one of my favorite flowers. Which one is yours?
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¿Qué tanto te gustan las tapas españolas del 1 al 10? 🍳 ¿Conoces cuál es su origen?🤔
Aunque muchas ciudades afirman que fueron las pioneras del famoso “tapeo”, su invención se le atribuye a la hermosa ciudad de Sevilla.💃🏻
El rey Alfonso XIII pidió que le sirvieran un trago durante un día de mucho viento.💨
Para evitar que cayera tierra en su copa, el camarero improvisó una especie de tapa con un trozo de jamón.😂
Al rey le resultó graciosa esta idea y de ahí en adelante pedía todos sus tragos acompañados de una “tapa”.🥂
¡Y así fue!✨ Hoy todos esperamos con ansias ese acompañante en los bares.
¡Aplausos de pie para Alfonso! 🙌🏼