A glass of champagne to wait for this 95 Lafleur to open up, good idea 💡. Bravo @richardso1214 !.
This lafleur is pretty young, close and lean to begin with, green pepper, mint, graphite, bitter coffee back palate, great juice thou I felt something, perhaps the depth and some expected magic was missing especially at finish, the wine seems to be holding back somehow; ☝🏻not until the last glass, when everything complex starts to unfold. Would be nice to have more time with air, perhaps 2 bottles of champ before diving into this 95 next time. K, 💤 time to hit the bed. Fun night, good night 🌙 .
как же хорошо было летом 😭
не знаю как для вас, но для меня межсезонье - это полная жесть 😈 терпеть не могу резко переходить с лёгкого платья на пальто 😑 теперь стою и туплю часами возле шкафа, перед выходом 😂
ну что ж, многослойность, приветики 👋🏼 рубашка, брючный костюм, высокие джинсы, пиджак, пальто - мой любимый коктейль 🍹 да вот только перестроится тяжеловато 🙈
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Qasr Al Watan (or Palace of the Nation) in Abu Dhabi is more than a palace, it is a unique testament to the spirit of the United Arab Emirate's people and its leaders. The Palace invites the world to share the culture, knowledge and inspiring journey of the young nation of UAE. Qasr Al Watan is an enriching interactive journey in a contemporary setting that reveals and reflects on governance, knowledge and craftsmanship.
It is no mere tourist attraction, it’s a working Palace, home to the UAE Supreme Council and Federal Cabinet. It hosts state visits and official summits. The Palace is a masterpiece of architectural craftsmanship, where you can walk alongside elegantly crafted pathways rooted in Arabic tradition and peer into windows that embody the spirit of a forward-looking nation.
The Great Hall (architectural heart of Qasr Al Watan, 100 metres long by 100 metres wide, with its main dome being one of the largest in the world) and Al Barza (largest room after the Great Hall) are definitely the stars of the show. The ‘Spirit of Collaboration’ room is hosting meetings of the Federal Supreme Council, the Arab League, the Gulf Cooperation Council and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation.
Have a look at the part of the collection of diplomatic gifts to the UAE received from the foreign state officials during their visits - carpets, shields, swords, armours and more.
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Last night on Gili! It started off so civilized... Swipe to see the state i was in the next day 😂 the only mode of transport on the Gili Islands are either horse and carriage, cycling or walking. There are no cars or motor bikes! We decided to go out on the strip which was a 20 minute cycle from where we was staying. The cycle back was interesting to say the least 😂 swipe to see the night unfold, I guess not all of us can handle our drinks 😉
We didn’t really get a chance to talk about it at the time but last year we went to Australia for a few weeks. Similar to David this year, I was moving jobs and found myself on garden leave - result! One of my best friends lives in Sydney so we spent a couple of nights in the glorious City and then made our way to Hamilton Island ✈️ .
Having been through a very stressful period at work, landing on ‘hammo’ was a well needed break and oh my days it is STUNNING! 😍
We stayed in an apartment with the most amazing views of the great barrier reef and were joined by my sister and her BF who were living in Melbourne at the time. ❤️
There are no cars on Hamilton Island so everyone gets around on golf buggies 🚐 most apartments and hotels come with one and was such a fun (and green) way to travel around. There is a mahoosive supermarket on the island and their plant based section was unexpected and totally amazeballs! I don’t think we went out for dinner once whilst we were there, choosing to BBQ breakfast, lunch and dinner with those views 😍😍😍
Sunrise and sunsets were magical, the scenery is amazing and we would go back in a heartbeat! 👌
Only an hours flight from Sydney it’s one of our absolute favourite places we have ever been 💖
◾"Working on your strengths will help you overcome anything you consider a weakness, everyone is good at something" - Dean Graziosi.⠀
◾Heard this today whilst listening to 'millionaire success habits' and damn did is resonate. ⠀
◾We're programmed from an early age to focus the majority of our attention where we are told we are lacking, have you ever been told to get better at something you have no interest in being good at? - to hell with that.⠀
◾An example Dean goes into is about a man who's great at selling real estate BUT he's incredibly unorganised... Now he was programmed to put himself down, to believe his weakness would let him down and hold him back from success. Dean told this man one thing. He said "YOU are and will forever be unorganised until the end of your days." You can imagine this came across as a little insulting and almost rude but what followed changed this man's perception of himself and I think it's super important to pay attention here...⠀
◾He told this man"YOU are great at finding solutions and getting a great deal for a client whilst generating amazing profits.. Focus on this talent, sell more homes and pay someone who has great strength in keeping organised. Do this and you will never have to worry about being organised again."⠀
‼️I'm not saying just disregard a weakness, if you're passionate and want to improve in that area then do so... But don't EVER let a so called weakness hold you back from making the most out of your strengths. Everyone truly is great at something 😊⠀
👇🏻Let me know down below, what are your strengths!? 💪🏻⠀
Are we doing the things we do to genuinely make ourselves happy or to simply make other people think that we are happy? In the past week, I worried about starting college and making the right decisions for myself. One morning while I was praying, the solution to my problems appeared loud and clear. Most of my worries stemmed from the fact that I wanted to make other people think that I was happy. I cared more about what strangers reading a profile on me or scrolling through my social media would think than what was actually best for me and what made me happy. Upon realising this, it seemed so silly. Life is too short to follow other people’s definition of happiness. Follow your own.
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