In 2016, I set a personal goal of reaching 25 countries before turning 25 — to prove myself that dreams can become a reality with determination and an end goal in mind. But what I didn’t expect then was all the slogging between work and school to finance the travel costs independently.
And who would’ve guessed that Gibraltar 🇬🇮 would be number 25! Will forever be grateful to have come across wonderful people and cultures in my journey around the world 🙏🏽 On to the next milestone. #8lifwondersGI
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If you looking to enjoy the Durban beachfront and Golden Mile, why not do it in style with segway tours. Hire the segway from Moses Mabhida Stadium and glide your way around the stadium and all the way along the beachfront and golden mile.
For the first timers dont worry, after a 15 minute training session, you will be gliding away like a pro .
Kronborg Castle is situated about an hour north of Copenhagen by train, just four kilometers west of the Swedish coastline. It was built in the 1420s by King Eric VII and played an important military and administrative role in Danish history. But its real claim to fame came in 1599, when William Shakespeare penned a story about a mad Danish prince seeking revenge in the cold halls of Elsinore Castle. Kronborg Castle, as you might guess, was the inspiration for Shakespeare’s fictional Elsinore Castle. In fact, Elsinore is an anglicized version of Helsingør, the town nearest to Kronborg Castle. Because of its historical and culture significance, Kronborg Castle was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000.
Although Shakespeare never visited Denmark, it appears that a troop of actors connected to Shakespeare performed in Kronborg Castle in 1586 and may have recounted the details of the setting to him. Today, actors wander through the castle acting out different parts of Hamlet as visitors follow along. My kids rather morbidly loved the grand finale in the ballroom—a sword fight that ends in a pile of bloodied and poisoned bodies.
I took this picture as we walked from the train station to the castle. Usually I’d think that the photo is a bit too flat due to its lack of anything in the foreground and the harsh afternoon sun, but in this case I think the two dimensionality of the scene gives the picture a storybook quality, which seems perfect for this particular castle.
53 88721 June, 2019
The swirls & curves of Antelope Canyon 🏜
The Navajo Nation is the largest Native American territory in the USA. Located inside the territory are countless historical, geographical and cultural sites of interest, one of them being the remarkable Antelope Canyon. I'm embarrassed to say I knew very little about the Najavo Nation, but visiting Page (and Antelope Canyon) has at least given me a slice of awareness as to the prominence of this incredible Native American Nation 🗺️
📸 @TravisBluemling // @Breacans #PageArizona#NavajoNation#AntelopeCanyon
25 1,3643 June, 2019
You have to live the rest of your life here and you can only bring 3 friends... who do you choose? 🤔
Seize the moment ↟
35 1,1969 October, 2019
I took a short break from posting while we got back into the flow of school and work. I can’t believe summer vacation is over! Now where did we leave off? Ah yes, Montenegro! ⠀⠀
Nestled between the far shore of Kotor Bay and the slopes of Mt Lovcen is the beautiful medieval town of Kotor. Founded over 2,000 years ago, Kotor became the region’s most important trading port for the Serbian Empire by the Middle Ages. Four hundred subsequent years of Venetian rule gave the city’s architecture its current romantic feel. As a result of this history, the city is listed on twice on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites—once for being part of the natural, cultural and historical region of Kotor Bay and once for being part of the region’s Venetian fortification network. Two for the price of one. Man, I love this place! ⠀⠀
Pictured here are some of the 1,350 steps leading up to St. John’s Fortress, which has some of the best views in Europe. Swipe to see the city’s fortified walls, which wind their way up the mountainside like the Great Wall of China.
Last week @TravisBluemling & I wrapped up our first ever @Breacans Trip and we’re still on Cloud 9! ⛅️ I don’t think either of us could have imagined just how amazing the Trip would turn out, let alone the INCREDIBLE people that joined us! 🙏🏼
A massive thank you to these legends for trusting us, laughing with us (and at us), and for keeping us in shape with the luggage (you know who you are!). You all will always have a special place in our hearts as our first official group! Until next Summer...?! ⛰🚗💨 #OutlandishScotland#BreacansTrips#LostBaggage
23 9614 August, 2019
A splash of Tequila 🎨
One of my favorite places I visited in Mexico. Visited for a few hours after tasting different kinds of tequila in the local distilleries and really enjoy wandering around its colourful and cheerful streets!