Titas 💗 (English ⬇️)
Este traje lo utilicé 2 veces en el trip, y en el mismo día. Prometo que no sudé 🤣. Como pueden ver, cambiar los accesorios es como hacer un chin de magia 🎩. Para el outfit de noche, le cambié el headwrap a uno de color sólido, me puse encima una camisa negra (sheer) de polka dots y una correa animal print. Mis taquitos blancos que no le doy gancho (fueron $25 que pagué y los usare 25,000 veces 🤷🏽♀️) combinados con la cartera blanca sin el strap. Le añadí unos aretes más grandes para darle ese toque que faltaba, y listo. ¿Cuál te gusta más? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I wore this dress twice on this trip, and on the same day (promise I didn't sweat 🤣) As you can see, accessories can transform anything. For the evening, I changed the headwrap to a solid color; I put a polka dot sheer blouse on top of the dress and put an animal print belt on my waist. I changed the shoes to my white heels and removed the strap of the purse so I could use it as a clutch. & for the last touch, I added bigger earrings, 'cause why not? Now the question is, which one you liked the most? #titalowbudget
[FR⬇️🇫🇷] On the top of our Ireland bucket list was the Cliffs of Moher 🏔 and the photo definitely says why. As pretty as the cliffs are, I was a bit disappointed by how touristic they are. If I can give you one piece of advice on visiting, it would be to take the pavement on the left and just keep going until you exit the touristic sight. There you will be able to admire the amazing view and feel one with nature. This photo spot was in that area ✨ .
Looking back at the past few weeks with a grateful heart. Encountered some hurdles along the way, but like they say, “challenges won’t be called ‘hurdles’ if there isn’t a way to get OVER them.”
If you focus on the hurt, you will continue to suffer, if you focus on the lesson, you will continue to grow.
12 8213 September, 2019
Titas 💗 (English ⬇️) Además de la hermosa Basílica, en Montmarte hay muchas cosas para ver. Hay varias plazas con artistas y pintores, hay restaurantes, rinconcitos que parecen de película y si caminas un chin más te encuentras con el Boulevard de Clichy, donde está localizado el famoso cabaret Moulin Rouge. El precio de entrada no es muy económico, pero es un show que no te deberías perder. Tienen opciones con comida y bebidas por si te interesa. Al siempre estar lleno, puedes considerar otros cabarets que son excelente y cuestan un chin menos. Esa calle está llena de sex shops, y "massage' places, por si sales de alli con piquiña 🤣🔥. (.) Montmartre is much more than the beautiful Basilica. You can find here a lot of "plazas" with painters/artists, restaurants, movie spots, and if you walk a little further, you can find Boulevard de Clichy. Moulin Rouge is located here, in addition to a lot of sex shops and "massage" places. The entrance is a bit pricey, but the show is worth it. They have options for food and drinks in case you're interested. If they are full, you can always visit other cabarets that are as good as Moulin Rouge and on the cheaper side. There's always an option for any #titalowbudget .
Titas 💗 (English ⬇️)
Montmartre es uno de los barrios de Paris que es un must visitar. Esta situado en una colina y para todo hay que subir una bendita cuesta o escaleras 😰. Es conocido por la Basílica del Sagrado Corazón que como ven en las fotos, es espectacular. ¿Qué te recomiendo? Si no te estas quedando aquí, salgas tempranito por que se llena mucho. Usa el tren como método de transporte y utiliza ropa cómoda y fresca por que 1. no está fácil el cardio que vas a meterle y 2. no se puede estar sudá pa' la foto. (llévate agua) Entrar a la iglesia es libre de costo y la vista es un sueño. Tírate un #titalowbudget y llévate tu propio candado. Allí te cobran +$10. Eso si, llévalo con el mensaje escrito y lo enganchas calladita como quien no quiere ver la cosa 🧞♂️🤣 ¿tienes otros tips? ⬇️ #titalowbudget (. )
Montmartre is a beautiful neighborhood in Paris that you need to visit. It's located in a large hill which means a lot of walking and stairs. It's known for the Basilica of the Sacré-Cour and as you can see in the pics, it's beautiful! My recommendations? If you are not staying here, start your day very early as it can get packed real fast. Use the train (there's a station there) and wear comfy clothes. You don't want to be sweaty in your pics right? (Bring water!!) The entrance to the church is free and the view from there is like a dream. Be a #titalowbudget and bring your own lock. Have it ready, message written and everything, and put it whenever you see a space. Don't be too obvious tho, as there are people there that are selling them (+$10) Do you have any other tips? ⬇️
I'm currently on my first solo travel trip and it's been such a mixed of emotions. * Booking the flight - extremely stress at work needing to get away and bam I spontaneously booked a flight in 3 weeks time, exciting, happiness * A week before flight - pure panic, worried about my safety, wondering why I'd book it, questioning my confidence meeting people, every self doubt you could think of I had. * Day 1 of trip - scared and similar to before but in a foreign country where I can read some of signs due to language. * Day 2 of trip - I survived. I made a friend. I can do this. I remembered to breathe. Slight smile of confidence. * Day 6 of trip, today - tears of happiness. I can not believe I've done this. This trip has been so incredibly emotional. I have gained so much confidence in myself and feel so refreshed! Feeling I deserved this and feeling so much self worth. This trip has truly changed my life. I feel so much gratitude and so thankful for all the people and things in my life. Ive met some amazing person this trip who have put things into perspective for me without even knowing it.
I've always been so scared to travel on my own and never thought I could or would ever do it but can't recommend doing this enough!
Ive laid out goals and ready to smash things out rest of this year!
Would love to hear if any of you have solo traveled before! If not have you thought of doing it?
Beach picture by @sunsetseakers
Welcome to the experience of mystery, myth, intrigue, and magic of Transylvania ... 🧛♂️
26 1,10010 August, 2019
“Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road” 🏞
The Transfăgărășan mountain road offers more than 150 km of spectacular scenery and it’s undoubtedly the best way to uncover Romania: telling people about this amazing place! Probably one of the best roads in the world.
So in the last days I’ve been posting the best shots I had of Romania, and I was confirmed something I was already pretty sure about: this country is so underestimated!
Now several people would ask me, and not once, if these places belong to Italy, Prague, Hungary, etc, and this made me happy on one hand - because it means some of these places have the potential of those countries - and sad on the other - because even if I mentioned the location, people would still not think of Romania. Some surely have never even heard of it.
Now, to be clear, I’m not comparing. I’m well aware about all the flaws this country might have, but what I’d like to underline is that if we’d put aside the negative things we DO know about Romania, if we’d put aside the prejudices like any intelligent person would, we would probably find ourselves discovering beauty.
Because even beauty is part of Romania 🇷🇴👌🏻
37 1,1198 August, 2019
One year in Vienna has been a bless!❤️ Lots of you asked me whether I visited Vienna very often for work or whether I become a full-time blogger now. The answer is no!😜 I actually have a 9 to 5 office job in one of the #UnitedNations agencies in Vienna. And I absolutely love it!☺️ Doing what I am passionate about in a team full of people with open minds and different backgrounds has been the best scenario in my stories,😎👍🏼 let alone all the amazing friends I have made during the year😘💋Also, the perfect work-life balance in Vienna gives me the chance to explore this beautiful city as much as possible!🍸☕️ And naturally, Instagram has become the platform where I can release the little creative animal inside of me🐾 and show you this beautiful world through my lens😊🌹
📍 This photo was taken in one of the most Instagramable places inside the #ViennaInternationalCenter It is covered with colorful national flags around the world.🇦🇹🇨🇳 #UNOV
📸 from my all-time favorite photographer in town: @lulululugallery .
Nature is not a place to visit. It’s home! ⛰
Just a hike away from the famous Bâlea Lake, there’s this peaceful little paradise where the view can be enjoyed in a blissful silence👌🏻
47 1,6975 August, 2019
Bonjour from my favorite neighborhood in Paris! I first discovered Le Marais (and some magical crepes) with @hautesaracha five years ago, and have continued to love it every subsequent trip back to this city. There's something so calming and chic about this area (which includes the former Jewish district of Paris).
This photo was snapped during my most recent Paris trip by the loveliest @thediaryofanomad on our way to Place des Vosges (where we napped on the grass, no joke!), right by Victor Hugo's old home (which is now a museum—there are TONS of museums and galleries here).
Are there any particular neighborhoods in big cities you've visited that you're absolutely in love with?
Dressed by @lulus#lulusambassador#lovelulus 📸: @thediaryofanomad
366 1,55925 July, 2019
If we know where we came from, we may better know where to go.
If we know who we came from, we may better understand who we are 🌳
There’s just something about this place that makes me happy to call this land “home”. 🇷🇴
27 5653 August, 2019
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