Blue lagoon, Vang Vieng, Laos.
Vang Vieng divides opinion amongst travellers. It is either a beautifully serene, small, riverside town blessed with amazing mountain views or a tourist hellhole filled with young, loud backpackers wasted on drugs and booze. So, what is the truth about Vang Vieng?
Melayang gemulai lalu meluncur pelan dengan frekuensi kepakan sayap yang jarang. Sesekali mengepakkan sayapnya dengan gerakan yang gemulai dan luwes. Lebih sering hinggap pada bunga atau dedaunan daripada terbang.
Sang kupu kupu hinggap dengan anggun, sayap dibuka lebar-lebar untuk menampakkan kecantikan sayap dalamnya yang bertekstur laksana beludru dan sesekali dikepak-kepakkan dengan pelan.
Ketinggian terbangnya rendah karena memang lebih menyukai hidup pada lahan terbuka yang berumput atau bersemak-semak.
𝙅𝙪𝙣𝙤𝙣𝙞𝙖 𝙖𝙩𝙡𝙞𝙩𝙚𝙨 atau grey pansy nama kupu kupu yang indah itu 😉
Sahabat juga bisa menemukan kupu kupu indah ini di TWA Pulau Bakut lho 😊
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Why do colours matter ? I mean look at these buildings ? Everyone loves taking pictures of a street full of colourful buildings, it makes the street so special no ? Well, I think races, religions and cultures are like these buildings they are different but put together they create a wonderful world, a stronger community and a beautiful harmony! 🌈 .
Many, many times, I’ve felt different and not fitting in because of my background. I’ve felt I had to change in order to be a “better arab, a different arab” so I can be more accepted and melt into the societies Ive lived in as a young adult. And this created many conflicts in my own mind and a kind of identity crisis until I realised that actually being different is a luxury, sometimes it even means being a better human. My mix of cultures have made me aware of so many things around the world, it also made me accept people for who they are, speak 5 languages, be curious of others, their backgrounds, traditions, cultures. Unfortunately for a long time we’ve been brought up thinking that one race has all the privileges and the rights and that we must fit in within it to succeed in life but it’s not... In order to be less “racists” towards each other’s, we have to start by accepting that we are all different even within a same country and we do deserve to give and receive the same respect. I always say if people were a bit more curious they will find out that we have so much in common although being in different parts of the world but misconceptions and cliches have biased our idea of the world. Media do play a bad role in this too, I’ve noticed it when I moved to Europe, the information related to my countries were most of the times completely wrong and unfair and showing only one part of the story... .
There I was (fourth in row) – in front of the Western Wall. As I stood in front of Judaism's holiest prayer site, where the air is electric and worshippers recite scriptures, lay their hands on 2000-year-old stone. People leaning against the wall in meditative prayer, some with arms around each other, deeply emotional. There lives so much history in the stones, if only they could talk!