It's been so hot lately and our air conditioning is not working.
That's just great.
It makes me dream of going back to cool places we've visited just like Kobe where we had to take the cable car up a mountain.
I guess going in October also helped, but nonetheless, I can visualize how the weather was pretty nice after rainy days prior to our arrival.
We are starting to think about where to travel next (maybe next year?)
Let me know where you would love to visit in the comments below.
🇵🇹 Counting down the days.. September 21-27th can’t come soon enough! We have an incredible week planned for you. Imagine paragliding, mountain biking along the coast, go-carting through Lisbon, surf lessons, private sailboat, day trip to Sintra palace, epic workouts visiting multiple different gyms, gorgeous villa, endless good vibes and insanely delicious food.. not to mention the lifelong friendships you’ll make. ☀️ Sounds pretty amazing right?!
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🏙 Partien Dom. 📌 The former Bulgarian Communist Party Headquarter is now used by National Assembly in Sofia, Bulgaria 🇧🇬
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Last year I was in Cuba 🇨🇺 I’m reflecting on our current pandemic situation and how it has changed our travel plans. I used to tell everyone “Don’t miss out and regret not taking advantage of the opportunity to travel.” It’s moments like these I’m grateful to have traveled to over 20 countries. It’s been a cool journey. Don’t worry the day and opportunity will come again. .
The views, the village & the life as is!😊 Somewhat secluded, a little bit isolated & a whole lot of extraordinary. goFolks explore Dhermi in person or online with its locals.✨...Credit for the footage belongs to @almacupi_histori_shqiptare
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The best part about airports lies in what they symbolize. Airports are places of bookends: new beginnings and long-awaited endings, arrivals and departures, hellos and goodbyes. We start in one city to end in another hundreds of thousands of miles away. You enter from a desert and exit into winter. In from familiarity, out into something completely foreign. Or vice versa. An airport is a place of transit, and not just geographically. I wish there was some sort of time-lapse to show how people change between departures and arrivals. When I arrive back from being away, I’m never the same person as when I left.
50 years ago Dubai was just a little town in the middle of the desert. 🤎
In just over two decades, the city has transformed from a desert backwater port to a thriving metropolis with the third-most skyscrapers in the world. Before oil was discovered in Dubai it was a little more than a port city in the desert. Dubai has now grown to a mega city full of sky scrapers and luxury boutiques. 💁♀️
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The meticulous and painstakingly detailed work on constructing this interior masterpiece took 40 years to complete.✨
Saint Isaac's Cathedral was originally built as a cathedral, but was turned into a museum by the Soviet government in 1931 and has remained a museum ever since.
Once you enter the main dome, one thing's for sure, your neck will ache from looking up for too long! 😅 #wheninSPB 🇷🇺
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1 out of more than 3,000,000 works of art in the collection of State Hermitage Museum.
📌TRIVIA: If you decide to carefully admire 🧐 each artefact for 1 minute, spending 8 hours in this museum everyday, it will take you a whopping 25 years to explore every artefact in here. Would you dare? #wheninSPB 🇷🇺
🖼: Alexander I of Russia by F. Kruger (1837)