“A true cultural immersion - the perfect blend of traditional game drives and unique cultural experiences with the Maasai - an unforgettable trip” ♥️🌿🦁
At @nchiragtrips all our journeys to East Africa are guided by 3c’s - Care of the Land, Care of the Wildlife and Care of the People and are tailored for an authentic experience of spotting the Big 5 along with an intimate experience with the emblematic tribes 🐾💫
Until we can take you there again #travelfromhome#traveltoafrica
Next stop Bryce Canyon... famous for its unique geological rock formations. Due to the cooperative forces of freezing and thawing, the limestone and sandstone formations are slowly eroded and form the so-called hoodoos. From Bryce point we enjoyed a magnificent view over the canyon....
Eyeglasses, platform shoes and uncorseted dresses were all outlandish Venetian fashions that critics sniffed would never be worn by respectable Europeans. Venetians are used to setting trends, whether it be with controversial artwork in the Punta della Dogana, racy operas at La Fenice or radical new tech start-ups challenging Silicon Valley giants. On a smaller scale, this unconventional creative streak finds vibrant expression in the showrooms of local artisans where you can find custom-made red-carpet shoes, purses fashioned from silk-screened velvet, and glass jewels brighter than semiprecious stones. In a world of cookie-cutter culture, Venice’s originality still stands out. #LiveLifeCheckingin#MyTravelution 🛫 . . . . .
Miss the sunsets in the mountains...
The times when sun was our best friend to avoid the cold weather.
How the times have changed!!!
Here we are siting in our homes and hoping for a better world.
Let's hope and pray for a better world.
Rotterdam was an impromptu plan. .
A near contrast of Amsterdam. A very modern city, as they had to rebuild most of it because of a near-complete destruction of the city centre in the World War II Rotterdam Blitz
As the car drove across the Golden Gate Bridge and I strolled along Fisherman’s Wharf, it reminded me I was far from home, at the farthermost tip of the Western world, a city known to me only from books and films and dreams.
But after I headed the beach, the view, the sunset and the ocean, was so familiar to me like my hometown, on the other side of Pacific Ocean, I felt so comfortable and touching when standing in front of the ocean.
I took the pic because the view was so stunning and the emotions I felt at that time was hard to describe in words. Tears welled up in my eyes as I held back my tears. You have to visit there and hopefully you’ll feel the same as me.