Tratando de dominarlo! 🐴🐎 La plaza España de #sevilla es hermosa! Es una combinación de arquitectura española con unos toques árabes. Sobretodo en las porcelanas o azulejos que tiene por dentro. Sinceramente es la plaza más bonita que he visto, más linda que la De San Pedro en el mismísimo Vaticano. #travelstory#sevillaspain#europe#eurotrip#takemeback#todoeslindo
🌟We have exciting news!🌟 . . .... we are .... moving to Anchorage, Alaska next month! Our time in Los Angeles has been amazing. We will definitely miss it, but we can't wait to explore the Last Frontier ⛰😍 We feel so blessed to have this opportunity and I can't wait to share the journey with you guys!
f l o w ➕ I am so grateful we get to do this “life” thing together, one day at a time. We kayaked 6 + miles yesterday along the lovely Hanalei River. We paddled deep into the taro fields, found every cove along the way, then out to the ocean and did it all over again. We work together and play together every single day and yet he still made me laugh so hard that I almost tipped over.
Where to see cherry blossom in Korea? Here's some place you can visit in 2019 to enjoy flowers blooming! 1. Seoul: - Yeongdeungpo Yeouido Spring Flower Festival (6-13 April) - Seokchon Lake Cherry Blossom Festival (6-13 April) - Namsan Park (6-13 April) - Gyeongbeokgung & other palaces (6-13 April) 2. Incheon: - Jayu Park (9-15 April) - Incheon Grand Park (9-15 April) 3. Gangwon-do - Nami Island (13 April-12 Mei) 4. Jeju Island - Jeju Cherry Blossom Festival, Seogwipo (23-30 March) 5. Changwon City (Early April) - Jinhae Gunhangje Festival (Yeojwacheon Stream & Gyeonghwa Station) 6. Busan - Namcheon-dong (26 March-2 April) - Dalmaji-gil Heundae - Igidae Park - Hwangnyeongsan Ring Road - Oncheonchin Stream Park 7. Gyeongju (Early April) - Gyeongju Cherry Marathon (Bomunho Lake) - Donggung Palace - Wolji Pond - Bulguksa Temple 8. Gwangju (Early April) - Junokwon Bamboo Forest (Disclaimer: the date of the festival is forecast prediction, may will not accurate 100%) #akudankorea#kekoreaaja#ktoid#wowkoreasupporters
@gonetogallivant It is that time of year again when we return back to reality after 3 months gallivanting around Asia. This year, we managed to work our way through 2 countries. Yes..2. However, the Philippines and Indonesia boast a silly 24,615 islands and the faff of journeying amongst them was of similar ridiculous magnitude ✈︎ Despite this, after 12 flights, 21 buses of varying population density & similarity to a sauna, 12 boats, 5 trains, a 17 hour car journey, over 3000km on motorbikes as well as countless tuktuks, trikes, taxis, sweaty miles walked in flip-flops to fill in the gaps, we have made our way through 38 unique places ✈︎ Along the way we rode through a thunderstorm so heavy that we wished our motorbike was a motorboat, punted a rat, feigned marriage for fear of religious persecution, became the whitest people ever to attend a Sumatran wedding, almost been thrown from a mountain by a mischievous goat, gone to extreme lengths to procure beer in a Muslim majority country, finally found out what the fuck matcha is, got shatt upon by an owl, felt like we made it when we gave our motorbike to a valet (NB: we definitely haven’t made it), got hit by a drone, stung by one of the world’s most painful nettles, nearly killed a lovely local with Tequila, unwittingly stalked a lethal sea snake, learnt to tolerate spice that belies our skin tone, used a banana leaf umbrella whilst riding a motorbike, actually found Nemo ✈︎ We also cannot contain our excitement at having made it through 3 months of motorbiking in without leaving a thin veneer of our skin on any tarmac. It’s not all good news though. A very serious event occurred half way down Sumatra..Lydia’s ‘Vomit free since 2003’ streak has come to a tragic end. We are very sorry to have to break this news on social media and hope that people will respect our privacy through this tough time ✈︎
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Did you know that there is a corridor known as the Passetto di Borgo that connects St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican to the Castel San Angelo on the banks of the River Tiber in Rome? The construction of this hidden walkway was initiated by Pope Nicholas III as a means of escape as well as protection in case of attack. Parts of the corridor can be walked as part of the castle‘s night tour, and it was also a pivotal feature in Dan Brown’s book Angels and Demons. It was kind of a bit spooky if you ask me. 👻 • Have you visited the Castel San Angelo? Share your experiences 👉🙏 • • •