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  • Google reminded me again today about this day last year and I think it is hinting at me that I need to take a vacay soon 😉#ineedavacation
  • Google reminded me again today about this day last year and I think it is hinting at me that I need to take a vacay soon 😉 #ineedavacation
  • 40 1 15 hours ago

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  • Though I spent less than 24 hours in this beautiful city, I have some of the sweetest memories there. I met up with a friend at the Pizza del Duomo...
  • Though I spent less than 24 hours in this beautiful city, I have some of the sweetest memories there. I met up with a friend at the Pizza del Duomo, who then gave me a walking tour of the city centre with anecdotes from her earlier trips with friends and family. We ate some of best pasta con pesto e pomodoro, which she complained wasn’t all that great because the area we were in was touristy and that it wasn’t the real Italian flavour. We then met with her friends from school who were gushing over their chance meeting with Harry Styles after a concert the previous night! As we walked through the city in the brisk spring air, I swear I couldn’t have thought of a better way to spend the day! Thank you @anna__testa @franci_ybmh ♥️ •April, 2019•
  • 118 4 16 hours ago

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  • An idea which can change your life is "Reinvent yourself everyday"
  • An idea which can change your life is "Reinvent yourself everyday"
  • 326 21 yesterday
  • My Travel Looks😊,... #weekendvibes #weekendgetaway Naah... Photo few weeks ago... If ever u want fancy weekend hashtags, feed the mind with happen...
  • My Travel Looks😊,... #weekendvibes #weekendgetaway Naah... Photo few weeks ago... If ever u want fancy weekend hashtags, feed the mind with happening weekend in media, and feel negative about ur life....Read this... There was no weekend may be a hundred year's ago...Yes, Weekend is a British Rule... #Courtesy Indian culture and calendar had Holiday around new moon and Amavasya. It's like every fortnight a holiday of some 3days, a day prior and a day after...Cos of effects of vibrations and gravitational forces on body, it was better to rest... Britishers had to offer prayers on Sunday and hence concept of weekend was imposed.No iam not offensive about Sunday ritualistic prayer, Cos my Religion and Culture teaches me ,not to disrespect others belief about their rituals...Does ur Religion teaches you the same? Far my religion has borne trauma, seen devastation cos of Intruders who we treated them asGuest... Atiti Devobhava ..Still Hinduism survived... Continuing.... Education system in my country, where 5 year old learn writes so much...My own baby, learning life cycle of creations since a month😊... Norway owes the best education system in Europe, kids attend school from age of 6 years... In India u would be Graduated by max 24 years, U know how it's in other ... Just check if not .. This early graduation,has lot of health hazards.Iam tiny profs,who won't make any difference, but want to this piece of information.. Britishers wanted Indians to reach a stage to work early, and this whole system was implemented by them.. So that labour class consists of young age group.... Look at their own education system, it's never the way in India.. Don't blame my Country, Be Proud, Pay Respect not in words but in 💓... Iam proud of my country. Iam proud of being Indian, Short Dark and Economic still developing yet proud. #indiangirl #indian #indiantraveler #traveldairies #travelphotography
  • 57 1 yesterday
  • Love goes very far beyond the physical person of the beloved. It finds its deepest meaning in his spiritual being, his inner self. Whether or not h...
  • Love goes very far beyond the physical person of the beloved. It finds its deepest meaning in his spiritual being, his inner self. Whether or not he is actually present, whether or not he is still alive at all, ceases somehow to be of importance. Set me like a seal upon thy heart, love is as strong as death. ~ Man's search for Meaning.
  • 60 15 2 days ago
  • 🇦🇪 مرحبا دبي.
Marhabaan Dubai 🌴
📸: @aishu_raman
  • 🇦🇪 مرحبا دبي. Marhabaan Dubai 🌴 📸: @aishu_raman
  • 102 5 2 days ago
  • "I quit my corporate job to travel full-time", "How to quit your job to travel full-time?", "How I escaped 9-5 and been on the road ever since". So...
  • "I quit my corporate job to travel full-time", "How to quit your job to travel full-time?", "How I escaped 9-5 and been on the road ever since". Sound familiar? Yes, this is almost everyone I follow on Instagram. It's in all articles about travel that make you feel like crap for slaving away at jobs in front of computers. Its intention is to make travel look glamorous, easy, and ultimately, "normal". No, it's not always glamorous. It's never easy and there's no such thing as normal. It's not kittens and rainbows, I'll tell you that. . . These articles perpetuate the idea that everyone should travel. And it's always a simple decision. NO, it's not. Almost in all of these posts and articles, the comments section invariably look the same. Comments from disgruntled people who often say that it's not easy to drop everything and travel. Some of them have jobs because of other responsibilities and commitments. Some of them have kids. Some of them have spouses who don't like to travel. Some of us have dogs(like me). Some of them are afraid to leave their life behind because too much is at stake. . It also does not mean you can't do it. You CAN have a full-time job and travel. But, there's no one simple formula for travel. I'm able to travel because I don't shop, I don't own anything, I don't have a vehicle or a house. I'm able to travel because I have someone to watch my dogs. I'm able to travel because I save up on all my vacations at work and take off once a year. . . Don't let anyone make you feel bad for the choices you've made. Not everyone can chase the travel dream. It's hard most of the times. But it's worth it. Always! . . "The red bridge" dedicated to General Tran Hung Dao, who defeated the Mongols in the 13th century. . . #DameTraveler #TravelingLadies #TheTravelWomen, #WomenWhoExplore #WomenWhoTravel #vietnam #hanoi #hochiminh #solobackpacker #backpackinggirls #womenwhobackpack #solotravels #travelvietnam #letskeepitwild #vietnamtravel #backpackersaroundtheworld #indiantraveler #solofemaletraveler #roamtheplanet #traveladdict #instatravel #soloadventure #sheexplores #southeastasia #exploreasia #thetravelwomen  #girldiscovers #indianblogger #wandermore
  • 71 10 2 days ago