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Throwing back to that time I went to Universal Orlando in May-- immediately after this photo was taken I flipped over my tube and fell into the pool, thus soaking my black girl magic-ness in chlorine (oh, the things they don't usually tell you on Instagram)... Thank goodness I no longer have a relaxer and I was in the shallow end of the pool 😂. Anyway, currently reclaiming my time here now, albeit in a less tropical fashion. Peep my IG stories...😁
INFORMAL POLL: Can you swim? I was a card carrying member of the "stereotypical black girl who doesn't swim club" for decades until my husband got me private lessons for a birthday one year. I'm still not at it, but getting there. Thinking of doing more lessons in the new year!
“When we arrived in Indonesia, we had been traveling non-stop for eight months. We had done our fair share of snorkeling in the crystal-clear waters of Asia, but our aquatic experience in this Southeast Asian nation was far different than the rest of our travels'. There, we witnessed underwater statues. Though we later learned that they represent the circle of life, at the time, they simply gave a mysterious quality to the water — something we had never encountered before. Looking back, I can't help but recognize how many incredible experiences these islands have given us, and now I can't stop thinking about the next time I visit!”
📷@gomeetshare 📍Gili Meno, Indonesia 🇮🇩
4:30 am is bullish!t. Let’s be real clear here. There’s only a few reasons you get up that early. 1. You’ve been up all night, and usually someone in your group is asking “Well? Should we call the guy?” And 9/10 you say “No, we ran out at the perfect time. Need to sleep... but let’s watch the sunrise. Then go to sleep.” 2. You deliberately wake up for the sunrise. This is a deliberate sunrise photo. It sucks, waking up that early, but sometimes it’s totally worth it. Somehow seeing those colours makes you wanna really enjoy the day. Good or bad, cause you got to see the most beautiful start of the day. Now I’m rambling... where was I? Oh, Right! Sunrises are awesome as fuck! have a great day peeps! 🤙🏼❤️
“Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of the earth.”
I wasn’t able to take my hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia today due to weather (it was too windy), so I spent the day exploring caves more ancient than yesterday’s. Here I am in Pigeon Valley. The ancient Hittite’s carved small holes for pigeon homes so they could collect their droppings and use them as fertilizer and explosives. Although the locals no longer farm the droppings, the pigeons still occupy the homes of this valley. Check out my stories to get a peak inside a Hittite cave city, and don’t forget to follow @sophistaratchet.nomad to stay plugged in to my 1 month journey through Turkey, Sudan, Ethiopia, and Djibouti! #pigeon#caves#ancient
The Old House Gulmit.
This is centuries old house, remained the summer palace for the Mirs of Hunza, it is well known for its ornately carved door and windows. It is believed that this building is the oldest house in Gulmit and it stands as a symbol of the ancient Wakhi culture. In 1998 Karakoram Area Development Organization - KADO established a Carpet Center named as The Korgah Gulmit Carpet Center in this building; where women artisans make beautiful carpets from the wool of goats, sheep and yaks.
Number of women artists are working here and are supporting their families by selling the carpets to foreigners and local tourists.
Aziza is the head of this center. She says it takes around 4-5 months to make a single carpet.
Gulmit Carpet Center, Gojal Valley.
Hunza, Gilgit Baltistan.