Ever driven your camper on a beach? 😁
Hands up if you’ve driven on a beach 🙋♀️🙋♂️There’s a few places in Oz where you can tick this off! Fraser Island (QLD), Silver Sands beach (SA) and Cable Beach (WA) are all places you can legally drive at certain times of the day/year. Definitely worth a bit of research before you set off 🚙 Maybe you’ll meet this little guy!
📷 @summerofseventyfive ✌️
402126 days ago
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Meditation your thing? ☮️
Sometimes you need to get away from it all. A little bit of time to yourself can do wonders for your focus and concentration, even if your on holiday 😁 Some of the scenery in NZ offers very special places to chill out and think about the tasks ahead 🙏
📷 @earthpixnz / @swepix_
Spent a few evenings watching mountain ridges being lit on fire as the sun disappeared behind me
141an hour ago
For a month people! 💛
922 hours ago
I get to read my book everyday like this for the next month 😍
1412 hours ago
🗝🔮 I had a panic attack the other night. - I realized I currently have a few hundred dollars to my name, maybe/maybe not enough for a plane ticket “home”, no idea where “home” is, no concrete plans, no certainty where to go next, and basically just no idea what I am doing with my life.
So overall — I’m in the exact same position I’ve been in for the last year.
But for the first time in 381 days I snapped. I totally lost my “chill” and “trust the journey” vibes. I freaked right the fuck out.
For over a year I’ve taken everything I stride; all the freedom, the dwindling funds, all the questions about my future... they have been just part of the experience. I’ve definitely had days of stress, but I talked myself down and remembered it’s all going to work out, all of the time.
That was not me the other night; I was crying and barely able to breath and just kept saying “I NEED SOMETHING DEFINITE.”
It took me just over a year to have that moment. And ya know what? I am really fucking proud of that. Obviously it wasn’t fun, but that panic was a regular occurrence in my earlier life and it’s just not anymore. I know that everything it will work out... even if I don’t know how.
Today I’m feeling more stressed than usual and I am still desperate for answers. But I’ve practiced mindfulness, I’ve talked it out with the people who get it, I’ve come back home to my bed and a grounding place. I have got a hold of myself.
And once again, with the same intensity that has got me through it all before I’m reminding myself:
There are some mornings where we struggle to get out of bed. Maybe we have to get up for work, a meeting, an excursion, an appointment etc. We lay in bed hitting snooze 10 times and try to think of every excuse in the book to skip out, just so we can sleep a couple more hours. But then... there is something inside of us, mentally you are strong, and you decide to do the right thing. You get your ass out of bed and as much as you don’t want to, you do it. And you go and you start your day, you kick ass and complete your goals. Today I got up, and I went muddin through the Sacred Valley.. it started off raining which made the experience way more fun. The views were incredible and I probably had black teeth from muddin with a huge smile on my face. Its moments like these I am grateful to wake my ass up, to explore the world and try every adventure I can. Not to mention, I now have the rest of my day to do whatever I please with no regrets of slacking. Today is an amazing day and I can never stop saying how much I love you Peru, no matter how many times I come here, there is always more to see! Happy Friday everyone, I hope you kick some ass today :) and thanks to my wonderful friend @mauricevisa2 for hooking this up for me today!!! It was incredible :) #peru#sacredvalley#exploreperu#southperu#travel#solo#solobackpacker#worldnomads#nomad#happy#feliz#teamoperu#contigoperu#incas#history#nature#beautiful#natural
Немножко надломилось. Интересно, что могло спровоцировать такой разлом?
A little broken. I wonder what could have provoked such a rift?
108215 hours ago
The Galtaji Temple in Jaipur is dedicated to the Hindu monkey god, Hanuman, and its home to a colony of monkeys! 🐒⠀
Don’t forget we have 10% off our Ultimate India Tour running until the end of January, so you could meet this mischievous bunch yourself! 🙈⠀
📸 : @rjphotography2149
Alhamdulillah, perjalanan tunggal saya kembali terealisasi. Dengan memilih Krabi, Phuket, dan KL sebagai destinasi. Ini adalah kali ke tiga, setelah sebelumnya di tahun 2015 (Sgp & KL) dan 2016 (Lombok). Bisa dibilang pengalaman sebelumnya benar-benar berguna bagi perjalanan saya kemarin mulai dari menyusun itinerary, estimasi waktu dan pengeluaran, serta yang paling penting yaitu mental.
Menapakkan kaki di tempat-tempat asing, bertemu orang-orang baru, dan menjadi independen atas diri kita sendiri hanyalah sekelumit hal positif dari sebuah perjalanan tunggal. Karena sejatinya masih banyak lagi hal-hal positif baik besar ataupun kecil yang bisa didapatkan dari sebuah perjalanan tunggal. Dan jika ada yang berasumsi bahwa perjalanan tunggal adalah sesuatu yang aneh, membosankan, atau berbahaya, maka itu hanya berlaku bagi mereka yang takut atau bahkan tidak bisa memulainya.
Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths. These ruins are incredible, the original construction of the complex started around 65 AD, taking approximately 300 years to finish. When visiting today you even get to taste the mineral water that runs from the only natural hot springs in England.
36112 hours ago
Praia de Monte Clérigo. Looks like photo from Mars. Spectacular nature. @surfshanti_lodge
4 things that I learned from traveling
(thoughts from a millenial Filipina) part 1
As one quote goes, "Traveling is the only thing you buy that makes you richer." 1. Kahit hindi ka rich kid, makakapag-travel ka. Nasa disiplina at tamang pag-iipon lang 'yan. (You don't have to be rich to travel)
I was not born with a silverspoon in my mouth. For this reason, it still amazes me that a "Buk ID" or a probinsyana like me from the Highlands of Bukidnon was able to travel to different places. I've visited some provinces in the Philippines (to name a few: Cebu, Bohol, Dumaguete, Siquijor, Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur, Davao, North Cotabato, Palawan, etc.). I also traveled some SEA countries like Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand.
As a Filipino, I grew up with the notion of traveling is just pure luxury and leisure- it's not practical. That for those who dream about it since they were a kid, makes it as not on top of their priority. The biggest factor is... money.
However, when I went to my first trip abroad and research about travel budget guides/blogs, the more I discover that we can travel without making a hole to our pocket. I even realized that it is much cheaper in other countries compared in the Philippines (in some aspects). 2. You will learn cultures and beliefs that is far different from yours
Traveling will really open doors for you that you don't even know existed and that door is your mind. It will make you as an open minded person. No matter what culture and beliefs of the people are; no matter what are the differences, the only language that people should cultivate are RESPECT, KINDNESS and LOVE.