Lost in the lush tropical forest of Phong Nha National Park 🤩
Can you spot me?
Taken just few minutes before entering Hang En, 3rd largest cave in the world :)
In a few hours I will post first photos from our 22km long hike through this amazing Vietnamese scenary, during the tour that lasted 2 days - so come back and check out my stories soon!
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As I write this, Rhonda and Katie fly over the Atlantic, returning home for Rhonda’s much awaited liver-duct stent removal and endoscopic ultrasound tomorrow (Tuesday) morning.
She needs your prayers now more than ever, prayers for a healthy outcome and diagnosis. She has fought like no one I’ve ever seem over the past few weeks to cleanse and feed her body, mind and spirit in the healthiest way possible in order to battle problems she experienced last month with her liver, gallbladder and bile-duct.
She is a remarkable, tough, kind and courageous woman, mother, wife, daughter, sister and friend to all those who know her. Be strong Rhonda. We love and admire you! #faith#miracles
The dunes are a wild place to camp. It started peacefully with little wind and a beautiful sunset... 🌞⛺️
Once the sun went down the winds got crazy.🌪 We planned to have a camp fire, but our chairs almost blew away and we got so much sand in our eyes. We hid in our tent and watched Aladdin instead!
The next morning we woke up with a layer of sand on our bodies! 😂
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No tech stuff this time. Just coffee, bridges and lots of people after the same photo.
El Caminito is located at La Boca neighborhood in Buenos Aires and it's one of the most touristic places in Argentina. 🇦🇷 You can only imagine why as it's a very colorful and pretty area, with dancers dancing tango almost in every restaurant of the area. 💃🏻 But, do you know why this area became originally famous? Because it inspired Juan de Dios Filiberto to write a very famous tango called of course, Caminito, which in Spanish means little walkway. 🎶
P. S.: Looking at this picture now I realised how much I miss my tan! ☀️ So happy it's warm and sunny in London so I can try to get some of it back!
A royal cremation today here in Ubud, Bali. Quite the experience. Preparations started weeks ago; lots of locals built these giant bulls, ornamented structures, and a big tower. The body of the deceased woman was placed high in the big tower which was carried by a lot of men from the royal palace to the cemetery about a kilometer away. There she was placed inside one of the bulls which eventually was set on fire after some rituals. It was a very public event, lots of people in the streets and no one seemed to care that I was there shooting everything I could. People were actually posing for me. Also, it was quite interesting to see that most people were smiling. I didn't see one person shed a tear.