Cuando tenía 10 años vi a una orca por primera vez... en Sea World 🤦🏽♀️🤷🏼♀️ en aquel tiempo hacer turismo responsable era menos popular. Hoy en día no creo que llevaría a mis sobrinas a un parque así. Por eso me gusta toda la información que existe hoy en día para tomar decisiones conscientes y responsables.
Me encantaría ver estos hermosos animales en su hábitat natural, pero bueno, por lo pronto me conformo con este mural 😂
When I was 10 years old I saw a killer whale for the first time ... at Sea World 🤦🏽♀️🤷🏼♀️at that time responsible tourism was less popular. Today I don’t t think I would take my nieces to a park like that. That's why I like all the information that exists today so we can make conscious and responsible decisions.
I would love to see these beautiful animals in their natural habitat, but hey, for now I am satisfied with this mural 😂
Memories from our honeymoon where we spent a week out in nature with just each other, our safari guide, and the sounds of wildlife. We are so blessed to have these opportunities that so few will ever get the chance to have. But we also remember that the easier option was staying home where things are comfortable and secure... but that is not the kind of life we’re after. I’d rather live 100 days bravely and boldly than 100 years complacently. After all, tomorrow isn’t guaranteed... so what are you going to do with today?
5414 hours ago
Just around the corner from Wanda Reign on the Bund (the hotel I’ve been staying at for the last 3 nights) is the fabulous Bund Financial Center, designed by Heatherwick Studio.
Its exterior is veiled with three moving layers, or curtains, of vertical, gold/bronze-coloured, stainless steel pipes. These hang from the third floor and move along tracks powered by electric motors. For a few hours each day, these layers slowly rotate around the building to music.
The design was inspired by traditional Chinese theatre curtains.
The gold finish on the draped pipes and exterior is done via a process called physical vapour deposition, to produce its unique gold vibrancy. ✨ #shanghai
I’ve seen so many incredibly breathtaking places in my life, but till this day I still can’t believe how unreal this place was. It was like something out of a movie💕✨
So the place where my last 3 photos were taken is actually at my Airbnb in the easternmost corner of Bali (Amlapura). We stayed in the little village of Amed and it was the most beautiful, peaceful and serene place I’ve ever been to. It’s about 3 1/2-4 hours away from the center, so it’s quite far from everything. However, for this very reason, it is not crowded or touristy at all. If you want a place where you can really disconnect and relax this is it. Imagine waking up to this everyday?!
You follow me, but do you actually know me? ⠀
Saw @heleneinbetween do this a couple of weeks ago and love the idea! (SWIPE) This is my "Kara Starter Pack", basically me, wrapped up into a few images. 👗🧀📚🐈🛩📷 What's in your starter pack?
12225 hours ago
Maras Antik Tuz Havuzlari , Peru.
Maras Salt Mines, Peru. 💗
Peru gezi yazisi cok yakinda blogumda!!
2125 hours ago
“I could live here..”
-me visiting any castle in England👑
It’s time to start signing up for our local, one-day retreat on Lake Lansing!! Join Karilynn and Shelby for a morning yoga class followed by mantra and acoustic guitar. Sip on coffee while connecting with your community. Enjoy plant-based snacks from local stores. We can’t wait to share the love in our home state! Link in bio to sign up 💕
435 hours ago
Taken during a rare quiet moment in the Dominican Republic 🇩🇴// I just came back from another short but sweet 3 day trip to Mexico (check my stories!) and I’ve been thinking a lot about time, travel & what @galadarling wrote about extracting joy in everyday moments. When I’m in a foreign country for work, I’m usually only there for a few (very busy) days. The hotels typically want you to experience what a guest would on a week long vacation...in 48 hours 😂. So, while getting to see, do & eat all the things is really fun & I’m super grateful for these experiences, it’s not always super relaxing.
Usually the day is jam packed with activities followed by a couple of hours of free time when I actually get to chill out and/or take a much needed nap (however, my mind is usually preoccupied with how I’m going to craft this experience into a story or capture the next great photo of @joe_the_intern). .
With that said, travelling on a tight schedule has taught me how to extract as much joy & pleasure possible out of small moments like the one captured above. Don’t believe Instagram. I’m NOT permanently on vacation, but I am getting to experience these micro vacation moments in very small, intense increments & that’s kind of rad 😎
2145 hours ago
finlandiya’da yazlar kısa olabilir ama güneş geç battığı için geceleri aydınlık oluyor ve daha uzun gibi hissettiriyor ✨🌿