Tejuíno is a cold beverage made from fermented corn and popularly consumed in the Mexican state of Jalisco. Tejuino is usually made from corn dough, the same kind used for tortillas and tamales. The dough is mixed with water and piloncillo (cone-shaped unrefined cane sugar) and boiled until the liquid is very thick. The liquid is then allowed to ferment very slightly. The resulting drink is generally served cold, with lime juice, a pinch of salt and a scoop of shaved ice or lime sorbet.
went tubing at Lake Louise and it was one of the happiest & magical days of my life. you can’t really see my face on this pic, but i was smiling my heart out and mostly wincing my eyes since i can’t see for shit because of the sun and snow 🌫✨🌨💛
A picture speaks a thousand words and yet could never do reality justice.💯
Real talk...I know a lot of people who haven’t traveled much,🌏 who are intimidated by the effort international travel requires,✈️🚇⛴ who are quite frankly scared of going somewhere so incredibly different from what they know,🤯 and a lot of people who are convinced by their auto-pilot excuses of why they can’t.❌ I receive messages often saying, “I wish I could...” or “...dream life”, or “...someday.”
This isn’t about judgement, this is about encouragement.📣 Someday doesn’t exist, and it creates a huge gap between you and what you want now. The dream life DOES exist, and it’s waiting for you to step into it.💫 Everything you wish you could do, is possible when you focus on solutions.💯The world is a beautifully bright place and it’s full of friendly people and mind blowing places. Nothing stands in your way to explore the reality behind the pictures and create an adventure that dreams are made of.🤸🏽♂️ If there is somewhere you want to go, but have never traveled big, HMU and I will be happy to lend some advice. 💖