What a frame 😍 you can spot the volcano Togariro on the background !
Life has never been so closed to perfection.
I guess it’s part of the game to have something missing you can’t always get what you want as The Rolling Stones we’re singing 😝
Fisher men cruising on one of the hundreds puddles in Majuli Island, in Assam, India. This island is one of the biggest river islands of the world. It home to 160 000 people and a unique culture preserved by monks living in the remaining Satras. It might disappear in the next two decades due to erosion. Every year when the moosoon comes, this island suffers from massive floods. 🔸🛶🍃🔹 #Majuli#assam#india#fisherman#travellingindia
Restless tonight so here’s a throwback to some lush “delicious monsters” (actual name!) in Bermuda this month. I had these in my wedding bouquet and under our wedding cake, and in my mind they taste like cream cheese frosting and I-do. 😋🍰👰
Discover your purpose..pursue it with passion.
Wadi Rum 🇯🇴
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The Geoffroy Spider Monkey (or Black-handed Monkey) is one of four New World Monkey species in Costa Rica. Due to destruction of habitat and hunting they are now limited to small areas and work is being done to restore the population. Seeing this mother with her young on a protected island was heartwarming evidence that the numbers are growing! They were a lot of fun to watch and photograph from the boat. 🙏🐒
Sunset from Reefs End Lodge, Tobacco Caye, Belize✨
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After several days filled with endless adventure, Sunday was a day the whole team had anticipated. We made it to the coastline of Dangriga and enjoyed a cool, refreshing soda before piling into the boat that would take us to the island of Tobacco Caye. It felt almost too good having the salty water splash our faces with the sun shining down, warming our bodies.
As we approached the island, it didn’t take long to realize this was something of a dreamy paradise.
We spent the day, along with the next several days, relaxing in hammocks which hung over the waters edge, reading books while sitting at the end of the pier, snorkeling our hearts away, and spent a day out on the boat learning to hand-line fish.
We saw the most beautiful of fish during our snorkeling adventures, sharks, breathtaking coral, sea urchins, and even witnessed a stingray eating a barracuda!
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Parque Nacional Tikal, the City of Calcium: given the name “Tikal” for its calcium-rich walls of limestone, located in the northern jungle of Guatemala. In order to be defined as a jungle, the area must contain more than 15 species of trees and plants. Tikal is home to 105 different species of trees and over 100 species of plants! The rich and varying vegetation growth is stimulated by 100 inches of annual rainfall combined with an endless amount of sunshine.
We spent the day hiking under Spider Monkeys, the second largest monkey in the Americas, as they swung through the trees using all of their limbs, in addition their tail! The first largest monkey in the Americas is the Howler Monkey, which we didn’t have the opportunity to see but certainly heard on a handful of occasions. The Spider Monkeys are much more active than the Howlers; Spider Monkeys move very quickly and are active at most times of the day; whereas, the Howler monkeys will typically spend the entirety of their day up in one single tree!
We gathered an array of information during our hike through Tikal, gained appreciation for the history and belief systems of the Mayans, and enjoyed the nature surrounding us. We even saw three toucans and some really cool lizards!
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Waited patiently for the sun to hit the top of the mountain for this golden horizon 🌅
a glimpse of my world
HongKong was unexpectedly one of my most favourite cities in Asia, so vibrant and buzzing. I really enjoyed the unique vibes of each island and the accessibility between them. You can ride the subway out of the city for 15 minutes and end up at a beautiful trail like this
My favourite part was doing it all with my friend @moana_ho 💙
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