When walking your own path, make the choice of gratitude. By fearlessly accepting everything (good and bad) which is happening to us, we make progress, little by little, towards something bigger and more wonderful than our current situation ⚡️
Travel tip: the Islands are a British territory, so like Britain, driving is on the left side of the road. There’s a main road which runs the course of the island, making it easy to travel from coast to coast, and the entire island can be driven in about an hour. The Airbnb I stayed at also offered car rentals and organizing day trips, which was perfect for getting around! Not advertised was this absolutely stunning view of the beach, just steps from my back door 🚪 🌊
Bursa Palace is a building in Bucharest , built between 1906 and 1912 , according to the plans of the architect Stefan Burcuș . Starting with 1955, it became the headquarters of the Central State Library of the National Library of Romania . In 2008 the building was relocated to the rightful owner, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Municipality of Bucharest.
The one who first discussed the need to build a headquarters for the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Bucharest in a central area was King Carol I in 1904, at the suggestion of George G. Assan. The architect chosen by the competition was Stefan Burcuș, and the resistance structure was designed by the engineer Gogu Constantinescu , the bricks being able to withstand a load of 150 kg / cm 2 and the floors to be made of reinforced concrete. The style is French neoclassical, with pillars and columns in Corinthian style . The architect Stefan Burcuș is also owed the Palace of Arts, built by Engineer E. Grant, the Royal Pavilion, the Administrative Palace in Craiova (the current Prefecture) and the Episcopal Cathedral in Galați , designed in collaboration with Arch. Petre Antonescu . -------------------------------------------------------------------
根據建築師斯特凡·伯庫（Stefan Burcuș）的計劃，伯薩宮（Bursa Palace）是布加勒斯特的一棟建築，建於1906年至1912年之間。從1955年開始，它成為羅馬尼亞國家圖書館中央州立圖書館的總部。2008年，該建築物移交給了布加勒斯特市的合法所有人工商會。
1904年，在喬治·G·阿桑（George G. Assan）的提議下，首先討論了在中部地區建立布加勒斯特工商會總部的必要性的人是卡羅爾一世。競賽中選擇的建築師是Stefan Burcuș，阻力結構是由工程師Gogu Constantinescu設計的，磚頭能夠承受150 kg / cm 2的負載，地板由鋼筋混凝土製成。風格是法國新古典主義風格，柱子和柱子採用科林斯風格。建築師斯特凡·伯庫（Stefan Burcuș）也被欠藝術宮由工程師E.格蘭特（Grant），皇家館，克拉約瓦（當前州）的行政宮和加拉西（Galați）的主教大教堂共同建造，由大公彼得雷·昂託內斯庫（Petre Antonescu）共同設計。
This still has to be one of my favorite little surprise photo spots I found on my Balkan road trip last summer ❤
It was SO unbelievably hot those days on Kotor Bay in Montenegro and I was barely keeping it together with the heat 🥵
And then I found this cute little stairway, and it seemed like the perfect opportunity both to get away from the crowds for a moment AND sit down 😅
Have you ever been to Perast or Kotor Bay? What did you think? Let me know in the comments! 👇🏼
*Museum of Broken Relationship*💔 This Museum is dedicated to failed relationships, Includes personal objects leftover from former lovers with brief explanation.
Visitors can also donate things.
There is also an interactive part of the museum in which visitors can store their objects or messages, or record their confessions in a restricted and intimate space.💔 ______________________________________________________
Anyone else have a weird obsession with seeing laundry hanging? No? Just me?
Olympos, Turkey // Chefchaouen, Morocco // Perast, Montenegro // Paros, Greece // Kotor, Montenegro // Porto, Portugal // Kotor, Montenegro
This trip to Africa has been one of my most difficult trips so far. It’s been so tough on me both physically & emotionally that it’s forced me to reevaluate what the hell I’m doing.
As you can see here I fried my skin pretty bad. I put on lots of sunblock but this African sun didn’t care. My skin was in fire for days & it’s been peeling off now.
On this trip I have also ended up in the hospital puking & with a high fever. That hospital trip shook me. It sucks to be alone & so sick. In fact, I’m just tired in general of being alone so much.
After almost 3 years of full-time solo travels I’m completely burnt out. Most of my friends & family tell me that my travels are incredible but the truth is that much of this is far from incredible. I just took an 8 hour bus packed with people & without air conditioning across the border from Tanzania to Arusha. I was practically coughing up a lung because I’m still so sick & had to hold back from puking. Does that seem incredible? Hell no lol.
Then when I got off the bus I had to stand on the side of the street & wait for my Uber for about 15 minutes. In that time I got into arguments with two different men who wouldn’t leave me alone & wouldn’t take no for an answer. Check out my stories for more about these all too common scenarios that I experience as a solo female traveler.
I’m not sharing this to complain only to EXPLAIN. There’s enough nonsense on Instagram from travelers making this lifestyle look like it’s only glamorous. I know I’m so privileged to be able to travel but I’m also a realist & I want to tell you it’s not one big vacation. I don’t have a lot of money & don’t travel in luxury. Traveling solo long-term like this is the most difficult thing I’ve ever done.
So I’m currently reevaluating what the hell I’m doing & I’m not giving up on traveling. My solution for now is to start having more fun & start traveling with other people. ✈️ 🌍
309431 hour ago
The happiest moment is The time of Travel ... and the moment that I'm be alone..no one into my life
Os black cabs são um símbolo de Londres - impossível não associar um ao outro. 🇬🇧 Vários, inclusive, são bem mais bonitinhos que esse aí, mas ele estava estacionado então aproveitei para tirar a foto! 😂 Esses táxis estão por toda a parte, é bem fácil encontrá-los. Porém, caso vc queira pegar carona em um deles, vale saber que geralmente eles custam mais caro do que outros transportes, incluindo outros táxis e uber. 🙈 Se vc fizer questão da "experiência", ok... se não fizer, melhor copiar minha ideia e só tirar uma foto mesmo! 📸👍 #london#londres#england#inglaterra#uk#unitedkingdom#reinounido #🇬🇧 #blackcab
Cathedrale Notre-Dame d'Amiens 🇫🇷 - Probably the nicest cathedral I've ever set foot in. Swipe right to see some of the interior. Folks, it's fucking beautiful and these pictures simpy do not do it justice.
I maybe weak at times but I will still face the trials from time to time with courage. Here’s my resting phase in Ilihan Hill with an overlooking of Dapitan City and its coastline. It really gives me the sense of resilience and calmness all over the day after a short span of walk to the hilltop :)
82119 hours ago
Era Janeiro. Ainda existia sol na cidade. Hoje é só rajada de vento e granizo. Saudades do que a gente viveu Holanda.