What a gorgeous view from Laos 🇱🇦 What do you think?!⠀
➡️Follow @wandereratlas ⠀
📍Laos 🇱🇦 ⠀
🛎Turn on post notifications⠀
✳️Follow @wandereratlas for your daily travel inspiration! We post travel content daily📆, tag us to be featured! DM us your best photos for a chance to be featured! This page is community driven. Have questions? DM @wandereratlas 📥 or email us!
O Cerro Santa Lucía, no centro de Santiago, é um dos pontos mais turístico do centro de Santiago, e foi usado durante os tempos da colônia como um forte, mas no século 19 acabou se transformando nos castelos González e Hidalgo.
Em 1902 se construiu seu acesso principal e em 1971, foi criado o seu mural de cerâmica, homenageando a chilena Gabriela Mistral. Aproximadamente uma década depois, o morro foi declarado Monumento Nacional. .
O acesso ao local é livre, sem custo, até as 18h.
Are you tired of having to dig to your luggage all the time? 🧳If yes, then this storage pouch is what you need! It can be used to store bra’s, socks and underwear, but is also great to store make-up or toiletries. 💄 🧦👙
Western wall, Israel.
Most of the time I don't plan where to go or what to do in a certain city until the very last minute, only things I check in advance is whether it's safe or not for traveller. For this reasons, there were times where I wss stuck at a train station until the next morning or got things done inefficiently but it's alright I love it, I would call it an improvisation 😂. Good things about not planning and not being so good at geography is that everywhere I go it's a pure surprise!
If you’re ever in the Eifel area, don’t miss out on the Kriminalhaus in Hillesheim! A sanctuary for lovers of detectives, with a quirky little café dedicated to Sherlock Holmes, a small museum, a huge Krimi-archive, a book store, and the opportunity to solve a murder mystery 🕵️♂️ Worth a visit even if you don’t speak German!
I had no idea Eifelkrimis were a thing but I can see how the area would inspire a good detective 😅👌🏻
Jeju Island Winter Trip. FREE Korean Visa.
13 - 17 JANUARY 2020.
• Dari Jakarta: Rp 9,750,000/pax (flight terakhir, landing KL jam 1 pagi).
• Dari Surabaya: Rp 10,150,000/pax
(Menginap di hotel transit).
• Tiket pesawat PP.
• Bagasi kabin 7kg (TANPA BAGASI).
• Hotel/Guest house private room 2 malam di Jeju, 1malam di KL dengan sarapan pagi.
• Transportasi: van.
• Tiket masuk obyek wisata sesuai program.
• Biaya bagasi tambahan.
• Makan siang & malam.
• Pengeluaran pribadi.
• Tour leader, guide & driver tipping.
Penerbangan dari kota masing2 ke Jeju TRANSIT Kuala Lumpur.
Peserta dijemput di airport CJU, lalu menuju Tangerine Picking Farm, Jeongbang Waterfall, check in hotel.
Setelah sarapan pagi, dijemput mengunjungi Oedolgae Rock, Joanne Teddy Bear Museum, Yakcheonsa Temple, Hallim Park.
Sarapan pagi. Hotel check out.
Dijemput mengunjungi Dongmun/Jungang Mall, Jeju Mokgwana, Emart.
Diantar ke airport.
Penerbangan ke Kuala Lumpur.
Kuala Lumpur free city tour.
Pengantaran ke airport (penerbangan malam menuju kota masing2).
Karena ini adalah winter seasons, bisa terjadi hal2 yg diluar perkiraan. Jika ada penutupan akses karena salju, maka itinerary akan dialihkan ke tempat lain sesuai rute.
** Buruan booking..!!
** HARGA BISA BERUBAH SEWAKTU2 TERGANTUNG DARI KETERSEDIAAN HARGA PROMO TIKET PESAWAT.
☎ More info klik: http://wa.me/62818227172
Hello, Vietnam! 🇻🇳
ENG • LV
Yesterday was my first hop on/hop off bus experience, and I really liked it 😌 I've never tried it, because it's pretty expensive, but when I found out there is this bus in Phu Quoc and it costs only 8,5€, I quickly decided I wanna do it.
The bus makes 20 stops (some of them are hotels, but mostly it's popular attractions). I only wanted to see 5 of those places, and one of them was Sun World park with the longest cable car in the world (7889,9m), and the ride is just incredible 😍 after 15 minutes in the cable car, you get to an island and this wonderful beach 🌊 with lots of hammocks and palm trees 🌴 and the best part? when I went back up to catch the bus, it was just me and 2 locals in the car and it was just awesome 💙
by the way, you can also buy 24 or 48h bus ticket and you can choose bus + cable car ticket (which I did) and that way cable car only costs 2,6€ (instead of 6€) 🌻
Vakar pirmo reizi izmēģināju hop on/hop off autobusu, un man patika. Nekad iepriekš nebiju to darījusi, jo tas nav no lētajiem priekiem, bet, kad uzzināju, ka Fukuokā ir tāda iespēja, turklāt maksā tikai 8,5€, ātri izlēmu, ka vēlos pamēģināt.
Šis autobuss apstājas 20 pieturās (katrā pieturā ik pēc 40min), bet daudzas pieturas ir vai nu viesnīcas, vai kaut kādas sēņu / piparu / pērļu fermas, kas mani īsti neinteresē, tāpēc es izlēmu, ka vēlos apskatīt 5 no piedāvātajām vietām, un viena no tām bija Sun World parka trošu ceļš, kas pašlaik ir garākais trošu ceļš pasaulē (7889,9m), un jāsaka, ka bija tiešām iespaidīgi 😍 pēc 15 minūtēm vagoniņā nonāc uz salas, kur bezmaksas busiņi izvadā pa dažādām salas vietām (pašlaik tikai uz pludmali, bet jau tagad notiek akvaparka un citu izklaides vietu būvniecība), un pludmale tur ir tiešām pasakaina 🌊 tirkīzzils ūdens, šūpuļtīkli un palmas 🌴 un pats labākais bija tas, ka, braucot atpakaļ, vagoniņā biju tikai es un 2 vietējie, kas man ļāva pilnībā izbaudīt braucienu 💙
starp citu, vēl lētāk sanāk, ja pērk combo biļeti - autobuss + trošu ceļš (tā trošu ceļš sanāk 2,6€, bet, ja pērk uz vietas atsevišķi - 6€), un vēl var nopirkt arī 24 un 48h biļeti, bet tas jau tiem, kuriem gribas apskatīt visu 🌻
Another early night & early start. Flew back to cairo.
Got to cairo at 0820am. The plan was to hire a taxi driver (£100 for whole day) and go and do mount sinai, where moses was given the 10 commandments.
But, forget doing it at sunrise, everyone does it then, sod following 100s of people & camel farts up a dark pre sunrise path.
Just do it in the day/evening. Its the highest point, it won't be too hot.
Then I got some WiFi and found out Mt sinai isn't the highest point of Egypt, (332m prominence climb to 2285m), St Catherine's (1586m elevation climb to 2629m) is, which is the next mountain along.
I'd organised mo, a taxi driver & I'd got a good price to take me, but I was only supposed to do one mountain, one day.
To do both I'd of needed an earlier flight.
As is, it would be dark by the time we got there so I'd need him a 2nd day, being 359 miles away. Plus it said I had to have a guide.
The price to do all this was going up & up and I realised if I really want to do those 2 mountains it'd be cheaper to get an all exclusive package deal to sharm el sheik, hire a car, & drive the 126 miles and do both mountains in a day.
Things were just too far apart in Egypt. And those 2 mountains weren't on my bucket list anyway.
I hadn't got barely any mountain gear anyway & i may have needed it being December, & I've done no training since July/norway.
So I just booked a hotel that was $6 a night again, a bit further from the pyramids, but I could still see them from the roof as last pic & I did what I always say I'll do, but never do & I chilled.
For 2 days. Was great. As such I didn't come back feeling shattered/ill by pushing too much out of myself.
The hostel was a farm. On the left hand side were all really nice rooms & on the right side were all stables. Full of horses. It never smelt of horse shit etc, and you were fine as long as you didn't leave your door open & let horse flies in.
Total new experience kind of hotel that you'd never think would work but it did and it was nice. Quiet and away from the madness of cairo/Giza & the noisy main roads too.
This isn't to say I was done doing everything & experiencing all the new things Egypt had to offer tho
A glimps through a narrow alleyway in the old city of Damascus. At the end a black and white arch frames small door that opens on a secret garden; in the back the turquoise dome of a mosque peeks behind a satellite dish. Barbed wire protects a terrace. All is silent on a Friday morning. The streets and small alleys keep their secret treasures hidden behind plain walls: quiet courtyards with water gurgling in a central fountain and the shadow of trees are oasis of peace.
🇪🇸El Gran Cañón es una vistosa y escarpada garganta excavada por el río Colorado en el norte de Arizona, Estados Unidos. Está situado en su mayor parte dentro del Parque nacional del Gran Cañón. Fue declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad en 1979 por la UNESCO.
¿Sabias que? Aunque parezca algo increíble, el Gran Cañón del Colorado fue cruzado por el funambulista Nik Wallenda. Recorrió la garganta del río Little sobre un cable de cobre de cinco centímetros de diámetro a 455 metros de altura, sin red de seguridad ni protección de arnés, caminata de 426,7 metros de longitud que finalizó en 23 minutos. Discovery fue en encargado de televisar esta locura de hazaña a nivel mundial.
┅ Os aseguro que, hasta la fecha, no he visto fotografía alguna que haga justicia a esta maravilla de la naturaleza. ¿Qué os parece el Gran Cañón? ¿Lo conocéis? ┅
✈︎ ✈︎ ✈︎ ✈︎ ✈︎ ✈︎ ✈︎ ✈︎ ✈︎ ✈︎ ✈︎ ✈︎ ✈︎ ✈︎ ✈︎
🇬🇧The Grand Canyon is a colorful and rugged gorge excavated by the Colorado River in northern Arizona, United States. It is located mostly within the Grand Canyon National Park. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1979 by UNESCO.
Did you know? Although it seems incredible, the Grand Canyon of the Colorado was crossed by the tightrope walker Nik Wallenda. He crossed the throat of the Little River on a copper cable five centimeters in diameter at 455 meters high, without safety net or harness protection, a walk of 426.7 meters in length that ended in 23 minutes. Discovery was in charge of televising this madness of feat worldwide.
┅ I assure you that, to date, I have not seen any picture that does justice to this wonder of nature. What do you think of the Grand Canyon? Do you know him? ┅
1741 hour ago
Saw my first hieroglyphs in Egypt inside Abu Simbel.
So has his dinner just 'cum' and he's just really REALLY hungry?