Packs a suitcase full of clothes, wears a robe all day 🙊 I snuck away to @langdonhall for the weekend and came back more relaxed than ever. Hope you all had a great Easter weekend! #langdonhall#staycation
May one day we celebrate Earth Day as a holiday like no other. Our Mother Earth deserves it to be a holiday and that we may celebrate it in the kindest ways we can, nurturing our mother home with the love and respect she deserves. I share here a photo I made of what’s maybe my favorite place on this amazingly beautiful planet we all call home. Happy #EarthDay to all #WaimeaBay
Just a happy lil vegemite 🤗
One of my favorite things to brag about is that I used to work in wine, back when I lived in Northern California! I started working in a tasting room straight out of college (with a degree in Human Development/ Psychology lol) and I learnt a TON about wine. I still love wine 🍷 and learning all about the ways it’s grown and produced throughout the world. When I first decided to travel, I was planning to travel to all of the major wine regions and learn even more about wine - but then I got distracted by all of the other amazing parts of the world. One of my current goals is to visit all of the major wine regions of Australia in the next couple of years!
Do you like wine? What’s your favorite varietal? (Tell me yours and I’ll tell you mine 😉)
Got inspired to open the album of my trip to middle east. This photo was taken in the city of Saida (South of Lebanon) in 2006. Not in any other country I find my name writing in graffiti so I took the opportunity for a shot. It actually says “Shadi” which is the masculine version of my name, but it doesn’t matter, you also thought you read my name :). There were many many Syrians living in the city at the time.
Chasing views 🙌🏻 I was surprised to learn that not many Japanese people know about this place. I guess it is more popular among foreign tourists as it really says JAPAN when you look at it, everything in one photo, from beautiful Japanese architecture to the mountain listed as UNESCO, Mt. Fuji and to what became a tourist attraction itself: cherry blossoms. This view can’t be found anywhere else.
Although I wish to call myself a traveller rather than a tourist, I cannot resist going to places like these... they are popular for a good reason, but the day I went here was definitely overcrowded... Only by going at 5am for sunrise can you really enjoy this place in peace.
Have a wonderful week everyone! PS. Sakura spam might be over soon as I have many great photos from Kyoto coming up, so stay tuned 😍