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  • Que venha uma semana fantástica pra todos nós, viajantes!! .
#vocenomundo
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  • Que venha uma semana fantástica pra todos nós, viajantes!! .
    #vocenomundo
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    . 📸 #Repost @mifortes88 ... De todos os lugares que conheço o meu interior em paz é o melhor deles. 🍃🌻🍀
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    Preserve 🌳
    Não joguem lixo na Natureza 🚯
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    #errejota
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  • when it seems like things are really falling apart, they’re just falling into place 🌁
  • when it seems like things are really falling apart, they’re just falling into place 🌁
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  • THIS IS NOT A DREAM🪐⚡️
  • THIS IS NOT A DREAM🪐⚡️
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  • Copacabana Beach 
Praia de Copacabana 
RJ
Brasil .
#rioenquadrado
  • Copacabana Beach
    Praia de Copacabana
    RJ
    Brasil .
    #rioenquadrado
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  • Packing light is one of the best things you can do. I personally only travel with a backpack consisting of: hygiene, necessities, and a few outfits. This makes it a lot easier to get through airports, considering you don’t have to check in luggage or wait at baggage claim upon arrival. This also avoids stress from losing luggage and saves you money since most airlines charge ridiculous baggage fees but allow free carry on. There are always laundry services available when traveling and most hostels have laundry services available themselves.
  • Packing light is one of the best things you can do. I personally only travel with a backpack consisting of: hygiene, necessities, and a few outfits. This makes it a lot easier to get through airports, considering you don’t have to check in luggage or wait at baggage claim upon arrival. This also avoids stress from losing luggage and saves you money since most airlines charge ridiculous baggage fees but allow free carry on. There are always laundry services available when traveling and most hostels have laundry services available themselves.
  • 30 1 9 hours ago
  • ⭐️Be yourself, everyone else is already taken
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  • 📍St George's Market, Belfast ベルファスト セント・ジョージ・マーケット
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  • Nada melhor do que ter um ensaio no Opera House na sua primeira vez em Sydney! Carioca,  de Rio das Ostras, a @gleisymeireles mora em Cairns (um paraíso australiano!) desde que chegou na Austrália e agora está pensando em se mudar! Será Sydney sua nova casa, será? 
#photoshoot 
#sydney
  • Nada melhor do que ter um ensaio no Opera House na sua primeira vez em Sydney! Carioca, de Rio das Ostras, a @gleisymeireles mora em Cairns (um paraíso australiano!) desde que chegou na Austrália e agora está pensando em se mudar! Será Sydney sua nova casa, será?
    #photoshoot
    #sydney
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  • Las plantas mueren de viejas?
  • Las plantas mueren de viejas?
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  • 📷 @larita.sarta
📍#Venezia
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Provare a stilare una classifica dei luoghi più romantici di Venezia è un compito arduo se non proibitivo... La città, che non a caso ha dato i natali a Casanova, è una delle mete preferite dagli innamorati di tutto il mondo e può nascondere dietro qualsiasi angolo il luogo romantico che stavate cercando. Anzi, tante volte non dovete neppure cercarlo, quando meno ve l'aspetterete superato un ponte, usciti da una "calle" o entrando in un "campo" potreste trovare la giusta ispirazione!
In ogni caso, anche se l'impresa potrebbe sembrare davvero difficile
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Una meta imperdibile (sebbene piuttosto inflazionata) è il ponte dei Sospiri. Diventato un vero e proprio simbolo di tutti gli innamorati del mondo, in realtà vi fa cadere in un tranello. I "sospiri" da cui prende il nome infatti non sono quelli degli innamorati ma erano quelli dei condannati alla prigione. Il ponte infatti fu costruito per collegare l'edificio delle Prigioni con il Palazzo Ducale dove avevano sede gli uffici degli inquisitori di stato. La leggenda vuole che i condannati attraversando il ponte che gli avrebbe portati al luogo dove avrebbero scontato la loro pena sospirassero pensando alla libertà persa. Per godervi della vista del ponte dei sospiri con più tranquillità vi suggeriamo di fermarvi al Ponte della Canonica, piuttosto che al più frequentato ponte della Paglia, da dove potrete anche osservare il passaggio delle gondole.
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E' l'unica vera "piazza" di Venezia, dato che le altre sono tutte chiamate "campi". Simbolo della città, Piazza San Marco, è caratterizzata dalla Basilica di San Marco, capolavoro architettonico in cui sono riconoscibili anche influenze arabe, dal campanile di San Marco, dalla Torre dell'Orologio e dai palazzi delle Procuratie sede dei procuratori all'epoca della Serenissima.
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Altri posti imperdibili sono la vista di Venezia dall'alto del campanile di San Giorgio, Palazzo Ducale, il tramonto dai Giardini, la Libreria Acqua Alta e l'isola di Torcello.
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  • 📷 @larita.sarta
    📍 #Venezia

    Provare a stilare una classifica dei luoghi più romantici di Venezia è un compito arduo se non proibitivo... La città, che non a caso ha dato i natali a Casanova, è una delle mete preferite dagli innamorati di tutto il mondo e può nascondere dietro qualsiasi angolo il luogo romantico che stavate cercando. Anzi, tante volte non dovete neppure cercarlo, quando meno ve l'aspetterete superato un ponte, usciti da una "calle" o entrando in un "campo" potreste trovare la giusta ispirazione!
    In ogni caso, anche se l'impresa potrebbe sembrare davvero difficile

    Una meta imperdibile (sebbene piuttosto inflazionata) è il ponte dei Sospiri. Diventato un vero e proprio simbolo di tutti gli innamorati del mondo, in realtà vi fa cadere in un tranello. I "sospiri" da cui prende il nome infatti non sono quelli degli innamorati ma erano quelli dei condannati alla prigione. Il ponte infatti fu costruito per collegare l'edificio delle Prigioni con il Palazzo Ducale dove avevano sede gli uffici degli inquisitori di stato. La leggenda vuole che i condannati attraversando il ponte che gli avrebbe portati al luogo dove avrebbero scontato la loro pena sospirassero pensando alla libertà persa. Per godervi della vista del ponte dei sospiri con più tranquillità vi suggeriamo di fermarvi al Ponte della Canonica, piuttosto che al più frequentato ponte della Paglia, da dove potrete anche osservare il passaggio delle gondole.

    E' l'unica vera "piazza" di Venezia, dato che le altre sono tutte chiamate "campi". Simbolo della città, Piazza San Marco, è caratterizzata dalla Basilica di San Marco, capolavoro architettonico in cui sono riconoscibili anche influenze arabe, dal campanile di San Marco, dalla Torre dell'Orologio e dai palazzi delle Procuratie sede dei procuratori all'epoca della Serenissima.

    Altri posti imperdibili sono la vista di Venezia dall'alto del campanile di San Giorgio, Palazzo Ducale, il tramonto dai Giardini, la Libreria Acqua Alta e l'isola di Torcello.

    👍 Segui tutte le storie nella nostra pagina Facebook
    📝 #ig_italia #italia #ig_italia_borghiecitta #italy
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  • Снежная любовь
  • Снежная любовь
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  • ⠀ 서울의 나른한 오후.
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햇빛은 아름답게 부셔져 빌딩 숲 사이사이에 녹아든다.
얼어붙은 몸과 마음은 이런 빛과 함께라면 녹아내린다.
사진을 좋아하는 이유, 마음을 푸는 문학이기에 그렇다.
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월요일입니다. 행복한 한 주의 시작이 되시길 바라요☺️
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Canon 6D mark ii
EF 16-35mm F4L 
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  • ⠀ 서울의 나른한 오후.

    햇빛은 아름답게 부셔져 빌딩 숲 사이사이에 녹아든다.
    얼어붙은 몸과 마음은 이런 빛과 함께라면 녹아내린다.
    사진을 좋아하는 이유, 마음을 푸는 문학이기에 그렇다.

    월요일입니다. 행복한 한 주의 시작이 되시길 바라요☺️

    Canon 6D mark ii
    EF 16-35mm F4L
    H&Y soft GND1.5 filter / @kppstore
  • 64 11 9 hours ago
  • I’ve seen some things that you might fear... I'm doing a show, I'll be back soon. #nyc
  • I’ve seen some things that you might fear... I'm doing a show, I'll be back soon. #nyc
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  • It’s always time to explore new places! 🕵🏼‍♀️
After 1 year living in Sydney, I hadn’t been to Jervis Bay yet. It’d be a shame if I came back to Brazil without going there! So I did it! 2 days before leaving Australia, I made time for going there with 2 special friends! If you don’t have time to stay longer like me, I can tell you that totally worth it a day trip! It takes 3 hours to drive to Jervis Bay from Sydney and then you can enjoy epic views (and also meet some kangaroos along the way)😉
#australia
#jervisbay
  • It’s always time to explore new places! 🕵🏼‍♀️
    After 1 year living in Sydney, I hadn’t been to Jervis Bay yet. It’d be a shame if I came back to Brazil without going there! So I did it! 2 days before leaving Australia, I made time for going there with 2 special friends! If you don’t have time to stay longer like me, I can tell you that totally worth it a day trip! It takes 3 hours to drive to Jervis Bay from Sydney and then you can enjoy epic views (and also meet some kangaroos along the way)😉
    #australia
    #jervisbay
  • 38 1 9 hours ago
  • Taal volcano eruption by
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  • La plaza de Yamaa el Fna es la plaza principal y la más visitada de Marrakech. Ahí van a poder encontrar desde puestos de comida hasta frutos secos, tatuadoras de henna, encantadores de serpientes (no sacarles fotos sin pagarles antes), monos, souvenirs, músicos, puestos de jugos naturales, casas de cambio, restaurantes, cafés y más.
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¿Qué recomendamos?
💥 Que pregunten por adelantado cuánto les van a cobrar y, si se animan, negocien los precios (no es de mala educación, sino que es parte de la dinámica turística). Háganlo con los taxis, las excursiones, etc.
💥 Que alguna vez coman en algún restaurante o tomen un té en alguno de los cafés que tengan terraza para apreciar las hermosas vistas.
💥 Que la recorran tanto de día como de noche porque son dos paisajes totalmente diferentes. Y no dejen de ver una puesta de sol.
⚡️ Alguien más fue y tiene otra recomendación? Lxs leemos :) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
📍 #PlazaDeYamaaElFna
🌎 #Marrakech #Marruecos
✈️ #EllosEnAfrica
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✉ Mandá tu foto a ellostecuentan@gmail.com / Usa el hashtag #ellostecuentan / Etiquetanos con @ellostecuentan
  • La plaza de Yamaa el Fna es la plaza principal y la más visitada de Marrakech. Ahí van a poder encontrar desde puestos de comida hasta frutos secos, tatuadoras de henna, encantadores de serpientes (no sacarles fotos sin pagarles antes), monos, souvenirs, músicos, puestos de jugos naturales, casas de cambio, restaurantes, cafés y más.
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    ¿Qué recomendamos?
    💥 Que pregunten por adelantado cuánto les van a cobrar y, si se animan, negocien los precios (no es de mala educación, sino que es parte de la dinámica turística). Háganlo con los taxis, las excursiones, etc.
    💥 Que alguna vez coman en algún restaurante o tomen un té en alguno de los cafés que tengan terraza para apreciar las hermosas vistas.
    💥 Que la recorran tanto de día como de noche porque son dos paisajes totalmente diferentes. Y no dejen de ver una puesta de sol.
    ⚡️ Alguien más fue y tiene otra recomendación? Lxs leemos :) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    📍 #PlazaDeYamaaElFna
    🌎 #Marrakech #Marruecos
    ✈️ #EllosEnAfrica
    📷 @vida.de.viajes
    ✉ Mandá tu foto a ellostecuentan@gmail.com / Usa el hashtag #ellostecuentan / Etiquetanos con @ellostecuentan
  • 100 3 9 hours ago
  • With a castle on a hill (zoom in on the center) and a pilgrimage church on an island surrounded by mountains; Lake Bled has been one of the most picturesque places I’ve visited.

Although I couldn’t read or pronounce half of the cities while in this country, it’s definitely a must see when traveling Central Europe.
  • With a castle on a hill (zoom in on the center) and a pilgrimage church on an island surrounded by mountains; Lake Bled has been one of the most picturesque places I’ve visited.

    Although I couldn’t read or pronounce half of the cities while in this country, it’s definitely a must see when traveling Central Europe.
  • 101 4 17 January, 2020
  • Big money saver — compare ticket prices from nearby airports!

I almost never fly out of the airport closest to me. I’ve realized larger hubs typically offer much cheaper flights in comparison to smaller ones. This is generally because larger airports have more flights and more airlines, resulting in higher competition with lower competitive prices to attract customers. Although this is not always true; this is how it has worked for me. Most of the time I fly (especially on long distance flights overseas) it’s out of Chicago (ORD) or Toronto (YYZ). Both are very large international hubs hours away from me in Michigan (DTW). But, I tend to find flights from these airports for hundreds of dollars less — i.e. I flew round trip from ORD to Thailand (BKK) for $500, whereas it would’ve cost me $1400 had I flown from DTW to BKK.

When purchasing a flight from an airport further away, I then take a train or greyhound bus from my location to that airport. Bus/train tickets are very inexpensive and this saves you the hassle of having to drive yourself or leave your car at the airport. You can google search greyhound buses or trains near your location to that airport. A bus/train for me (from DTW to ORD) is usually around (+/-) $25.

It all depends on your perspective; would you rather save a few hours of your time or possibly a few hundred dollars? I personally don’t care what flight or airline I’m on. I choose whichever option is the cheapest so I can save money towards activities on vacation rather than the transportation to that destination.
  • Big money saver — compare ticket prices from nearby airports!

    I almost never fly out of the airport closest to me. I’ve realized larger hubs typically offer much cheaper flights in comparison to smaller ones. This is generally because larger airports have more flights and more airlines, resulting in higher competition with lower competitive prices to attract customers. Although this is not always true; this is how it has worked for me. Most of the time I fly (especially on long distance flights overseas) it’s out of Chicago (ORD) or Toronto (YYZ). Both are very large international hubs hours away from me in Michigan (DTW). But, I tend to find flights from these airports for hundreds of dollars less — i.e. I flew round trip from ORD to Thailand (BKK) for $500, whereas it would’ve cost me $1400 had I flown from DTW to BKK.

    When purchasing a flight from an airport further away, I then take a train or greyhound bus from my location to that airport. Bus/train tickets are very inexpensive and this saves you the hassle of having to drive yourself or leave your car at the airport. You can google search greyhound buses or trains near your location to that airport. A bus/train for me (from DTW to ORD) is usually around (+/-) $25.

    It all depends on your perspective; would you rather save a few hours of your time or possibly a few hundred dollars? I personally don’t care what flight or airline I’m on. I choose whichever option is the cheapest so I can save money towards activities on vacation rather than the transportation to that destination.
  • 116 2 16 January, 2020
  • The floating city/city of canals.
Almost every time I go to Europe I make a pit stop in Italy specifically for the food... the views aren’t too shabby either.

One of the best things about Europe is, once you’re there, it‘s ridiculously cheap to fly from one country to the next. I flew from London to Ireland for $24 last time and typically spend under $100 on every flight within Europe when using the app @skyscanner
  • The floating city/city of canals.
    Almost every time I go to Europe I make a pit stop in Italy specifically for the food... the views aren’t too shabby either.

    One of the best things about Europe is, once you’re there, it‘s ridiculously cheap to fly from one country to the next. I flew from London to Ireland for $24 last time and typically spend under $100 on every flight within Europe when using the app @skyscanner
  • 117 7 14 January, 2020
  • Playing with elephants has always been high on my bucket list. So of course, the first solo trip I did to Southeast Asia I searched for places that I could. Unfortunately, the only ones nearby that offered this were elephant treks, which consists of people riding on metal seats attached to the elephants in a small park. I refused considering the abuse this puts on the animals. Luckily, this last time I was able to find a sanctuary. They had 4 elephants across 70 acres to roam and do whatever they want. All of these elephants were saved from prior “entertainment” businesses. No riding was allowed and the elephants were bathed, fed, and cared for constantly. If this is something you plan on doing, make sure you choose a sanctuary and do a bit of research prior. There is no such thing as humane trekking! It‘s an absolutely amazing experience, especially when the animals enjoy it too.
  • Playing with elephants has always been high on my bucket list. So of course, the first solo trip I did to Southeast Asia I searched for places that I could. Unfortunately, the only ones nearby that offered this were elephant treks, which consists of people riding on metal seats attached to the elephants in a small park. I refused considering the abuse this puts on the animals. Luckily, this last time I was able to find a sanctuary. They had 4 elephants across 70 acres to roam and do whatever they want. All of these elephants were saved from prior “entertainment” businesses. No riding was allowed and the elephants were bathed, fed, and cared for constantly. If this is something you plan on doing, make sure you choose a sanctuary and do a bit of research prior. There is no such thing as humane trekking! It‘s an absolutely amazing experience, especially when the animals enjoy it too.
  • 108 1 14 January, 2020
  • A lot of people have been telling me to make a travel page for the past few years now, so I’m finally giving in. I’ll start this off by explaining a bit about myself and some simple tips. I’ve been traveling for about 12 years now (35 countries/20 states so far). I enlisted in the military during my senior year of highschool and am now completing the last semester of my degree in aviation; both chosen due to my passion for traveling.

My first recommendation, that I always bring into conversation when discussing traveling, is to download the app ‘Skyscanner’. I’ve strictly used this to purchase all of my flights over the past 8 years since discovering it. I’ve purchased many flights for under $50 using this. It breaks down by category of search: origin, destination, and date (yes, I know all travel apps do this). But, the cool thing about this one is you can go to the explore page and type in what airport you’d like to fly out of and it will give you the cheapest flight options from there, both domestic and international, based on the dates you plug in. It pulls flights from every airline available. You can also turn on notifications to be sent when certain flights increase/decrease in price. It’s an amazing app when traveling on a budget.

Secondly, download ‘Hostelworld’. I’ve also strictly used this app for the past 8 years when finding places to stay abroad. This is the cheapest option. Most stay is around (+/-)$10 per night. I personally love staying at hostels because the majority of the amazing friends I have made around the world have been through my stay at hostels. They are more-so dormitories of people in their 20’s and 30’s backpacking with the similar interest of meeting new people and exploring new destinations. Also, most hostels are amazing when it comes to accommodations for sightseeing, tours, transportation, and group activities.

I’m hoping by sharing tips along with pictures (all of which I have taken off of my iPhone through out the years) will convince more of my friends and family to get out and experience new cultures, see new things, and meet great people as I have been lucky enough to do. Traveling doesn’t have to be expensive!
  • A lot of people have been telling me to make a travel page for the past few years now, so I’m finally giving in. I’ll start this off by explaining a bit about myself and some simple tips. I’ve been traveling for about 12 years now (35 countries/20 states so far). I enlisted in the military during my senior year of highschool and am now completing the last semester of my degree in aviation; both chosen due to my passion for traveling.

    My first recommendation, that I always bring into conversation when discussing traveling, is to download the app ‘Skyscanner’. I’ve strictly used this to purchase all of my flights over the past 8 years since discovering it. I’ve purchased many flights for under $50 using this. It breaks down by category of search: origin, destination, and date (yes, I know all travel apps do this). But, the cool thing about this one is you can go to the explore page and type in what airport you’d like to fly out of and it will give you the cheapest flight options from there, both domestic and international, based on the dates you plug in. It pulls flights from every airline available. You can also turn on notifications to be sent when certain flights increase/decrease in price. It’s an amazing app when traveling on a budget.

    Secondly, download ‘Hostelworld’. I’ve also strictly used this app for the past 8 years when finding places to stay abroad. This is the cheapest option. Most stay is around (+/-)$10 per night. I personally love staying at hostels because the majority of the amazing friends I have made around the world have been through my stay at hostels. They are more-so dormitories of people in their 20’s and 30’s backpacking with the similar interest of meeting new people and exploring new destinations. Also, most hostels are amazing when it comes to accommodations for sightseeing, tours, transportation, and group activities.

    I’m hoping by sharing tips along with pictures (all of which I have taken off of my iPhone through out the years) will convince more of my friends and family to get out and experience new cultures, see new things, and meet great people as I have been lucky enough to do. Traveling doesn’t have to be expensive!
  • 117 10 14 January, 2020
  • The future Atty.Miranda gracing my 2020 feed 👩🏻‍💼⚖️
  • The future Atty.Miranda gracing my 2020 feed 👩🏻‍💼⚖️
  • 31 1 8 January, 2020
  • Emmanuelle get’s married 👰🏼💒💐
  • Emmanuelle get’s married 👰🏼💒💐
  • 39 1 31 December, 2019
  • Merry Christmas 🎄🎉🍾🍸
  • Merry Christmas 🎄🎉🍾🍸
  • 48 2 24 December, 2019
  • “You should be nice to other people on the way up, because you might meet them again on the way down.” - Philomena Lee (Philomena 2013)
  • “You should be nice to other people on the way up, because you might meet them again on the way down.” - Philomena Lee (Philomena 2013)
  • 74 1 13 December, 2019
  • Hello December 🎄🍸🎊
  • Hello December 🎄🍸🎊
  • 100 2 2 December, 2019