The Hida Folk Village - 飛騨の里, Hida no Sato。
An open air museum featuring houses built during the Edo Period (1603 - 1867). These houses were relocated from their original location (Shirakawago) to create the museum in 1971.
Strolling along and letting the natural environment consume me.
Six of them were working from home.
People walking by like there’s not beauty all around them... I probably do that too.
Here’s to hoping one of these doors leads to Narnia 🦁
Muita gente não sabe que o elétrico do Porto, do alto dos seus cento e muito anos, é um dos sistemas mais antigos de transporte eletrificado da Europa. #viajar #viajandodepoisdos50 #porto #tastefromwhereistandintravel
Don't get stressed over what you can't control.
Good morning baby 😉
Almost done with travel photos, I swear 😂
Approximately .75 seconds after this photo was taken, my dumbass lost balance on the 2" wide "swing" and flipped over in a dramatic turn, ending with my head and back on the ground, my feet straight up in the air, half a pound of dirt and twigs down my pants, and a dozen villagers laughing at me. Oh well, it was worth it...and the Mayhem shirt was all too appropriate 🤘😜 Life is absurd, embrace the chaos, laugh at yourself, hail Satan, whatever. 😎 #swingers #happyvillage #pokhara #nepal #totalfail #imnotdrunkiswear
Happy 1st day of Spring! 🌴☀️⠀
With snow still on the ground in Denver I am excited I have a great reason to share a picture from last month in Barcelona! And not just for the sun and palm trees...😊⠀
I am excited share that I was recently quoted in a @rewiredotorg
article on how to Make Room for Wanderlust!⠀
Travel is such an important part of my life, but so are my responsibilities. I love how this piece shows there can be a balance. It is so important to maintain your expectations with other aspects of your life in order to clench your wanderlust.⠀
I can't wait to share more of my thoughts on this subject, but until then, be sure to swipe up to read the full article by @rewiredotorg
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