After 1 winter storm Avery, 6 modes of transportation & 15 hours of travel...we finally made it to NYC! 🍎 🌃
There perfect set up 🐷
Days 6, 7 and 8 of my trip to Cambodia are now up on my blog! Go check it out 🤓🤓 link in bio!
The Eiffel Tower really is amazing 😍
Bali fever 🤒 it’s a thing!
Cycling around the rocks and the ruins 😍🚵♀️
Views of Table Mountain and Camps Bay while hiking Lion’s Head at 6am 👌 #worthit
There are very few corners left on this planet where you are not following in everyone else's footsteps. I want to find them!
What have you guys planned this weekend? I’m off to a thermal bath in Germany and a birthday party of my nephew 🎉 Can’t wait to chill with the family.
Just got done talkin about how amazing you are. I MISS MY BEST FRIEND ❤️
We were non stop in Göreme - constantly hiking around abandoned cave homes, villages and churches. If you’re in Kapadokya you have to visit all the open air museums, it’s amazing to think that people actually lived in these caves ✨ Tour organised by @mithracavehotel
Peaceful moments in a chaotic city.
There are some things that having seen them, you will forever associate with a certain place and every time I see these Nepalese prayer flags I am transported back to the Monkey Temple in Kathmandu.
🔮inspired reference-shots for the next destination @refshot
Tag friends who are going to 🇯🇴 Jordan
🌲 see also @30thousand.thailand
for your inspiration traveling in Thailand 🇹🇭
SEND MY REGARDS! - Today’s SHABBAT SLANG TIME word is ד"ש - pronounced “dash” - and it means “regards”. •
Hebrew has a lot of slang acronyms and this is one of them. ד"ש is short for דרישת שלום (drishat shalom). This phrase originates from the verb לדרוש (lidrosh), to demand, and שלומך, how are you. So literally the phrase means to demand someone’s status.
BUT IT IS USED TO SEND REGARDS. LIKE THIS: *Yuval: I have to go, but we will talk soon. Rachael is waiting at home. *Erez: Sababa achi, see you later. Dash to Rachael!
DASH TO ALL OF YOU THIS WEEKEND! SHARE POPULAR SLANG FROM YOUR COUNTRY WITH ME! •
The Convento dei Cappuccini in Monterosso is a popular tourist destination. Dating back to the 1600s, the convent is constructed in the Capuchin style. Its 400th anniversary was celebrated the month before I took this photo.
#cinqueterre #cinqueterreitaly #cinqueterreitalia #liguria
Jobs that helped me save for travelling:
🍽 Waitressing (£3.30 an hour at 15 😷)
👗 Retail (from 17-19, bought me my gap year to South America + Aus) 👶 Baby sitting 💃🏻 Bar work🍷 Promo 🥃 Shot girl 🖥 Admin ☎️ Call centre🍲 Catering 🎉 Events 🦒 Zoo worker 🍩 Muffin factory worker 🏃🏻♀️ LND 2012 Olympics staff 👕 H&M staff 😴 Internships x 3 🖊 Copywriting in London 🖥 Communications at Oxford Uni ✏️ Freelance writer ❤️ Blogger! Think I’ve had about 25 in total, mainly whilst at uni 😂 .
Best and worst: Surprisingly the muffin factory wasn’t my worst. When I worked in promo we had to stand outside a student club at 4am as everyone left, handing out flyers for next week’s event. This was in winter and I lost feeling in my toe. My best job was probably a different promo one because we got paid to go on night outs, or working at the Olympics where we got to meet all the royals. 👑 What was your best or worst job growing up?
You’re the yuan for me 💕⛩🌿
Got that 60s Jackie Onassis vintage vibe 🕶👄
You little sun of a beach 😎
The Samaria gorge was very quiet when I started hiking from the opposite direction than most people. It felt so magical to have literally the mountains for myself. Just me and the incredible, breathtaking nature.
Welcomed by an army of cute seagulls! ❤