I'm not exaggerating when I say, the most beautiful sunset I've seen in my life.
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I tried to catch some fog but I mist☹️
Throwback to our Colorado trip where we found the best Mexican restaurant EVER and drove around in the snow all day ❄️
To the best semester with the best of friends. Era una esperienza bellissima. Till next time 🥂
Tour around Tbilisi City ♥️
Met most of these people for the first time on this trip, but couldn’t have asked for a better crew to share this experience with. Missing it all already. ❤️
Another one of our favorite spots in Bohemian Switzerland National Park. This spot is so serene and the little house is my dream place to go for peace and quiet in this gorgeous green gorge. The gorge is one of the most popular things to do at the National Park and you take a small boat ride to get to this point where you can walk along the gorge and take another boat deeper through the gorge or boat back. Both of us would revisit here over and over again as there’s such a calming atmosphere and presence here. .
Cool sweatshirt by @onenaturesupply
who gives back to the local national park on every purchase!
Stonehenge may be 4,500-years-old, but 2018 marks 100 years since the monument was gifted to the nation by local landowner Cecil Chubb.
Cecil’s wife sent him to an auction to buy dining chairs. He came home having bought Stonehenge for £6,600. In 1918 he gave it away to the people. What a legend!
Did you know you can get a private tour and get inside the stone circle by filling a form in the National English Heritage website? So worth it!
The barber shop cat, watching the world go by in the Marrakech Medina. Shot for @natgeotraveluk
a few months back. I'm now in another of the world's great cat cities - Istanbul 🐱
a man and his nephew tend to their goats in front of the taj mahal, agra, india.
i’ve spent the last three weeks in india but tomorrow i head home for the holidays. what a ride it’s been, equal parts incredible and intense. in the same breath both breathtaking and heartbreaking. my senses have been pulled from one extreme to the other and back again, over and over. i’m tired and humbled. i already can’t wait to return. #fujifeed
About ready to be walking in the sunshine again. It's 2 degrees in London and we're not really happy about it...
Shoes on the Danube - Budapest, Hungary .
Sixty iron shoes of varying styles, shapes and sizes line the Pest river bank. The memorial, only a decade young, is in memory of the victims whom were forced to remove their shoes before they were shot into the Danube by Arrow Cross militiamen in 1944–45. Some 3,500 people were executed, approximately 800 of them Jews.
Windows from Where I Stayed in a room to myself and slept for 15hrs - Madrid, Spain (Extension Five, Hostel Stays Three, Hotel Stay One)
Windows from Where I've Stayed Valencia, Spain
Windows from Where I've Stayed ~ Pula, Croatia
Carl's story is a tale and a half though possibly a tale told in confidence so some more personal details will be omitted. Father to an eight year old daughter and in town for what appears to be business our paths crossed over his passion for politics albeit over breakfast cooking and before coffee had been consumed. As the hostel had overbooked the following night he was allocated the common room lounge and was still required to pay. S practice Brits seem more willing to accept. By the third day Carl asked if he could accompany me to the Bristol suspension bridge, proving to be a great lookout when there was an opportunity to stand in the middle of a two lane bridge for a photograph in my sights.