What's up everyone! I'm finally back after recovering from my insane adventure to Everest Base Camp and I'm super excited to finally share the adventure with you all, thank you for all being so patient! (I don't even know where to start so bare with me 😂) The past few weeks have been by far the best of my life... filled with the good.. tears, laughter, happiness, excitement, momos, tea, yaks, the most incredible mountains I think I'll see and then the not so good.. exhaustion, tiredness, hangryness (literally), sore legs, the freezing cold, headaches and bloody noses... but never the less everything new and exciting comes with the good and the bad and I wouldn't change this trip for the world 💞 -
This photo is rather special.. the families in Nepal are beautiful and so strong, quite often the women would carry things on their backs in these big wooden baskets such as crops, blankets and other important supplies. They look out for they're children and they care so much and have the best personalities, I really admired they're perseverance and contentness with the lives they lived 💕👐 it made me appreciate how much we have and the things we take for granted..
... and for me, that's travel. Online now looking for a good flight to Lyon, a side trip during my next upcoming travel adventure… I'll be residing for a month in one very famous European city… Can you guess which one?
La vida debería ser AMAR-Y-YA!💛💕
Love comes in all shapes and forms. It is super exciting to meet people who have such an intense love for life and being alive. This is how I feel about Mexico; some of the people are filled with so much joy.
My Spanish teacher in high school was this snarky yet optimistic older man. I remember him once saying that the U.S. is lacking in happiness, because we are so focused on our “work lives” that we forget to devote time to our “actual lives” (YAY CAPITALISM...)! I never realized this until I began to travel. When I was in France, the French would always say “profiter de la vie.” When I was in Costa Rica, they’d say “pura vida.” Most countries have a way of saying, “go with the flow” or “live your freaking life.” I just wish that we lived by this motto a bit more.
Regardless of our circumstances, we don’t need permission to smile and to feel good... for ourselves! Although we can’t overcome every bad situation in our lives, we can find other outlets and ways to maintain positive energy. For me, it’s smiling and love (for people + places + food)!
How do you all stay positive during rough times?
We came to #Hobart #Tasmania
to see the iconic #tasmanian #devil
but this #adorable #koala
🐨 stole the show....you know, since it is frowned upon to hold Tasmanian devils. 😂 Let is help you plan your next trip to #Australia
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