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My outdoorsy heart skipped a beat when I learned that there were two waterfall visits in our Ubud tour for the second day. We visited Kanto Lampo first but we weren’t able to fully enjoy the swim because of the strong water current during that afternoon. By the way, we experienced consistent rainfall in Bali during all afternoons of our visit (from 4PM onwards except in our last day), so we found satisfying our summer-seeking hearts difficult. Still, we didn’t allow the rain to ruin our Balinese summer, so we wandered around umbrella-less and enjoyed the comforting feeling of rain touching our skin.
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some days feel like dreams - today was one of those days
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While we were playing with lights during some night shooting, I caught two shooting stars that crossed each other (seen on the upper left of St Helens in this photo).. How often does this happen? 🤙🏼
Welcome to the Mansions! VERY SPACIOUS 2 bedroom, 2 bath + Den home on one level. End Unit. NO STAIRS, wheel chair friendly. Complex is in great shape-new roof and large contingency fund! Very LOW STRATA FEE. Gated community located close to Guildford mall, T&T Market and all the amenities. Adult community (19+). Great value, great complex, great location.
You ever think about how often we take for granted the ability to physically feel? For example, when it’s raining and you’re driving, can you remember the last time you stuck your arm out the window to feel the drops land on your arm and thought about how much you’d miss it if you couldn’t. Or when the summer sun kisses your skin. Or the magnetic touch of another. Even the uncomfortable feelings like a shock or cut. It’s quite amazing when you stop and sit on the thought.
Frary Peak hike. 7 miles RT. 2,300 ft elevation gain. Best to visit around Nov-March to avoid the gnats. Micro spikes are helpful the last 1/2 mile when there is snow. At mile marker 3 go to the right down the trail on the side of the peak rather than traversing the ridge. The lower trail is more manageable and will take you to the peak. 👍🏼