Что я делала, пока Вы ̶р̶о̶ж̶а̶л̶и̶ ̶д̶е̶т̶е̶й̶ успевали выкладывать посты в Инстаграм на этой неделе?😅
▪️Составляла маршруты прогулок по Парижу, отметила 127 мест для посещения в картах maps.me
▪️Выбирала рестораны и бронировала их со скидкой на всё меню (30-50%) через theFork
▪️Изучала графики французских жд забастовок и искала альтернативные способы передвижения по стране🙄
▪️Покупала билеты на поезда/автобусы по Нормандии и шнурки взамен тем, что почернели под питерским дождём
▪️Собирала вещи в поездку, а потом разбирала их обратно - спасибо ежедневно меняющемуся прогнозу погоды
▪️Пила гранатовое вино и ела хачапури
🎁А теперь рассказываю, что обязательно нужно привезти с собой из Рима (кроме сыра и лишних килограммов, естественно) - фисташковый крем, вкус которого просто сводит с ума!
Купить можно в деликатесных лавках Castroni, их несколько по городу. А попробовать вместе с корнетто (круассаном) в
📍Tortora bar, via Guido d’Arezzo 25 (спасибо за информацию @abakumovanastia
☝🏼Если Вы, как и я путешествуете только с ручной кладью, придётся купить ещё пару пустых ёмкостей до 100мл или взять их с собой заранее из дома, тк крем встречается только в банках от 150🤷🏼♀️
Вы что обычно везёте из путешествий?
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Moalboal is a paradise for snorkeling enthusiasts. You can step out of your room, walk a couple of meters and explore a healthy and bountiful reef of soft and hard corals. Marine turtles guaranteed!
: We were very positively surprised to see such a perfect reef in a town like Moalboal (lots of boats, snorkelers and activity). Surely the dive shops must be doing a great job in protecting it! So if you want to preserve it, I'm going to keep insisting that you follow this easy advice: do not touch or step on anything underwater! That includes holding starfish for an Instagram pic!
The U.S.S. Cairo at the Vicksburg National Military Park was one of seven ironclad gunboats named in honour of towns along the upper Mississippi and Ohio rivers, each mounting thirteen big guns (cannon). The Cairo's skipper, Lt. Commander Thomas O. Selfridge, Jr., was rash and ambitious, and on the cold morning of December 12, 1862, Selfridge led a small flotilla up the Yazoo River, north of Vicksburg, to destroy Confederate batteries and clear the channel of torpedoes (underwater mines). However, the Cairo was rocked by two explosions in quick succession which tore gaping holes in the ship's hull. Within twelve minutes the ironclad sank into six (6) fathoms (36 feet) of water without any loss of life. It wasn't until 1965 that the ship was raised from its grave. The recovery of artefacts from the Cairo revealed a treasure trove of weapons, munitions, naval stores and personal gear of the sailors who served on board. The gunboat and its artefacts can now be seen along the tour road at the U.S.S. Cairo Museum.
To learn more about our Vicksburg trip, check out our latest BESPOKE travel blog post a
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Time for us to introduce ourselves properly —— Hi! We are Devin and Amy, a travelling couple who met in India five years ago and have been on the move ever since. We are always looking for new adventures and experiences. We spent the last eight months living on a 38ft home built sailing yacht, and sailed from France to the Caribbean. (You can read all about it on our blog - link is in our bio). When we finally decided it was time to move on, only one question remained: where to? (Devin is American, I am British, so we need to travel to countries that easily accommodate us both). We signed up to a website called workingcouples.com and started browsing. Our original intentions were to head to South America, as we were already in the Caribbean, however a post about Japan caught our eye. An old, traditional farmhouse - pretty much in the middle of nowhere - was in need of some caretakers. People to cut the grass, water the plants, cultivate the (very steep) land... We joked about it: “sounds like some crazy thing we would do. Go to a place in Japan no one has ever heard of. Ha ha ha.” and eventually decided to send off an email because “it never hurts to know more.” A couple of emails, Skype calls, and a few months later we were on the plane to Osaka. People kept asking us what we would be doing, where we were going, and to be honest, we didn’t really have an answer for them. It was a complete leap of faith into the unknown. But as I said, we are always up for an adventure. So here we are, living in Iya, ‘farming’ on mountain, and learning as we go. If you are interested in our current lifestyle, this is the place to follow along!
Raise your hand if you’ve been to Brimstone Hill Fortress on St Kitts 🙋🏻♂️🙋🏻♀️ There were no cruise ships in the day we visited so we had the whole place to ourselves! Built and occupied by the British, it eventually fell to ruins after they left. Now, it’s beautifully restored and has the most magnificent views on the island! You could take a taxi from Basseterre, BUT it’s much more exciting and fun to grab a local bus 🚌 Oh and one more thing! Beware of the pigs, they bite! 🐷Maybe I’ll post the video of a pig biting me if I get enough requests 😂