It has a hard hike with Lewis but it’s definitely worth it
Bienvenida p̫r̫i̫m̫a̫v̫e̫r̫a̫ 🌷
Te estábamos esperando!
Este oasis verde lo encontramos en el medio de Singapur, una ciudad que me sorprendió y que recomiendo incluir en cualquier viaje a Asia!
Yosemite’s high country....where to next?
Just look at this lovelies!
'let everything happen to you, beauty and terror. just keep going. no feeling is final.'
I thought this photo looked cool but really it’s me trying desperately to keep my hat on my head. It blew into traffic twice. This wind is bananas. // Ps. Spent 36 hours in Bariloche to gear up and make plans for the next 10 days. We are heading for those mountains today and will continue south, camping and hiking, until we reach Torres del Paine September 30 to trek. Oh, and our luggage was found in Buenos Aires 🙏🏻🙏🏻 so we will have all our belongings before heading out.
I never not enjoy a moment spent with these like-minded individuals; who have been sticking with me through thick and thin for more than 15 fucking years!!! (mind = blown 🤯).
I will forever treasure you guys. Real rare gems 💎
My crystal ball showed a vision of us being 70 and will still be these sarcastic rebels. Cheers to many more years of laughter and adventure 🥂😎
It must be heartbreaking and lonely not being able to relate to people, whom you have loved all your life, once you have climbed high enough.
Someday you will look back and realize it was all worth it. 🇦🇺
"Though the road's been rocky, it sure feels good to me." -Bob Marley
A Melbourne landmark and cultural icon, the State Library is a magnificent 19th-century building with some of the city’s most beautiful heritage interiors.
The State Library's collections include over two million books, hundreds of thousands of pictures, newspapers, maps and manuscripts, and masses of audio, video and digital material – all reflecting the culture of Victoria over the past 150 years. 🇦🇺
Sana ganito din kaganda at kalinis ang Pasig Palengke 😂
The Royal Exhibition Building is a World Heritage Site-listed building in Melbourne, completed in 1880. It was built to host the Melbourne International Exhibition in 1880–81 and later hosted (in the Western annex) the opening of the first Parliament of Australia in 1901. Throughout the 20th century smaller sections and wings of the building were subject to demolition and fire; however, the main building, known as the Great Hall, survived. It received restoration throughout the 1990s and in 2004 became the first building in Australia to be awarded UNESCO World Heritage status, being one of the last remaining major 19th-century exhibition buildings in the world. 🇦🇺
Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction can end up being the biggest step of your life. 🇦🇺
Aussie penguin spotted. 🐧 Can I take you home?