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Got a little compass from my ex colleagues to always find the way back. #my_little_compass .
I use this camera (affiliate):
Some of the beaches on #KohPhangan
in Thailand are really nice for sunbathing but not for swimming because there's too little water.
I read an article on a blog yesterday about the positive and negative effects of #travelinfluencers
. About how they lead to inequality when recommending a luxury villa over a small local guesthouse, about how unknown beautiful beaches are destroyed when influencers drive traffic to them, but also how beautiful landscapes can be saved from industrial usage if they become touristattractions.
I never really thought about the power of travel influencers. What do you all think about it?
Life's like a swing: You can only move upwards if you have been down before.
Palmtrees are the best!
Tag someone with whom you want to lie under a palm tree on the beach.
Such a beautiful beach in Koh Phangan and hardly anybody there. It's incredible that people just stay crowded on the same few beaches while there are other ones that are almost empty and not less beautiful.
I thought I'm gonna switch to my Asia pics again since there are still so many that I want to show you.
This was the Subway-cat in Georgetown/Penang (Malaysia). She was extremely slim and half her tail was missing. She spent her days on the terrace of the local Subway, so at least she had some shade, but the heat was still extreme. She obviously only chose to stay there since around 2 weeks before I arrived and the staff of the Subway assured me that they give some leftovers to her in the evenings. So I hope she is better now. I really liked that nobody was ever chasing her away.
So if you're heading to Georgetown soon, think about giving her a bit of food.
This lake is in walking distance of my hometown. There are two swans staying there. One of them is very shy and always stays at the back of the lake, but this swan is brave and doesn't care about humans taking photos.
The balloons were a lovely spot of colour between the buildings of Düsseldorf.