My first favorite thrill at the Universal Orlando Resort is the entrance to Islands of Adventure. The theming at the Port of Entry immerses you into another world and evokes a sense of wonder and exploration. The welcome of “The Adventure Begins" excites you and pumps you up for your thrilling day at the park.
What do you think of the Port of Entry? What is your favorite thing about it? What other thrills do you enjoy at the Universal Orlando Resort? Stayed tuned for my next Thrilling Universal Thursday to see if I feature your favorites.
Di Tamansari, Bandung warga berupaya mempertahankan apa yang menjadi haknya tak hanya dilakukan lewat aksi perlawanan. Mengubah titik konflik menjadi ruang publik baru, ruang interaksi sosial yang mengoptimalkan kantung komunitas untuk melawan gempuran yang dilakukan pemilik modal. Dengan dukungan progresif, kolektif dan kreatif dari siapa pun yang peduli niscaya akan membawa semangat perlawanan yang sama, menyebar ke berbagai titik api hingga menyulut api solidaritas sesama.
Tadi malam, Sub-Unit Photo's Speak telah selesai menggelar Diskusi Foto dengan tajuk "Kemana Arah Fotografi Kita?" di Reruntuhan Tamansari, Bandung dengan menghadirkan Arif "Danun" Hidayah sebagai pemateri diskusi. Melalui diskusi ini telah dibahas mengenai bagaimana fotografi menjadi medium penyadaran publik bahwa melalui sebuah karya foto bisa menceritakan tentang sisi lain kehidupan. Sejalan dengan konsep Egalite yang diusung sebagai tajuk pameran, melalui diskusi ini niscaya nilai kesetaraan memberikan sebuah kepercayaan, memberikan kekuatan dan memperluas horison.
Pameran masih berlangsung hingga 31 Agustus 2019 di Reruntuhan Tamansari Bandung. Mari bersama memaknai kemerdekaan ini bersama kawan-kawan di titik api. Selanjutnya akan kami bagikan momen-momen keseruan pada diskusi foto kali ini di pameran foto #Egalite . Terima kasih.
Amid the riotous cacophony of Pushkar lies this cozy, serene, magical oasis of calm
A restored mansion, it blends modern amenities, international cuisine, and tasteful decor with plenty of privacy (it has a legit trapdoor to enter!) Thank you for the memories, @innseventhheaven !
I will never stop roaming the world. Even when I slow down. It won’t be the end. I love how beautiful the world is but I don’t like that not lots of you are comfortable enough to see what life is truly about. If it’s not traveling. It should be experiencing. If you get the opportunity don’t hesitate just take it. It changes your life forever. Sharing this because lately I been getting lots of messages from you guys about my travels and I see how uncomfortable some people are but want to do it. Get out of your comfort zone and just do it. Enjoy you life. Become a story teller. Be safe. ❤️
Every time I look at this the first thing I think of is Footprints by T.O.K 🧐
But that’s a lot of footprints 👣 going in different directions
This was the first time I visited here. It was such a rainy day but I loved it so much. Especially when the sun popped out at as it was setting. #twelveapostles#greatoceanroad
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Leaving for Paris in a few hours AHHH 😭 I can't think of any cooler way to close out my 27th year (birthday is officially on Monday). I'm ready for an adventure ❤
Located in the upper part of Barcelona on the southern slope of Mount Carmelo, is the famous and most visited @parkguell ——————————🏡——————————
🌸It is a public park filled with lush gardens and unique architectural features.
🌸Designed by the world famous catalan architecture Antoni Gaudí.
🌸The park was commissioned by wealthy entrepreneur Eusebi Güell, who gives the park its name.
Nature at its best 💙
Mammoth lakes is situated in the California’s Sierra Naveda mountains. It is well known for the Mammoth mountain & provides several ski areas.
Since it’s near @yosemitenps It is definitely worth doing at least one day stopover to see the most beautiful lakes & hot springs🏞
The Streets of Kolkata
Being the old capital city of British India, I knew I’d find many historic sights in Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta) during my trip. And even though I love admiring grand architecture, museums filled with stories of yesteryears, and touristic places in general; I knew that I wanted to do more than just see the popular landmarks of Kolkata.
I had read many blogs about how Kolkata lives in its streets and thats exactly what I wanted to experience. I wanted to walk in its heritage neighbourhoods till my feet hurt and press click every time I saw a cute house or two. I wanted to see how the local people go about their day and learn about the past of their city straight from them and their experiences. I wanted to explore streets that no guide tells you to, and I wanted to find beautiful corners such as this one, by myself. ✨
So during my 2 and a half days in Kolkata, that’s exactly what I did. Sure I visited a few touristic places early morning for sunrise shoots, but I always kept my afternoon and evening free to explore residential areas such as this one. The feeling of not knowing what you are going to find and then stumbling upon something so picturesque is a travel experience that I am always going to remember. ✨
CG’s tip: This particular house is located in the Shobha bazaar neighbourhood of North Kolkata. North Kolkata has many areas like this one and even if you cant find the exact same house, you are going to come across many picturesque buildings that will make all the walking worth it. So don’t forget to walk around and let the city unfold its magic in front of you.
On the bumpy drive up to Artuch base camp in Tajikistan's Fann Mountains, @slioy laid out two options for our group: "There's the normal route to Kulikalon Lake that's a bit shorter and easier, or a route that's steeper and longer but with better views at the pass."
No one hesitated in the slightest; obviously we were going for the better views.
Dodging other groups of trekkers heading to the easier pass, we veered off on a route along the emerald waters of little Chakurak lake, past the patchwork tents and of shepherds tending flocks in the summer pastures, through alpine meadows dotted with flowers and lazily grazing cows.
In the hours we walked, we saw hardly a soul. Occasionally the mountain path switched up slopes steep enough to make us puff, but never so heavily that we couldn't appreciate the peaks around us—or stop our eccentric conversation about everything from relationship struggles to explosive diarrhea (travel bloggers are a weird lot).
Several hours passed as we climbed about a kilometer of vertical distance. At some point we sped up, trying to race oncoming clouds threatening chilly rain and obscured views.
Just when my legs began to ache and my stomach started grumbling, I reached the top of the 3,800 meter Chukurak Pass. A gust of wind whipped sweaty hair as I crested the hill and my eyes locked onto this view of Kulikalon Lake.
Do you think this view was worth the extra strain? I'd say so.
On assignment with @travel_tojikiston and USAID.
Two cancelled flights, two lost days, and a whole lot of surly "Why is my life so messed?" internal howling later (slap me, that's really insensitive logic given how much more screwed the rest of the world is), I finally made it to Ladakh on a 'chill' trip- my first solo one since 3 weeks in Sri Lanka back in December!
But anyhooooo, I'm here and Lord my jaw has been legit dropped open through most of the past 4 days here. Lack of mobile network has given me so much time to just live in the moment(s) and I'm loving how attentive, present and free I've been feeling here.
Travel has always been beyond what I see, it's been about how a place makes me feel, ya know?
Everyone appears to be so joyous and friendly here, I even met 4 ladies knitting in the local market and have two 'rishtaas' lined up 😂
Barring a nasty cough, appetite loss and nausea situation, these clear blue skies and the ridiculously gorgeous otherworldly landscapes have helped me settle into a pace that is much much slower than my usually slow pace.
I like it, but I'm also mad that the local doc in Leh has asked me to try and stay put all of tomorrow. Fiiiine, I'll do it. Because kids, Health first. Always :)
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