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Last night in Soho
I absolutely love walking in this area during the evenings, because of its neon lights, small corner shops with an edgy/mysterious vibe. Something about it makes me feel like in the movies ✨
I’ve tried posting this post for over an hours several times and it just wouldn’t go through (it was supposed to be a carousel), head to my stories to see the second photo which was supposed to go along with this! Let me know which one you like better 😊🙌
The Albayzín is one of those places that will make you feel like you traveled back in time. With twisting cobblestones streets and a maze of traditional white houses, the neighborhood is the perfect place for aimless wandering. The gentle Spanish guitar music in the background and the dramatic views overlooking the Alhambra palace are definitely one of my favorite memories from Granada. 🇪🇸 #wheninspain#andalucia#topspainphoto
We did it! To our beloved neighbours, Yiayia and Pappou Greece awaits your generous souls! As many of you know YiaYia’s sister tragically had a stroke in late June, next Monday Yiayia will be on her merry way to reunite with her sister. Thanks to Kim & Andrew from @flightcentreau for providing us the best gift of all! Also special thanks to Natasha from Flight Centre Northland for helping booking the flights! @yiayianextdoor 👵🏼✈️🇬🇷 #openmyworld#lovethyneighbour
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Grateful for where I'm at, excited about where I'm going. 🍂
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If you ask me, she was wondering how long she will remember this road. She was also wondering about the nature and how much time is left to explore and enjoy simple things. How long it will be till everything arround her be built with new hotels and there will be no more free space for the eyes to apreciate what she sees in this moment. Less is more and simplicity is everything. "Don't rush through life" she said to herself. You are here, enjoy, breath in and explore. #zlatibor#mountains#freshair#nature
When I graduated from University all I hoped for was to land a job, any job as long as it will help me pay the bills and loans. We went to several interviews on several construction companies. When we could not land a job after a week, we changed strategy by not going in group but by pair. After another week with no return calls, I felt desperate. I hoped and wished I'll land a job, whatever it is. While walking at a mall I saw a job post looking for call center agents. The BPO industry was just starting then, compensation and benefits was 3x the salary of a fresh graduate plus overtime. Simple math told me it'll solve my financial issues in just a month or two and I'll be left with spare change. I was hired on the same day and reported to work a week after with a signing bonus. The question was about Tiger Woods 😊 It was a dream come true, I was happy but for a short period of time. I got used to the lifestyle then came the restlessness. I moved on, moving forward and until this day, still moving forward but those decisions weren't easy. It is always comfortable to just settle but I guess, settling isn't my thing
Looking for an amazing pyramid in the background?
Check this out!! Many of you asked me if this country is safe for travelling or not?
This is what I experienced in Egypt
First of all, military checkpoints are all over the country. Covering every tourist attractions. Security controls are in every public areas such as: restaurants, hotels etc…
Second, one exasperate thing I experienced though are the street vendors easily run across around tourist sites.
An advice for you guys is, if you wanna avoid them, “Do not talk to locals” !! - They always try to sell or cheat on you in someway. Just say “No, Thanks you- in a friendly way” ! This is just a minor aspect I experienced in this country.
After all, there’s always a pro’s and con’s in every tourist places
Although, this is one of the most country visited every year‼️ EGYPT is absolutely SAFE‼️‼️ .
For women: dress modestly - cover up your knees and belly!
PS: We all experienced our journey in a different way.
Here I would say, Don’t trust everything what is social media feeding us.
Бухта Елена стала крайней точкой, куда мы успели добраться на Генеральских пляжах.
Здесь людей, как показалось, уже сильно меньше. Но все равно любой грот, где хотелось укрыться от дождя, был занят палаткой 😀
Так что пришлось срочно бежать обратно в лагерь 💦
В дождь, вот уж точно, на машине лучше сюда и не соваться. Встретили парня, который с трудом катил свой велосипед из-за налипшей на колёса грязи. Ехать, думаю, вообще было без вариантов. Порадовались, что мы хотя бы пешком 😁