My Lanesboro city guide is up on the blog! I had never heard of it until a few weeks ago when it showed up in an article about charming small towns in the United States. I'll definitely give it that!
Find out what to do, where to eat, and where to stay in this lovely little town. The link to the post is in my profile. Enjoy! #exploreminnesota#lanesboro#letsgoplaces
La Playa Liguiqui lleva el mismo nombre de la comunidad, población pesquera asentada a 100 metros sobre el nivel del mar ,en esta se han encontrado vestigios arqueológicos de gran importancia y un atractivo interesante son los corrales marinos que fueron construidos con piedras costeras semicirculares y sirven para atrapar peces y crustáceos cuando la marea baja.
Actualmente su principal fuente de ingreso es la pesca, pero se estudia la posibilidad de que esta localidad sea un destino que oferte turismo cultural, sustentable y sostenible gracias a su arqueología marina.
Liguiqui solo está a 25 minutos de Manta y a 5 km de la comunidad más cercana que es Pacoche. @InstameetEc Agradece la invitación a nuestra comunidad que fue representada por @jarvinsam para conocer más de la oferta turística de este sector del País.
Captured by the scent of lavenders but admiring the sunshine yellow sunflowers.. Still cannot decide which are my favourite.. Also couldn’t decide which photo I preferred so I decided to share both with you guys🤗☺️
Which do you prefer? 1 or 2?
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And just like that, all the daily stresses start to melt away and I’m finally in a place that feels like home, breathing the sweetest air, feeling like myself for the first time in a long time.
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They say that there is no heaven on Earth 🌎..True.. But there are pieces of it for sure.
I’ve been thinking a lot about my favorite summer destinations the past couple days, and Italy is definitely up there. I was blown away by how many beautiful landscapes were stuffed into the Dolomites area. Do you have a favorite summer spot? I’m looking for inspiration! 🌲
🇬🇧 Sleep on a mattress that's not mine and break my back.
Searching for restaurant that cares for food intolerance, three times a day, breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Walk a lot and in the evening find yourself with some blisters and some cramps.
The tourists crowd, the reflex around the neck that weighs a ton, the "Wait for me to take a picture" and the "Move yourself, It will become cold".
I love all this.
And I'll stop traveling only when I'm dead.
🇮🇹Dormire su un materasso non mio e scassarmi la schiena.
Tribolare un po’ per cercare locali attenti alle intolleranze, tre volte al giorno, colazione pranzo e cena.
Camminare tantissimo e a sera ritrovarsi con qualche vescica e qualche crampo.
La folla di posti turistici, la reflex al collo che pesa un quintale, gli “aspetta che faccio una foto” e i “dai che si fredda”.
Amo tutto questo.
E smetterò di viaggiare solo da morta.
Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry designed the tower for the Luma Arles complex in Arles, France last year. The twisting tower is clad in reflective aluminum tiles and glass boxes, which are meant to mimic the craggy rock formations found near the city. The dreamlike tower isn't set to open until next spring, so until then, we've collected 14 other dreamy places in France that you'll want to check out. Find them at the link in our bio. Photo by @cashmere.passport. #afarmag#traveldeeper
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We took the bus in the direction to Mdina. You find Medieval alleys here, but also super restaurants inside the walls.