Dicen que viajar cambia y así es. Todo el que me conoce sabe que antes el campo me daba alergia y ahora me paso el día de “ Dora la exploradora”. Llevo 3 días haciendo uno de los trekkings más impresionantes para mi hasta ahora entre las poblaciones de Mestia y Ushguli. Entre subidas y bajadas te encuentras pequeñas poblaciones salpicadas de torres medievales y paisajes tan espectaculares como éste.
* * 🇬🇧Traveling is life changing. I used to be “ allergic” to natured and now im in “ Dora the explorer “ mode most of the time .
Currently I am doing one of the most scenic hikes I’ve ever done between the two villages of Mestia and Ushguli.
Walking up and down you cross small villages splashed with koshis ( stone defensive tower) and stunning landscape like this.
Time humbles you. It humbles you in a way you will never expect and won't think you need and will never see coming. It gives you chances to stand at the top and opportunities to fall. To stand on the stage and fade into the blue of everybody else. Time teaches you to live the kind of life you ran from once. But mostly, it teaches you to see. To see what matters and what doesn't. When an end is a beginning. And when an end is an end 🍀
Breathe in that fresh jungle air 🌴 View to your private terrace & hammock from one of our villas
10 days left to take a much needed last minute trip to Shaka while taking advantage of our end of season special offer! (see last post for details 😏) photo cred: @nicoleyiii
Places so full of energy, you have no choice but to soak some of the goodness in...like @travelwith_ru here in Chiang Rai.
Who else gets excited for an adventure that they haven’t even planned yet?
I’ve got adrenaline pumping through my body at the moment as I’m planning a little solo-trip in October, but have no idea where or how long for! That’s definitely the beauty of solo travel. Everything is on your terms and your time. Ofc things may go wrong along the way, but in terms of having to please another person (or group of people) that completely goes out the window. Nothing better than your own company sometimes - honestly!
Exploring somewhere new, people watching, trying new things and getting out of my comfort zone is 10000% what I need right now to uplift and drive my own energy. So on that note, does anyone have any recco’s for a solo trip in Europe in early Oct? Would appreciate any tips 🧡