The country side just from Agra to Jaipur will open your eyes. I’ll see things that I know will change me as a whole and be a better more humble man returning home. That is the goal though isn’t while traveling or atleast to some, experience a world outside of your owns comfort zone? To teach you lessons and blessings that you never knew were needed. It’s not looking down on people who are sleeping in the mud or hoping for a single customer at a roadside barbershop so that you can bring food home for the night with home being a tarp over a woven top on a wood frame. It’s not looking down on them and feeling pity it’s looking at them wondering how you do this day by day and still can look up and smile at everyone you see. I’m in awe of your power and strength. It’s inspiring. All we see is their physical presence and belongings but we can’t see how happy they could be on the inside for they know what matters most and that is family and love.
“No one realizes how beautiful it is to travel until he comes home and rests his head on his own, familiar pillow.” – Lin Yutang
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Also known as Ganesha, is the lord of Joy and remover of obstacles. He is also worshipped as the god of education and literature, knowledge, wisdom and wealth.
According to the Hindu religion, Ganesh, when honoured before a new undertaking, will bestow riches and assure success.
Siddhartha Gautama was the son of a Nepalese rajah and became the spiritual teacher who founded Buddhism. Buddha left a life of luxury and devoted himself to years of contemplation, finally reaching enlightenment while sitting beneath a Bodhi tree.
He chose to spend his life teaching others how to achieve a state of liberation and freedom from suffering.
Buddha taught his followers to pursue a "middle way" of moderation and meditation.
The beautiful and novel Cafe Apartment in HCM City .
Built in the 60s, this building once held American Military officers and South Vietnamese officials.
Over time after the war was over, these apartments made way for tourism as multiple cafe owners have now leased out this space. Unsuitable for commercial purposes, many of these are illegally operating with eviction notices looming around.
Hello Ljubljana ♡
So as you see from previous posts I have been a month ago to a round trip around Slovenia + Graz, Austria and Trieste, Italy.
Since I have been to a lot of places in Italy and Spain, I can say that I expected nothing special from Ljubljana, and yet it amazed me. It was really a love at first sight.
Stay tuned for more info on this trip, more lovely shots and blog posts about each city I visited. #ljubljana#slovenia#ifeelslovenia#visitljubljana#visitslovenia
______ #Prague is full of beautiful spots to enjoy amazing city views. The view from the Old Town Square is what i was waiting to see the most for this first trip.
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Every year in September the splendid Medici Villa in Poggio a Caiano hosts the event Assedio alla Villa (or siege on the villa). 2019 dates are September 13, 14 and 15.
Celebrations are rooted in a specific event in history: in 1565, the Archduchess Joanna of Austria, daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I, arrived at the Medici villa in Poggio a Caiano before going to Florence to marry Francesco I de' Medici. The young woman was welcomed by the people with such festivity that it seemed like a siege!
Nowadays, Assedio alla Villa means historical reenactments, music, shows, food & wine, guided tours, art workshops and more that'll take you on a journey 500 years back in time.