Tirta Empul is dedicated to Vishnu, the Hindu God of water. One of the famous holy water temple, and so many balinese people to "melukat" ritual in this temple. The important as visitor is to respect holy place and use dress respectfully. Slide into next picture to know about "kamen" or "sarong" that will we use to enter the temple. Model by @septy_darrel
Deze Amerikaanse pannenkoeken móet je gewoon gegeten hebben, als naar The States bent geweest. Moet zeggen dat ik geen hele grote fan ben, hoor. Doe mij maar liever een Hollandse pannenkoek! Wat is jouw favoriet?
Our summer at #Smart has been truly amazing. Our mission: creating lifelong memories and a strong sense of community. At the centre of everything we do there is one thing: JOY. We do everything with joy and feel blessed to have so many people trust us, so many parents trust us with their precious, amazing and lovely children. I, for one, feel blessed and grateful! ❤❤❤ #wanderlusting
Тель-Авивский стрит-арт в стиле древнего Египта.
Смотришь на эти расписные двери и так хочется сказать "Сизам откройся!"😂
Tel-Aviv street-art in the style of ancient Egypt.
You look at these painted doors and you want to say, “Open the sisam!” 😂
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There’s something so freeing about being on a mountain top -- it feels like anything is possible...
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📍🇩🇴 #dominicanRepublic#diadelarestauracion#16deAgosto 🗯 A short history lesson – “Día de la Restauración”
It might sound strange that a country’s independence can actually be “restored” just a few years after it had been proclaimed, right? But according to our rich and interesting Dominican history, that is exactly what happened in this country – which is known for not only having reclaimed it’s independence, but also for having declared it’s independence on 3 different occasions!
After officially obtaining our National Independence on February the 27th 1844, thanks to Juan Pablo Duarte, Francisco del Rosario Sánchez and Matías Ramón Mella (and previously in 1821 with the “Independencia Efímera” [Brief Independence]),the Dominican Republic once again lost power over its territory and people when Pedro Santana, who at the time was the country’s first President and Dictator, decided ruling the country was to much work – so he handed the power back over to Spain! (Remember that the Dominican Republic was once a colony of Spain).
A few years after Pedro Santana had handed the rule to Spain, a brave Dominican man, a great leader and example to all Dominicans, faught with his people against the Spanish forces. His name was Gregorio Luperón and he declared war (and independence) by raising the Dominican flag at the “Cerro de Capotillo (the Capotillo Hill) an action historically known as the “Grito de Capotillo” on August the 16th, 1863. It was then when the Restoration War was officially declared and faught between Dominicans and Spanish forces until 1865.
The result; the Spanish forces left the country and the Dominican Republic once again reclaimed it’s independence
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A request from a great lady that hungers to see the world! I get ya ☺️ I think she’s wearing these solid sterling silver hand punched babies to Greece on her next stop. Happy and safe travels 😙. Is there a word or short phrase that you love? Let’s make something of it 🤗
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With Mount Ararat as a dramatic backdrop, the 7th century Zvartnots Cathedral in Armenia is a must-visit on any trip to the country’s capital, Yerevan. Just a half hour drive from the centre of town, it's an ideal place to escape the city for a few hours, soaking in the atmospheric surroundings.
We've listed the best things to do in Yerevan on wanderlust.co.uk - link in profile.