Ce que j'aime en Gironde c'est que chaque plage est différente. Vous allez sur les plages du bassin au sud et vous pourriez attendre l'eau pendant plusieurs heures et vous "baigner" dans la vase, au nord à Soulac on trouve ces adorables petits abris qui nous rappelle tellement le 20 ème siècle. C'est vraiment mignon et à la fois tellement beau avec le turquoise derrière.
The Port of Rijeka is located on the shore of the Kvarner gulf in the Adriatic sea. The first records of the port date to 1281. It was the main port of the Kingdom of Hungary in the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, of Yugoslavia between WWI and 1991, and of Croatia after its independence.
Today, it is the largest port in Croatia.
Day 8/21 - travel day from the capital of the ancient Khmer-Kingdom Siem Reap 🇰🇭 to Phnom Penh 🇰🇭 Cambodia’s current capital
- air temperature: 34°C
- water temperature: unknown
- walking distance: 8,6km
- trip distance: 260km
Feeling that travel bug something real today. Anyone else ever just want to leave everything you know for about a month and explore a new place you know almost nothing about? It's not that life here isn't absolutely fantastic; I have a job I love, I'm surrounded by fantastic friends...but sometimes I feel the words of Tolkien as a call or a challenge: "It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to." I want to feel the thrill of not knowing where the day will take me - yet I'm terrified of being ill-equipped to deal with the unknown challenges that may arise. I want to stumble upon exciting places I didn't know existed - yet I'm afraid I'll miss something amazing. I'm afraid of being alone in am unfamiliar place - yet the freedom and autonomy allures me. The amazing trip we took to Iceland, where this picture was taken, proved to me that travel on a budget, planning each day on the way, is both possible and exciting. I tell people all the time that they have to try things like that, both to learn about the world they live in and about themselves, yet for reasons unknown to me, people seem to treat this lifestyle as dangerous and unrealistic. As Patrick Rothfuss writes: "No man is brave that has never walked a hundred miles. If you want to know the truth of who you are, walk until not a person knows your name. Travel is the great leveler, the great teacher, bitter as medicine, crueler than mirror-glass. A long stretch of road will teach you more about yourself than a hundred years of quiet introspection." I could say a lot more on this subject but maybe this is already a deeper glance into Donovan's mind than anyone was expecting today.
After about a week of being in Edinburgh, we had seen most of the big ‘touristy’ stops and realized we could just wander around and explore. That led to the discovery of a beautiful walking path down by the Water of Leith and this truly gorgeous monument to Hygieia, the Roman Goddess of Health.