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- It's good to be back here. 🌅
- THE ITALIAN GIVEAWAY:
Today I took a wine tour and tasting of some delicious #chianti wines at an abbey converted to a winery and hotel.
Check out my Insta stories for all the action from my trip, and here’s what you need to do to win a personalised prize from Italy:
Comment below telling me “WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE ME TO GET YOU FROM ITALY?”
Italian wine? Gucci sunglasses? A scarf/belt from Emilio Pucci? Local ceramics? Be specific- tell me colours/sizes/specifications. Whatever you want! Just follow the rules and pick an Italian prize of your choice!
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- The person with maximum and most genuine engagement will be the winner. They will receive whatever they have asked me to get them from Italy (personalised prize 😃) (T&C of budget and restricted items apply)
- If there are multiple contenders, then winners will be picked using random.org
- Giveaway only open for Indian nationals
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- Adored this piece of art from Hall Winery in Napa Valley. It’s made out of a bunch of sweaters (so clever)- and don’t worry- I didn’t and wouldn’t ever touch hanging art. The art and sculptures in this winery are absolutely gorgeous, if you haven’t visited, you definitely should!
- 🇮🇳 📍Dharavi - Mumbai - India 🇮🇳
☆⬇️English below ⬇️ ☆
Bienvenue dans le 2ème plus grand bidonville d'Asie (après Orangi Town au Pakistan).
Une veritable ville dans la ville située en plein coeur de Mumbaï. Ce bidonville est un véritable poumon économique informel : commerces, artisans, restaurateurs et autres activités animent ce lieu nuit et jour.
L'Inde c'est aussi ça : les déchets, la saleté, la pauvreté mais c'est aussi ce qui la caracterise et lui donne ce côté unique et j'adore !
Welcome to the 2nd biggest slum in Asia (2nd one after Orangi Town in Pakistan).
A town in the town in the heart of Mumbai city. This slum is a huge informal economic place : shops, artisans, restaurant and other business activities make this place living day and night.
I had to show this side of India, this reality : poverty, dirtiness, waste, dust.. but those elements characterize India and give it its unique side and that's what I like !
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- Let me introduce you to Kuksa!
Of all the classical & treasured things in Lapland, I believe Kuksa has quite a raw appeal to the travellers. Given to the world by Sami people - the indigenous inhabitants of Lapland, these cups are handmade out of wood and can be mostly found in the backpack of campers and hikers in the Lapland region. The distinct structure and wooden textures on the cup make them unique & one of the most sought after souvenirs in Lapland. If you are exploring the mountains of Northern Sweden, Norway, Finland or Russia, you'll more often run into travellers holding a Kuksa, sipping on their favourite berry juice.
Traditional Kuksas are carved from birch gnarl, but these days plenty of poor imitated versions of these cups are available in the market. Mostly, it's a mix of wood and a bit of fibre to make the cup washable with soap, as you can't use soap on the wooden cup, lest you are driven to destroy it.
So, you exactly know what to buy when you are in Lapland the next time around. Believe me, the warm blueberry juice tastes heavenly when you take a sip from it amidst the Lappish wilderness.
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