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- Minha pele está ressecadíssima por aqui, por isso, hidrato MUITO o rosto! Mas, não da pra negar que a pele fica mais bonita, né?😍 #selfie
- One of my favourite places in India 🌴 🌅
- "Karang yang keras tak akan mampu dikikis oleh buih ombak sekalipun jumlahnya banyak". .
Happy weekend Indonesia.
- Such a beautiful hotel to come home to after a long day of touristing haha! For your next holiday save some extra cash using the link in the bio! You will get $30 US of your next stay!
- The reunion 💕
Many first-time meets, and happy “hello again” moments. I’m so thankful that I got to see my brother, Shauna and Cora TWICE last year!! ✈️ #FamilyReunion
- Little shrine near a cemetery in Inuyama.
📍(near) Inuyamayuen Station, April 11, 2016
- Today we are featuring our favorite post by @ hiptriptips
My oh my!!! 😲😲😲
What a cool swing concept in Bali! 😍🌏
Would you go try with your bae or buddy?!
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- Colours on colours at the National Museum of Cambodia, Phnom Penh 🌹
📍 National Museum of Cambodia, Phnom Penh 🇰🇭
- One of my most memorable trips was this one to Coorg - mainly coz it was my first solo trip and it was completely spontaneous and unplanned. I was having some frustrating days in college and was very stressed with work and life in general.
So that fine Friday afternoon I had this sudden urge that I just needed to leave - to get out of there - I needed a break from it all. So I just took my backpack, threw in a bunch of random stuff. And I just left. No one, including me at that point, knew where I was going.
I reached the bus stop and stood at the ticket counter and looked at the first bus out. The next bus was to Madikeri, Coorg. I bought the ticket, bought a water bottle, waited for the bus and got in. My phone decided to die on me that very moment. It was a regular seater bus so it didn't have those charging points and stuff. I was getting kinda nervous by then but then I thought I'll just get to the bus stop and then charge my phone and then check for hotels to stay and then book. I guess I was just feeling extra adventurous.
So anyway after a while this girl came and sat down on the seat next to me on the bus. I usually don't talk to people but since my phone had died and I was feeling like this whole different person anyway, I struck up a conversation with her. We ended up talking for hours about life and relationships and work and everything in between. Also, she got to know that I was traveling alone and she helped arrange a tent for me at her cousin's small homestay.
Throughout the rest of the trip, I got to experience kindness from so many strangers who helped me out. Everyone wanted to look out for me and take care of me - once, my phone died in the evening and I didn't know the address of the homestay. A lady noticed my distress, let me into her house to charge my phone and call the homestay owner. She even served me snacks while I was there! The roadside stall owner where I had breakfast for the two days that I was there - gave me a handwritten recipe for the dish Iiked. That trip I learned that love is stronger than fear. And this world might be a scary place but humanity is fundamentally kind if you just decide to allow it.
- I can't remember how to play Dominoes.