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- #tbt to the days when we were building our first pop-up camper and we were just a couple of little birdlings making our first nest, getting ready to start a new life/adventure 🐣🐣
- 😳The glory hole of Lake Berryessa. The 72-feet-wife and 245-feet-long hole is the Lake Berryessa spillway, a sort of oversized drain for the Monticello Dam in Napa Valley, California. The water drains out into the Putah Creek below.
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- This African Croc 🐊 gave me a mouthful.
- There is something about this that I love.
- abandoned drive-in theater
- Honestly, island life is pretty sweet. Nothing to do but get bored & watching the ocean waves. I’m definitely not used to getting bored so I’m always giving myself a prep talk to slow it down a lot. Not entirely sure where to in May in SE Asia. HMU with suggestions. No rainy places please.
- Hula dancing is a beautiful and graceful form of dance combining foot movement along with meaningful hand gestures to tell a story or teach a lesson. In ancient Hawaiian times, no written books of daily life or special events existed. In the absence of written language, the Hawaiian people created hula dances and chants as as a means to document significant events, history, myths, and ancestry as far back as to their first inhabiting the Hawaiian Islands sometime between 0-500 a.d.
- Selamat pagi manusia, yg diberi rezeki berlebih tapi tk pernah cukup.
- Saigon really doesn’t have much to offer in regards to sights but it’s the special nuisances of being able to just be in the moment & be an observer of everybody/everything passing by, usually accompanied by a cold cafe sua da & tra da. #tbt
- The Observation Wheel on a stormy day in HK.
- One more from Victoria Harbour featuring some colourful vessels. 8pm is the light show & despite cursing the clouds during the day. The clouds were making the city lights extra special that night.
- There’s always time for the Star Ferry to cross the Victoria Harbour & see HK Island light up.
- Double decker trams in HK.
- Rush hour against the backdrop of the sun setting.
- Supper time at the local market.
I returned in the early evening & noticed a new crop of food vendors lined up for the supper time crowd. It was quite an amazing scene of community. (I only got dessert because 5pm is hella early for supper.)