Sunset mountain climbers • • Can I just give a HUGE virtual high five to the lovely @evelynei for these shots? 😍 • • I’ve never met a more adventurous bunch. Seriously...chasing sunset for the #gram. • • Here I was in a full on length sundress and converse clasping a glass cup, avoiding dropping my camera and inconveniently photobombing this engagement photoshoot all while not dying and mooning the entire Capadoccia Valley. • • I hate hiking. Honestly. But yet I’ve found myself climbing mushroom cap mountains in Turkey Volcanos in Nicaragua 🤣. But it’s these moments that bring so much joy to my little heart. Trying new things is actually pretty great. • • What are some fears you’ve conquered? ✈️
I didn’t plan to go to Guadalajara and Guanajuato, but I’m so glad I did. Guanajuato really surprised me! I really love it when I arrive in a city and immediately feel at home. Guanajuato is probably the most colorful city in Mexico. Everywhere you look you see colored houses and it’s so beautiful! I took lots of pictures, I couldn’t get enough!! . What I really recommend is going to the mirador panorama to have this amazing view over the city. The mini hiki up is amazing, because you walk through this cute, cosy streets. Too bad I was alone, because I really wanted some pictures of myself in this cute streets but it’s okay. (Sometimes this is the down side of traveling alone). . Even though the museum was really creepy: I also recommend going to the mummy museum. It will be probably something you haven’t seen before. Most of this mummies are not even a 100 years old. Which really gave me the chills. They looked so creepy and from the moment I came in I didn’t feel comfortable. But still: it was sick to see!!
Can you go to Venice and not ride a gondola? 🛶⠀ ⠀ Ok yes, you definitely can, but this is an experience worth forking out for. As Venice is a city without roads and filled with canals, the best way to see it is from the water. ⠀ ⠀ Hire a gondola and glide through the city, marveling at the crumbling gelato-hued buildings, the ornate churches (there are 139 in Venice) and the beautiful architecture 💫⠀ ⠀ Prices start at €80 to hire a gondola for 30 minutes, and rise to €100 for a sunset cruise. You can choose to rent the whole boat for yourself or to make it more cost-effective you could group up to hire the boat (gondolas take up to 6 people). ⠀ ⠀ To find a gondola to hire simply walk along any of the city’s main canals; there are numerous gondola stops throughout Venice ✨ PS: there’s a new blog post on Venice out today, and it’s a good one 💛
INSIDE MACHU PICCHU - View inside the citadel with the famous Huayna Pichu mountain in the back. ADENTRO DE MACHU PICCHU - Vista del interior de la ciudadela con la famosa montaña Huayna Pichu detras.
G R A T E F U L 🙌🏾 I have so much to be grateful for!! God has really taken me on an interesting path this year. My ears and eyes have been more opened to Spirit and I feel I have this brand new sense of being. I see things is life SO differently from how I saw things even just at the beginning of this year. When Spirit says it’s time to LEVEL UP, just sit back, buckle in and get ready to move by faith!! I am so grateful for where my life has gone this year. Through the ups and downs, The heartbreaks and devastations to all the blessings that have come after it all! I have just been blessed above and beyond what I thought this year would bring. Stay open. Keep the faith 🙏🏾🙌🏾 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #wanderlust#shamelessselfie#womenwhotravel#travellover#travellifestyle#solotravels#solotraveldiaries#solotravelstories#nomadiclife
RP “A lot of you have been asking and wondering how I am doing here in Spain. Honestly, things are going a lot better than I anticipated. I didn't know what to expect after my other experiences living abroad. Life has a funny way of preparing you for the next opportunity or change in your life. All my mistakes while living in Mexico, China, and Japan have created a wealth of wisdom that made this transition much easier. This is the view from my bedroom in Chamberí. Who is ready to come for a visit?”