#allthealleys of Ubud, Bali and also an amazing door. I adore Bali doors!! Absolutely love Ubud! So many things to do and so peaceful.
The centre is busy but go through some random alley or rice terrace and you get some fantastic peace and view.⠀
The left of this photo is a small rice field. Lovely walk to our amazing lodging.⠀
Tip: if you plan on visiting and staying in Ubud, make sure the lodging/room isn’t near the main street. It’s so peaceful in our little corner, about 100m from the main road. Once on the main road, so many cafes to choose from.⠀
Ellie messaged me last night asking if we’re ok after the earthquake. I told her that we’re fine and if I wasn’t waken up, I would have probably slept through the event 😬🙈⠀
She asked if I have taken lots of photos and I said no. My last 10 photos on my camera roll were beer on beach, beer on beach, beach warung (small traditional cafe, some are super simple or a cart) meals and laundry - I wanted to photograph our 🧺 before sending them off to wash 😂⠀
In Legian now and I have read through the tsunami evacuation map. Just in case ya know.
Posted at: 2019-07-20 11:32:12
Same place. Different day. Different sunrise. #arkansas
From the rising of the sun to its setting, the name of the Lord is to be praised! - Psalm 113:3
A Kermode bear, also known as a spirit bear, near Terrace, BC. This rare black bear has white fur cause by a recessive gene, similar to people with red hair. Such an amazing encounter! Check out my story highlights for some behind the scenes footage!
I have a dream one day Instagram will allow us to upload pictures of any size. I also have a dream my hand steadies when I take pictures. I have yet another dream where I don’t leave pictures from 2016 buried in archived folders. Finally, I have nightmares that some day the world will be deprived of my lame captions.
Может ли Европа также захватить как Азия?
Мой ответ - «Нет»
Мы родились в европейской культуре, она нам культурно ближе, наша страна так или иначе все больше приближается к европейским стандартам.
Много лет я живу в Санкт-Петербурге и европейской архитектурой меня трудно удивить, также как и музеями ибо по прежнему считаю, что лучше Эрмитажной коллекции нет (второе место могу отдать ливерпульскому музею Битлз, и пусть будет Лувр на третьем месте😆)
Но вот сменить обстановку, изысканно поесть и ежедневно проходить десятки тысяч шагов пешком я всегда «за»
It’s admittedly easier than ever to live anywhere in the world now that online business and remote working is a thing, and yet we still have so much resistance bubbling away stopping us from going for it. Even if you don’t make a living online, it is still completely possible, with some planning and working out how to make it work, that you can choose to live aboard for a period of time longer than a usual holiday. As you’re probably aware from our feed and articles we’ve been posting, we’ve just been living in Los Angeles full time for the past two months. There are certain reasons why we chose to be there for a while (more on that soon) but even if there wasn’t another purpose to us being there, we truly believe that having that experience of living somewhere completely different for a while has completely changed and revolutionized our lives. We’ve written a piece about why you should try living in a different country at least once in your life over on the blog, including loads of actionable steps to make it happen once you’re inspired. Go check it out, link in our bio!
Take the opportunity to be one with yourself again.
Reindeer are listed as vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The IUCN's Red List of Threatened Species says the species has this distinction because it has had a 40 percent decline in population over the past 21 to 27 years. There are currently around 3.5 million caribou in North America, around 1 million wild reindeer in Eurasia and around 3 million domestic reindeer in northern Europe, according to Encyclopedia Britannica.
Rosebud is a tiny town in Alberta known for its theatre productions in an old opera house. There are no gas stations but there’s one restaurant that is open some of the time. We stayed in a 100 year old house owned by a guy named Randall who is a talented painter. At night I watched the stars through a skylight as owls and coyotes sung me to sleep.
In this pond there were little furry creatures swimming around. Tristan and I thought they were regular rats at first, but they’re actually muskrats.