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Posted at: 2020-02-21 18:00:33
Throwback to one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen! Twin Lagoon is a pair of dazzling blue lagoons set among a backdrop of vertical and jagged karst walls on Coron Island.. everyone should visit this place at least once in their life! #hellofrom Philippines 🇵🇭
Posted at: 2020-02-20 23:33:52
JÁ PODE VOLTAR PRODUÇÃO? 🤣 O carnaval já tá batendo aí na porta e eu só penso que março tem uma suuuuper viagem pra vocês! Vai ter ÍNDIA and MALDIVAS nesse Instagram aqui meu povo!
Essa fotoca aí só foi um aquecimento em Itaparica, pq esse feed vai ficar COLORIDÍSSIMO muito em breve! Quem aí manda dicas desses dois destinos pra mim? Meu ♥️ tá aguentando de ansiedade não!
Posted at: 2020-02-21 21:14:19
Looking forward to catching some winter sun in the Algarve over the next few days. Lagos is a favourite of mine. What’s yours?
Spent a gorgeous day exploring the MOCA. I noticed that I visit galleries and museums all the time when I'm travelling yet neglect the ones at home. This year, I'm making a conscious decision to start taking in everything Toronto has to offer - starting right here, in my backyard...
BLACK TRAVEL HISTORY DAY 22 : MOUND BAYOU!
Mound Bayou, in the Mississippi Delta: a town founded in 1887 by former slaves, with a vision that was revolutionary for its time.
From the start, it was designed to be a self-reliant, autonomous, all-black community.
For decades, Mound Bayou thrived and prospered, becoming famous for empowering its black citizens. The town also became known as a haven from the virulent racism of the Jim Crow South.
Today, the town remains at 98 percent African American. It still has a vision for what Mound Bayou should be, and it still has to fight for it.
Capilla del Cristo (Chapel of Christ), also called Capilla del Santo Cristo de la Salud is a small chapel / museum located in the Old San Juan Historic District of Puerto Rico. Built in the 18th century, the structure has become a cultural icon of Puerto Rico and was saved from demolition in the 20th century. Most of the articles located at its altar are from 1753. Capilla del Cristo is listed in travel guides as one of the must-see places of Old San Juan. #shotoniphone11pro#igpuertorico#puertorico#sanjuanpuertorico
This pyramid, known as Huaca Pucllana, was built by members of the Lima culture, a Pre-Incan indigenous coastal civilization that lasted in the region from around 100 CE to 650 CE. The Lima culture and their contemporaries were notable for their mastery of irrigation, which allowed them to develop settlements across considerable territory. Surrounded by a desert climate, the Lima and other early Peruvian cultures created sprawling networks to carry much-needed water from springs and rivers to the towns.
Waikiki - one of the most well-known beaches on the planet, extending from Ala Wai Canal in the north-west to Diamond Head in the east, known as "The Gathering Place”, once a Hawaiian royal retreat, Waikiki (Spouting Water) revels in its role as a retreat for the masses. This famous strand of sand moves to a rhythm of Hawaiian music at beachfront high-rises and resorts. In this pulsing jungle of modern hotels and malls, you can, surprisingly, still hear whispers of Hawaii’s past, from the chanting of hula troupes at Kuhio Beach to the legacy of Olympic gold medalist Duke Kahanamoku. It is a unique vacation experience that easily brings visitors and kama'aina (local) together and is a Hawaiian crossroads for multicultural encounter. In early Hawaii, Waikiki was a much larger area than the 1.5 square miles it encompasses today, much of it swampland. Diamond Head - the iconic silhouette of Diamond Head State Monument sits along the Honolulu skyline just beyond Waikiki. This 760-foot tuff crater is one of Hawaii's most famous landmarks. Originally named Leahi by the ancient Hawaiians who felt it looked like the "brow of a tuna", it received its more famous name from British sailors who saw its calcite crystals in the lava rock glimmering in the sunlight. It is part of the system of cones, vents, and eruption flows of the Honolulu Volcanic Series and has been extinct for around 150,000 years. The short but steep trail to the summit gives a 360 degree view of Oahu from above 🥰💖💙🏝🌤🌊🛥🏙✈️
Posted at: 2020-01-25 14:58:02
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Posted at: 2019-09-07 22:25:45
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