Attention Game of Thrones fans! The fictional Dragonstone is very much a real place, and it’s called Zumaia. Located in the Basque Country, northern of Spain, and its Flysch Route is one of the region’s most famous sites, with its rugged cliffs along the sea and millions of years of history. One of those stunning natural settings that are especially fascinating. . .
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It's with heavy hearts that we once again are on our way to leave India. During the last 6 weeks we've seen new sides of this extraordinary country and we've gotten to know it and its people on a deeper level. The main reason for this is @pratishthaorg. We arrived hoping we could teach the kids something and that they would gain at least a little by our presence, but as always it was the other way around. They taught us. They taught us about love and happiness and about doing the best out of the life you're given. They taught us how to live. We've seen and experienced that the people with the biggest hearts are the ones with the thinnest wallet. The kids we've gotten to know are absolutely incredible. They have so much love to give. They spread so much happiness. There are so many hidden talents over at Pratishtha and I know that if the world is on their side, they will go far and they will make this world a far better place.
SO excited to see the rest of the amazing shots by the power couple that is @tobyandkatie 😍
Most amazing day ever because I got to marry my best friend and my soulmate surrounded by friends and family on a stunning remote island getaway. ❤️🏝📸
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📸 of the ‘2’ in the ‘how2seatheworld’, we got married in a tropical island paradise!!!! 👰🤵🏝
First post using our handmade tripod 😆
She came up with an idea 💡that we could use one of her hair clip as a tripod, putting the phone inside it and use a plant root to hold it tight 😅
I think the idea is brilliant 🥳.
A relationship👫 is likely to be the same, to make the best out of each other, to make the best out of a situation ♥️
We're going deep today people...
The last few days in Manali we have seen quite a lot of tourist attractions with animals involved. Such as women walking around and carrying a rabbit offering people to take a picture with it for 25 cents or men standing with a Yak that doesn't have any space to move, offering you to sit on it for a pic.
This got us thinking... Why do humans so often use animals as entertainment? Why is it publicly accepted? Not just in India. Not just in 'less developed' countries. In the West. In Europe. In Sweden. People go to circuses, people go to zoos, people ride on horses just for the sake of it, people have birds locked in cages at home, they put fishes in aquariums etc. And for what? I doubt those animals have a better life than they would've if we just let them be and acknowledged them as living beings with feelings, like us.
I don’t have a theme, a preset or a colour scheme, hats off to you if you do 🙌🏻 I don’t have a business account or check my ‘insight’, I hear you, am I even a #blogger ? We’ve got a tripod and attempt to take *cute* photos together, though, if you zoom in enough on a few, you can probably see @joshwilliams17 smiling through his teeth, as he asks me for the fifth time ‘is this the last friggin photo?!’ we get up early to avoid the crowds (mainly because we don’t like people) and we precariously balance our camera all too often, but sometimes my favourite snaps, are the dorky selfies we take on 6am boat trips 🌅💖
The Taj Mahal 😍 Such a bucket list moment! 👏🏼⠀
This stunning wonder of the world was commissioned in 1632 by the emperor & is actually the mausoleum for one of his wives. It’s also said to be the best representation of Mughal architecture 🤩⠀
Even with the crowds (7-8 million people visit every year!), this place is magical! 🌟⠀
Tips for visiting:⠀
- Go early! We arrived at 5:40 AM to the ticket office and were about 20th in line at the entry gate (go to the East Gate!). They open the gates at 6, we got through security by 6:13 and by 6:30 the place was pretty packed! ⏰⠀
- Tripods, along with food and lots of other things, are not allowed! All we brought with us was our camera, phone & credit card. (Yes, this means we had to trust our Taj shot in the hands of a stranger and only 3 snaps!) 🚫⠀
- For your best shot at pics w/o people in them, go past people taking pics at the benches and 1st part of the water and head to the water that’s closest to the Taj. B-line it there as soon as you get in! 🏃🏼♀️🏃🏼♂️⠀
- The Taj is closed on Fridays! Make sure to plan accordingly - that'd be a superrr bummer 🚫⠀
- it cost 1250 R (~$18 USD) for entry, with no additional photography fee 🎟⠀
Is the Taj on your bucket list? Or have you already checked it off? ✅⠀
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YOGA RETREAT IS LIVE!
The Maldives Yoga Retreat is officially up on @victorypoweryoga and ready for sign-ups! 🧘🏽♀️Come and join us for a week of sun, yoga and adventure! Cost will include transfer to and from the island, your room and board, daily yoga and many excursions!
Your guides for the week will be @victoriaprivetteyoga and myself! Allow us to take care of all your needs while you relax and rejuvenate on this island paradise.
Who wants to join us for this one-of-a-kind a yoga retreat in the Maldives? Click on the link in my profile to get all the details, including dates and cost. And save your spot for this epic retreat today!
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Wearing my favorite sunnies from @mahoshades 😎
We do not have a tripod, neither a drone. So being together 📸 in a single frame doesn't often happened unless we find some friendly stranger and ask them to take a snap of us!
At the mountain, 700 feet above sea level, we met a young couple who were so gentle to take this photo for us 👫
And obviously, the panoramic view ⛰ was simply breathtaking!
Here's a sneak peak of our documentary! As soon as we've fixed the last details and managed to find good enough Internet connection to upload the full video, we will let you know.
It's funny how time can feel so different depending on the situation. 2 weeks usually passes in a second with nothing more to it. But these last 2,5 weeks we've filled our time with new experiences together with incredible people which made that relatively short time feel like a life time.
It might sound obvious, but when you really allow yourself to listen 👂—and ask questions about—what your partner 👫says, it not only leads to better conversations but also better communication ❤️
So our recipe about love is simple: we laugh 😄 together, listen and share our shits and travel as much as we can 💃🕺.
What is yours? .
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