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  • There's always a first time for everything.
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  • There's always a first time for everything.
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  • 271 38 4 March, 2019
  • #wlcstory “Enrique de Malacca”

Enrique de Malacca is the first person who circumnavigate the world.
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Enrique was in Malacca when Alfonso D'Albuquerque and his captain Ferdinand Magellan conquered Malacca. Magellan brought him back to Portugal and named him Enrique. He was quite amazing. He has the ability to speak several languages, he knows how to navigate, and he knows how to fight.
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Enrique helped Magellan convince the king of Spain, Charles I, to finance Moluccas fleet.
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Enrique de Malacca made an extraordinary voyage which was almost impossible to do and at that time some believe that Enrique was the first man who circumnavigated the world.
  • #wlcstory “Enrique de Malacca”

    Enrique de Malacca is the first person who circumnavigate the world.
    -
    Enrique was in Malacca when Alfonso D'Albuquerque and his captain Ferdinand Magellan conquered Malacca. Magellan brought him back to Portugal and named him Enrique. He was quite amazing. He has the ability to speak several languages, he knows how to navigate, and he knows how to fight.
    -
    Enrique helped Magellan convince the king of Spain, Charles I, to finance Moluccas fleet.
    -
    Enrique de Malacca made an extraordinary voyage which was almost impossible to do and at that time some believe that Enrique was the first man who circumnavigated the world.
  • 55 7 21 March, 2019
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Wolf doesn’t perform in the circus ⚡️
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    Wolf doesn’t perform in the circus ⚡️
  • 72 7 23 March, 2019
  • Chapter 6
My first instinct told me to run. I scooped up the cubs, their claws sinking in to my skin hurt, but I fought the impulse it sent up my arm. I emerged out of the darkness and into the light. I slipped a few times on the mossy rocks exiting out of the cave and leap through the waterfall, splashing into the water. I wasn't a confident swimmer and although the water was only waste deep the ripples were strong, if I slipped I would drown, taking the cubs with me. The thought of the cubs drowning was all I needed to have the strength and will power to trudge on through the water and eventually i made it to the muddy banks on the side. Then  I turned around just in time to see the creature... My mouth gaped open. It was not a bear.  It was much larger. The beast was a whitish grey colour, and covered in rows and rows of scales, and it stood on all fours. It's webbed feet came out into talons at the end, much like a bird, but a great deal longer and sharper. It had a tail which looked strong enough to knock a building down, and the jagged spikes on its back looked as if it could puncture multiple holes in anything. As I gazed up its body to the head, I saw razor sharp teeth, as pointy as a brand new nail, and a sharp, curvy  horn protruding through its forehead.  It's  tawny eyes stared at me like... Like I was it's dinner! Suddenly I realised the situation and danger I was in. Before I had time to make my move to escape, the tongue of the scaly beast shot at me, like a yoyo. I jumped back just in time, and the beast stepped forward, and when it did I took a step back. I realised I was doomed, I had no escape. Still clutching the cubs, my hands trembled in fear, and my eyes scanned desperately, looking for a way out. To my right was a pile of rocks, and to my left the cave. Behind me was the waterfall which held such a strong current I could not possibly swim through again, in fact I couldn't really swim at all, i don't even know how i had done it the first time, it had to be a miracle. ~Emma #wlcstory
  • Chapter 6
    My first instinct told me to run. I scooped up the cubs, their claws sinking in to my skin hurt, but I fought the impulse it sent up my arm. I emerged out of the darkness and into the light. I slipped a few times on the mossy rocks exiting out of the cave and leap through the waterfall, splashing into the water. I wasn't a confident swimmer and although the water was only waste deep the ripples were strong, if I slipped I would drown, taking the cubs with me. The thought of the cubs drowning was all I needed to have the strength and will power to trudge on through the water and eventually i made it to the muddy banks on the side. Then I turned around just in time to see the creature... My mouth gaped open. It was not a bear. It was much larger. The beast was a whitish grey colour, and covered in rows and rows of scales, and it stood on all fours. It's webbed feet came out into talons at the end, much like a bird, but a great deal longer and sharper. It had a tail which looked strong enough to knock a building down, and the jagged spikes on its back looked as if it could puncture multiple holes in anything. As I gazed up its body to the head, I saw razor sharp teeth, as pointy as a brand new nail, and a sharp, curvy horn protruding through its forehead. It's tawny eyes stared at me like... Like I was it's dinner! Suddenly I realised the situation and danger I was in. Before I had time to make my move to escape, the tongue of the scaly beast shot at me, like a yoyo. I jumped back just in time, and the beast stepped forward, and when it did I took a step back. I realised I was doomed, I had no escape. Still clutching the cubs, my hands trembled in fear, and my eyes scanned desperately, looking for a way out. To my right was a pile of rocks, and to my left the cave. Behind me was the waterfall which held such a strong current I could not possibly swim through again, in fact I couldn't really swim at all, i don't even know how i had done it the first time, it had to be a miracle. ~Emma #wlcstory
  • 51 4 9 April, 2013

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Wolf doesn’t perform in the circus ⚡️
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    Wolf doesn’t perform in the circus ⚡️
  • 72 7 23 March, 2019
  • #wlcstory “Enrique de Malacca”

Enrique de Malacca is the first person who circumnavigate the world.
-
Enrique was in Malacca when Alfonso D'Albuquerque and his captain Ferdinand Magellan conquered Malacca. Magellan brought him back to Portugal and named him Enrique. He was quite amazing. He has the ability to speak several languages, he knows how to navigate, and he knows how to fight.
-
Enrique helped Magellan convince the king of Spain, Charles I, to finance Moluccas fleet.
-
Enrique de Malacca made an extraordinary voyage which was almost impossible to do and at that time some believe that Enrique was the first man who circumnavigated the world.
  • #wlcstory “Enrique de Malacca”

    Enrique de Malacca is the first person who circumnavigate the world.
    -
    Enrique was in Malacca when Alfonso D'Albuquerque and his captain Ferdinand Magellan conquered Malacca. Magellan brought him back to Portugal and named him Enrique. He was quite amazing. He has the ability to speak several languages, he knows how to navigate, and he knows how to fight.
    -
    Enrique helped Magellan convince the king of Spain, Charles I, to finance Moluccas fleet.
    -
    Enrique de Malacca made an extraordinary voyage which was almost impossible to do and at that time some believe that Enrique was the first man who circumnavigated the world.
  • 55 7 21 March, 2019
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If work isn’t fun, you’re not playing on the right team 🤙🏼
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    If work isn’t fun, you’re not playing on the right team 🤙🏼
  • 87 4 21 March, 2019
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2nd batch is already soon 🚢
So excited ⚡️🤙🏼
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    2nd batch is already soon 🚢
    So excited ⚡️🤙🏼
  • 75 8 19 March, 2019
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I don’t need a weapon.
I am one ⚒ ~
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    I don’t need a weapon.
    I am one ⚒ ~
  • 99 2 18 March, 2019
  • “Tetap berjalan” 
Foto ini diambil waktu lagi melakukan “petualangan” bareng @whitelessco , menurut gua ada pesan bagus yang bisa disampaikan lewat foto ini
Pelan atau cepat pastikan bahwa diri kita tetap menuju pada apa yang kita impikan

#wlcstory ⚓️
  • “Tetap berjalan”
    Foto ini diambil waktu lagi melakukan “petualangan” bareng @whitelessco , menurut gua ada pesan bagus yang bisa disampaikan lewat foto ini
    Pelan atau cepat pastikan bahwa diri kita tetap menuju pada apa yang kita impikan

    #wlcstory ⚓️
  • 152 7 15 March, 2019
  • There's always a first time for everything.
#wlcstory
  • There's always a first time for everything.
    #wlcstory
  • 271 38 4 March, 2019
  • Memulai perjalanan
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  • Memulai perjalanan
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  • 218 12 3 March, 2019
  • Chapter 6
My first instinct told me to run. I scooped up the cubs, their claws sinking in to my skin hurt, but I fought the impulse it sent up my arm. I emerged out of the darkness and into the light. I slipped a few times on the mossy rocks exiting out of the cave and leap through the waterfall, splashing into the water. I wasn't a confident swimmer and although the water was only waste deep the ripples were strong, if I slipped I would drown, taking the cubs with me. The thought of the cubs drowning was all I needed to have the strength and will power to trudge on through the water and eventually i made it to the muddy banks on the side. Then  I turned around just in time to see the creature... My mouth gaped open. It was not a bear.  It was much larger. The beast was a whitish grey colour, and covered in rows and rows of scales, and it stood on all fours. It's webbed feet came out into talons at the end, much like a bird, but a great deal longer and sharper. It had a tail which looked strong enough to knock a building down, and the jagged spikes on its back looked as if it could puncture multiple holes in anything. As I gazed up its body to the head, I saw razor sharp teeth, as pointy as a brand new nail, and a sharp, curvy  horn protruding through its forehead.  It's  tawny eyes stared at me like... Like I was it's dinner! Suddenly I realised the situation and danger I was in. Before I had time to make my move to escape, the tongue of the scaly beast shot at me, like a yoyo. I jumped back just in time, and the beast stepped forward, and when it did I took a step back. I realised I was doomed, I had no escape. Still clutching the cubs, my hands trembled in fear, and my eyes scanned desperately, looking for a way out. To my right was a pile of rocks, and to my left the cave. Behind me was the waterfall which held such a strong current I could not possibly swim through again, in fact I couldn't really swim at all, i don't even know how i had done it the first time, it had to be a miracle. ~Emma #wlcstory
  • Chapter 6
    My first instinct told me to run. I scooped up the cubs, their claws sinking in to my skin hurt, but I fought the impulse it sent up my arm. I emerged out of the darkness and into the light. I slipped a few times on the mossy rocks exiting out of the cave and leap through the waterfall, splashing into the water. I wasn't a confident swimmer and although the water was only waste deep the ripples were strong, if I slipped I would drown, taking the cubs with me. The thought of the cubs drowning was all I needed to have the strength and will power to trudge on through the water and eventually i made it to the muddy banks on the side. Then I turned around just in time to see the creature... My mouth gaped open. It was not a bear. It was much larger. The beast was a whitish grey colour, and covered in rows and rows of scales, and it stood on all fours. It's webbed feet came out into talons at the end, much like a bird, but a great deal longer and sharper. It had a tail which looked strong enough to knock a building down, and the jagged spikes on its back looked as if it could puncture multiple holes in anything. As I gazed up its body to the head, I saw razor sharp teeth, as pointy as a brand new nail, and a sharp, curvy horn protruding through its forehead. It's tawny eyes stared at me like... Like I was it's dinner! Suddenly I realised the situation and danger I was in. Before I had time to make my move to escape, the tongue of the scaly beast shot at me, like a yoyo. I jumped back just in time, and the beast stepped forward, and when it did I took a step back. I realised I was doomed, I had no escape. Still clutching the cubs, my hands trembled in fear, and my eyes scanned desperately, looking for a way out. To my right was a pile of rocks, and to my left the cave. Behind me was the waterfall which held such a strong current I could not possibly swim through again, in fact I couldn't really swim at all, i don't even know how i had done it the first time, it had to be a miracle. ~Emma #wlcstory
  • 51 4 9 April, 2013