Caught a brief moment of respite between the rain at Lake Kivu... perfect time for an afternoon walk
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Hammocks are a big part of Wayuu culture. They replace the most essential pieces of furniture and are a central piece to socializing. When we arrived on the community they brought out and hung hammocks for each of us to sit on and get comfortable. All hammocks are usually handmade by the head weaver of the family and gifted to their children. The same hammocks are used in place of a bed at night. Some hammocks are large enough to fit a family of four, or several kids. That sleeping arrangement would not be uncommon.
With only two days left in my #poolswithviewsseries I've got to end it with a bang, which means a photo from @dreamandtravel_'s collection. Check out her page because I think I found the jackpot profile with photos containing pools with views on Instagram!
Hard to choose which one to feature, but i went with this shot at the Marina Bay Sands which overlooks Singapore's skyline. Now THAT'S a pool with a view!
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The sound of music🎶🎵🎼
Bollywood movie Casting... Acha.. acha...
Wearing a Phiran, the Kasmiri traditional outfit. (Location: Baisaran, Pahalgam, Kashmir, India)
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Kirone il cane esploratore e visionario.
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Baisaran is often dubbed as ‘Mini Switzerland’ because of its long dark meadows resembling the ones in Switzerland. It is located just 5 km away from Pahalgam. The dense pine forest that gives the green carpet look to the meadow provides a contrasting hue to snow-capped peaks of the surrounding mountains. A major tourist place to visit in Pahalgam, a voyage to the meadow is truly a treat for the senses. Baisaran is accessible by pony rides.
Humans are such interesting creatures. We are constantly rushing to achieve some goal that we truly believe is the key to our happiness. It doesn't really matter what that goal is, we just believe that once we achieve it, we will be happy. So we rush. We rush through the process of getting there and forget to appreciate what happens along the way.
The worst part is that once we achieve such said goal, we are only happy for a split second, then it loses its magic and gets stale. Then we find a new goal to achieve and we believe that for sure that one will make us happy. And again, it doesn't.
What if happiness wasn't a destination but rather the journey? What if we could actually find happiness even in the challenges we face? Wouldn't that be something..
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So "real winter" decided to show up when most of us expected to meet spring soon! 🙈❄️ Are you prepared for the Siberian cold air front hitting Vienna next week? 😨
Thanks a lot @chaulafanita for sharing this pic with the world! Tag us with #wonderlustvienna to share your pics on here.