It’s funny what you’ll find as you explore new places... for us, we usually find ourselves doing out of the ordinary new experiences... and Joshua Tree did not disappoint... who knew how much you could learn about yourself as you bathe in sound?? 🛀🎶
My Papa always asked us why we liked to travel.
“Well, Papa, why wouldn’t we? It would be so boring to just stay in one place and never experience all the other landscapes, people, cultures...everything this world has to offer!”
“Nah. You just travel because you’re bored with your life at home.”
It never mattered how much you argued that, it was his answer.
He was one ornery, stubborn turd.
I miss him a lot.
Bucket list item ✔️ off today: hiking the Narrows. Fourth time at this gorgeous park, first time I got this deep into the canyon. And what a perfect afternoon it was, too! 50 degrees and full sun, and the canyon felt oh-so-perfect. Check out the posts on #InstaMeetStGeorge to see other cool pics from my pals!
Enjoy your Sunday by the beach and catch the talented Myle of Die Empathie Dj collective at Baba Beach Club Hua Hin starting from 1pm.
End your weekend on a high note as Myle plays her unique mix of Downtempo, Deep, Tribal House beats.
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A big flock of seagulls await for you to feed them at Bangpu Recreation Center. If you have a chance making yourself around Samut Prakan, don’t forget to stop by! Mild breezy wind with flying seagulls in the sky could heal you from a long day 🕊🌞🌬 #seagull#birdstagram#amazingthailand
Whatttt a weekend.
We won some, we lost some, and put another epic check on the bucket list.
Sorry in advance for the slew of photos and videos that will surely be bombarding your feeds... (Not actually sorry, but I’ve spent a lot of time in Canada house so the apologies just come naturally now, eh.)
Having a brother like you is like having a strong wall protecting me from the huge waves of life! You have always been there as a protector, a friend, a supporter, and a helper. I love you and am sooooo thankful for you! Wishing you the happiest of birthdays!! 🎉🎈🎂 @mikeyd_hc
and then there are those moments you can't simply put into words.
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Is it that time of the year already? If you feel like getting in the festive mood (and also in the hopes of ushering abundance your way), there’s nothing quite like the colour red to signify all things prosperous. If you loathe fire-engine red, however, here are some alternatives to draw inspiration from.
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The Wieliczka Salt Mine in Krakow, #Poland one of the world’s oldest salt mine constructed in the 13th century, features dozens of statues, chapels carved out of the rock salt, underground lakes and new exhibits. The Wieliczka salt mine reaches a depth of 327 meters and is over 287 kilometres (178 mi) long.
This creation moulded in God’s name is an exquisite expression of Gaudi’s devotion. What must it be like to feel love so strong that it moves you to spend a lifetime expressing it, it moves others when they see it in you. A love that continues long after you’re gone but still remains incomplete. A love that is your legacy.
Sagrada Familia has been under construction since 1880. It is a love letter from Barcelona to everyone who visits. It is not only an important symbol of faith, but it also represents the human condition. It uses light and darkness in perfect symphony to reflect our duality. It bursts with color and makes one want to get lost in a forest and worship the feet of mountains.
It was December. The month of jubilation and penance for the year past. The time of great expectation for what is to come. Driving away, we were absentmindedly reliving the incident.
I had misunderstood where we were supposed to meet and was lost in the middle of nowhere without a phone. It reminded me of all the times, all too often that it had happened. This time felt different because it was about to get dark and I couldn’t think of how I was going to get found. I walked and walked, panicking, searching faces. Then I took a beat, and for the first time, really saw where I was. It was going to be alright. I was at an astonishing and unexpected salt basin in the middle of a desert surrounded by mountains. I took a deep breath and tasted the salt in the air. I turned around and walked back. Mountains had always been home.
I continued to walk, because I had found the meaning of being there, even though I hadn’t been found yet.
As we drove back east, we almost missed looking outside the window. I squealed as he stopped the car and we witnessed this stab of love, nature’s acid trip.