I love this spot!
Famous for Mystery Point and Dragon Rock, one of my favorites places in this fantastic island.
You want to see it?
Join us on the Best View Adventure Tour.
Love nature... love Terceira! 📷 By @trilhasoutdoortours
It's not just tour ...
It's much more ...
It's respect and feel nature, have fun, make new friends, have great experiences, emotions and amazing outdoor adventures.
Seguro has escuchado hablar sobre este lugar!
A sólo 100Km de Barcelona se encuentra esta espectacular ciudad medieval que forma parte de la Costa Brava.
Dado que estamos cerca del estreno de la última temporada de “Juego de Tronos” (cómo le llaman los españoles), queremos contarles sobre una de las principales locaciones usadas para la serie.
Se realizaron grabaciones en 8 sectores de Girona. La escena más conocida es la que se hizo en la escalera de la Catedral, donde se realizó el famoso “shame” de Reina Margaery (el de la reina Cersei se hizo en Dubrovnik). Es enorme la escalera!
Girona se puede recorrer en un día y se puede llegar en tren o bus desde Barcelona 😊.
First flight of Amy :) we named the drone after Amelia Earhart, the first woman flying over the Atlantic. While our Amy is much smaller she is a champ:) soon we will have tons of nice pictures and awesome adventures together
Siem Reap | Cambodia
- A water wheel used at a lotus farm in the outskirts of Siem Reap, Cambodia. Can't wait to start traveling abroad again soon.
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Sunday mood! ☀️ .
. “O amor está no M(ar)” ou na caipi gostosa que você toma e relaxa ? Kkkk
Adoro dar uma caminhada na orla e escolher um quiosque para tomar uma caipi. Hoje fomos no Àmar. Serviço atencioso, ambiente gostoso e uma musiquinha ao vivo gostosinha. Adoro ❤️. Bem
climinha relax de domingo. .
Day 96: While traveling I always try to explore the local cuisine and its dishes however bizzare or extraordinary they might be. Before I arrived to Peru I'd been told how sumptuous it was. Here are my top 10 dishes:
1. Cuy; it's fried or roasted guinea pig and it's a Peruvian delicacy (I didn't enjoy it).
2. Ceviche; typically made from fresh raw fish cured in citrus juices, such as lemon or lime, and spiced with ají or chili peppers. Additional seasonings, such as chopped onions, salt, and cilantro, may also be added. Ceviche is usually accompanied by side dishes that complement its flavors, such as sweet potato, lettuce, corn, avocado or plantain.
3. Lomo saltado; popular, traditional Peruvian dish , a stir fry that typically combines marinated strips of sirloin (or other beef steak) with onions, tomatoes, french fries, and other ingredients; and is typically served with rice.
4. Arroz con pato; tasty Peruvian version of the chicken and rice dish 'arroz con pollo' that is found in many Latin cuisines. In Peru duck is preferred.
5. Chicharrón de pescado; usually deep fried bread-coated white fish meat served with rice and vegetables (my plate received also pasta and potato salad).
6. Papa a la Huancaina; Boiled potatoes are topped with a slightly spicy, rich and creamy cheese sauce and are served cold or at room temperature as an appetizer or side dish.
7. Don't remember the name; chicken served with chickpeas, rice and vegetables.
8. Quinoa soup
9. Trucha frita; Peruvian fried trout. It is not a culinary masterpiece but rather honest local food from the Andes and lake Titicaca. Unsurprisingly rice and fries or chips feature in the dish, as with most dishes in Peru. A slice of fresh lemon is also a winning touch.
10. Peruvian version of a burger where the patty is of alpaca meat.
Day 95: My journey in Peru came to an end after having spent here a month which as I expected would not be enough. Through the hiking in astonishing snow covered peaks of cordilleras, scaling the walls of world's deepest canyon, reaching 5000m+ altitudes, visiting Machu Pichu; one of the wonders of the New World, following and discovering the history, traditions and culture of Inca and Moche civilizations, goofing around while sandboarding and eventually seizing the dream of visiting the golden beaches of Punta Sal; my own Neverland. All of it was topped off by having a photo taken with local fishermen highly impressed with me wearing 'La camiseta de la selección peruana' and wishing that our countries play against each other in the upcoming FIFA World Cup.
Day 95: Back in 2006 I was facing my very first winter in Denmark. For those of you who are not familiar with a Scandiavian winter it is windy, chilly, dark and cruel. The farther up north the shorter the daylight and the longer the nighttime. It doesn't snow much either which by overcast and drizzly weather makes the world look that much more drab and empty outside the window. A mixture of helplessnes, sadness and melancholia settles in. One evening I was looking at the pictures of beach houses in a distant place where the waters are warm, the Sun shines high up in the periwinkle blue sky and the sand burns your feet. I thought to myself Mexico seems alright, many outlaws and burn-outs find their refuge there but perhaps Hollywood leverages its skewed image upon the land of cactus liqueur and makes it too obvious a choice. Then Cuba came to my mind with its great music, delicious food, old vintage cars and very much detached lifestyle. Even Hemingway spent the best part of his life in the Caribbean where 'The old man and the sea' novel was born. Again too obvious. Out of the blue several photos of golden sandy beach with thatched houses, weathered boats, the majestic Pacific and its endless horizon caught my attention. Location, Punta Sal a quaint distant town in Northern Peru, unknown and untainted by tourists who flock instead to Máncora, a party town with incessant cacophany of loud music and drunk or high people. I told myself it'd be great to see Punta Sal with my own eyes one day. Fast-forward 11 years, here I am. I travelled the distance. Reality exceeded my imagination. So, whatever dream or goal you have, don't give up on it. It might take you a decade or two or even a lifetime to achive it. By means of tenacity and empathy, a great painting becomes a mirror of the self.