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After centuries of colonialism, 56 years ago today the Maltese succeeded to acquire independence from the British & the Maltese flag was raised for the first time as our national flag 🇲🇹❤

Grabbing jugs😹

🤸🏼‍♀️😁💗😊 What a way to finish off a fantastic week.. Just got the amazing news that I'm offically a finalist for the @theblogawards .. A FINALIST!?!?.... So so so chuffed and excited..
I'm up for best personal blog piece - I'll link the post in my bio if you fancy a read.. ✏🎉
The awards take place in @tramlinedublin on the 25th of October so watch this space... You never know guys?!... 🙊🤞 Eekk!🤸🏼‍♀️#bloggies18

Some days parenting is for the birds. On those days I like to pretend I’m still on vacation and sitting here after a fancy lunch and a bottle of wine. Today is one of those days 🍷

The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is a hoot. One of my favorite features is being able to feed their reticulated giraffes at eye level. I’ve never seen an animal get more excited over a leaf of lettuce. And I had no idea the reach giraffes had with their purplish-black tongues, which measure about 18 inches. Other interesting giraffe stats: they are the tallest living mammals at 15 to 19 feet, can run up to 35 miles per hour, have seven vertebrae in their necks (the same as man and most mammals) and live 25 to 30 years.
#cheyennemountainzoo #giraffe #reticulatedgiraffe #zoo #coloradosprings #colorado #tlpicks #iamatraveler #traveldeeper #fodorsonthego #traveldiary

The Jakar Dzong (fort) in western Bhutan stands since 1549, before many countries were even founded. Worth your money Bhutan offers very high quality tours.

got a gypsy soul to blame.

Time for a change. Over the next weeks, I’ll be slowly transitioning back to single images and phasing out the grids. Some places such as the Faroe Islands are just too magnificent in their entirety.

Time for a change. Over the next weeks, I’ll be slowly transitioning back to single images and phasing out the grids. Some places such as the Faroe Islands are just too magnificent in their entirety.

Time for a change. Over the next weeks, I’ll be slowly transitioning back to single images and phasing out the grids. Some places such as the Faroe Islands are just too magnificent in their entirety.

Having decided not to climb Uluru, we started on a 3 hour long walk around it. From far it might seem that the rock is fairly monotonous, but that's not quite true.

The rock itself is rather overpowering in some places, while at others it gently rolls down and is edged by smaller boulders like in the first photo above. Swipe to see some rather unusual striations, ribs & holes in the surface of the rock (it's definitely not as 'smooth' as it first appears); followed by one of the 'cave'-like hollowed out parts of Uluru that were used by the Aboriginal people as shelters, for cooking or for gatherings.

And, in the last frame: the striations closely resemble a human _ _ _ ? It's an easy guess!

#RicketyRoads_Australia 🇦🇺
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{Emozionarsi}

L’emozione di scoprire nuovi spazi, nuovi scorci. Camminare attraverso scogliere, terrazze sul mare e sentieri di sabbia per assaporare paesaggi incontaminati.
E se queste sono le sensazioni che la vita può donarci allora, giuro, che ne voglio altri mille di giorni come questi.
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#Happiness #HowToBeHappy #IMomentiBelli

Cheers to the weekend! 🍋💛 #sorbettoallimone #positano

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