Whilst all you UK babes are enjoying the first signs of spring it’s been raining all day in Sydney and I don’t own a single jumper 🙈. Throwback to 35 degrees last week wearing one of my fave playsuits 😍. Linking it on my stories now ( both UK and Aussie babes can shop 👏🏻)
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“Even the most beautiful days eventually have their sunsets” – Author Unknown
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Nainital is a Himalayan resort town in the Kumaon region of India’s Uttarakhand state, at an elevation of roughly 2,000m. Formerly a British hill station, it’s set around Nainital Lake, a popular boating site with Naina Devi Hindu Temple on its north shore. A cable car runs to Snow View observation point (at 2,270m), with vistas over the town and mountains including Nanda Devi, Uttarakhand’s highest peak.
Count your blessings.. Not your problems 💕
Neustále se mi hlavou honí myšlenky, jestli si dostatečně uvědomujeme to, jaký máme štěstí..! Že si můžeme užívat svobodu se vším všudy.. Cestovat světem kam se nám zachce a skoro každý den objevovat nové věci.. A vlastně si tady žít tak nějak bez problémů, bez toho aby se lidé kolem nás pomlouvali a nebo si záviděli.. Myslet celý dny jen na ty hezké věci a nemít kolem sebe nic negativního.. Pro mě je to tady naprostý balzám pro duši.. A přála bych moc každému, aby si tohle někdy zažil 💙 #happiness
ive only realized that evening, when looking back at the photos i took during the day, that when these two people sitting in front of the pub noticed that im taking pics, they stopped the conversation for a second, looked straight into the camera and smiled at me. kinda wish i was more present in this moment and couldve waved back at them.
Don't go chasin' waterfalls (in the late summer because most of them will be dried up) (except Erskine Falls) (which is still going strong)
New post about Lorne, Victoria up on the blog! Link in bio!
What a beautiful walk in a Mauritian tropical garden of while discovering a variety of exotic plants.
A 7-hectare orchard of tropical fruits, flowers, vanilla and other vegetation.
The visits end with an introduction to the process of the production of natural essential oils from the aromatic plants within the garden.
Learn the history of Mauritius through its exotic plants.