#travelingishappiness

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misswongcocktail Miss Wong Cocktail Bar picnic lunch for Travel Indochine Exploration
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jacidepuydt Our walk from the train to our Airbnb was enough to make me fall in love with Edinburgh, Scotland ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ๐Ÿ˜ I couldnโ€™t even talk so I just journaled while we waited for food. Then we made our way down this close (alley) toward the Royal Mile - Photo 172 & 173 #turnipmashandthegummybears #thecirclelinegoesinacircle #europeanarchitecture #architecture #photography #scotland #edinburgh #unitedkingdom #mindthegap #europe #travel #latergram #travelphotography #travelgram #traveltheworld #iwanttogotothere #photooftheday #wanderlust #travelingislife #travelingishappiness #takemetoscotland #northseacoast #lovetheuk #nationalrail #letmeeat #loveedinburgh #edinburghscotland #hangry #edinburghlife #scotlandlover
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twodaytravels Did you know the first public museum building in Denmark was Thorvaldsen's Museum, opened on 18 Sept 1848! Dedicated to the work of Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen, it contains his own work of course, but also works of others from his own collection. This piece, is a commissioned work of his of Polish Statesmen Jรณzef Poniatowski done in 1826-1827. . . . #TwoDayTravels #Thorvaldsen #ThorvaldsensMuseum #WonderlustCopenhagen #CPHPicks #TopCopenhagenPhoto #LifeOfDenmark #DenmarkAdventures
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beautifulcambodia Phnom Penh - the capital of the Kingdom. ~ If you're travelling to Cambodia a visit of Phnom Penh should be definitely on your list. ~ It's a vibrant, multicultural and currently the fastest growing city in South East Asia. ~ For the length of your stay we recommend you something between 2-4 nights. ~ Here a 3 things on how you can spend your time. ~ 1 - The Toul Sleng Genocide Museum & the Killing Fields - In the 80's Cambodia turned into a communist state. Over 25% of the former population lost their life, caused by the Khmer Rouge. The 2 places we mentioned above will show you the tragedy and will help you to understand why some people in Cambodia still struggle today. ~ 2 - National Museum ~ If you're just somehow interested into the former Angkor Empire, the National museum is a must see. Inside the National Museum are over 14.000 items, covering the prehistoric times to periods before, during and after the Khmer empire. The items you'll see there will show you how deeply developed the former empire was. Life sized statues and small items which once decorated the temples will be found in the museum. We highly recommend you to take the audio guide. ~ 3 - Tonle Bati Lake and the 2nd Ta Prohm temple ~ Around 30km south of Phnom Penh is a beautiful place for picnic and relaxing next to a lake. Near the lake you'll also find the temple. - It's a perfect place to have a quiet day outside of the capital. There normally are less tourists and under the week less Khmer people too. Take a book with you, the hammock is waiting for you ๐Ÿ˜‰ ~ ๐Ÿ“ท @yaslisson
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gingerlemon.tea You know, the feeling when you come back, after four years, to the place you have been happiest in your life? THAT feeling. #Copenhagen #travelingishappiness
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angkortravelphotography Yes this is a lucky sunrise ๐Ÿ‘Œโญ๏ธ๐Ÿ’ฅ only here in the Kingdom of Wonder! ๐Ÿ‡ฐ๐Ÿ‡ญโ™ฅ๏ธ
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carolinelucky19 When life gets a tad crazy.. book a flight and add more stamps to your passport.. thatโ€™s my motto. Spending New Years in a new city this year! #newyears #newtravels #getmeoutofhere #travelingtheworld #travelingishappiness #travelingisliving #itsasecretwhereimgoing #youjusthavetowaitandsee
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minnesota_wanderer Happy Friday! What are your plans this weekend? Mine include hockey and stargazing. Hereโ€™s a watercolor scene from Rocky Mountain National Park. I took this last month while hiking to Sky Pond.
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ryanintheus This is Prusik Peak, I've seen pics of it for years, there's a lake very close to it over that ridge that offers photographers an amazing opportunity to get a stunning reflection shot. I have wanted to capture that shot for years. Trouble is, to get to where I'm standing when I took this pic you have to either hike up 6,500 feet elevation over about 7 miles or from the other direction you have to hike about 10 miles in with 4,500 feet elevation to get to it. Short story long, it's not that easy to get to so when you get there you want to make the most of it. Additionally to camp in the area you have to win a lottery, something I've never done, so this is a hike in and out kind of thing which makes for a really big day of hiking. Why am I telling you all this? Last year when I took this pic I was super fit without any serious injuries, I was on that long day hike, was running out of time and had a decision to make, do I go off the main trail and get the pic and risk hiking out in the dark or do I be responsible and keep going. I kept going, thinking I'd be back again soon enough and I'd make sure I had time to get the shot. Well life doesn't always work out the way you planned. Since spring I've had injury after injury, a life of sport at high levels has caught up to my body and I have barely hiked at all this year, and none more than 5 miles so I'm nowhere near in the condition I need to be to get back to this spot to take that shot. Sadly, while I have every intention of getting back there, there's always the chance with my body protesting as it is, that I won't make it unless I can win that lottery and break up the 17-18 mile day hike. The moral in the story? It could be to take the chances you get. Or it could be that you have to adjust your expectations every now and then and not be too hard on yourself for failing. Maybe it's both. Either way I hope that in your life you achieve whatever you want to achieve that seems very far away. Fingers crossed I can get back here someday.
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