A few years ago, totally on a whim, we chose to spend a month in Québec City over Christmas. After traveling the globe for so many years, spending time learning about our own country has become more important to us, and for that reason, our stay was significant.
But it was also damn FUN. We ❤️ any place that embraces and enjoys winter, and Québec does so enthusiastically! ❄️
Which is why bringing the @heckticmedia concept of Creator House to five different regions across the province is so exciting for us! (If you haven't heard of us talking about Creator House before - which may be hard to believe because we are always blabbing about it - it is an influencer marketing program where a variety of creators rotate through a set "house" and are able to tailor an itinerary suited just to them. This will be our fourth edition, this time in partnership with @tourismequebec, and has the potential to be the biggest yet!)
We know one thing for sure - whoever participates is going to have a most excellent experience playing in Québec next March. If you are an influencer and interested to know more, check the link in our bio. ☃️
Quizá uno de los motivos por los cuales me apasiona fotografiar paisajes, es quizá porque no tengo control de casi nada de lo que me rodea.
Una caminata por Namora, para descubrir y retratar lo mágico de este lugar.
40151 hour ago
Un paio di mesi fa ho partecipato ad una challenge in cui lo scopo è quello di editare uno scatto di un’altra persona e viceversa.
In questa raccolta ci sarà prima la mia versione e in seconda la versione di @nclrnld.
È sorprendente vedere un proprio scatto con gli occhi di un altro creators.
Con quei colori lui ha voluto dargli un tocco Western.
Bella trovata di Nicolò, voi quale preferite?
On our first visit today this place became my favourite spa 😍 the best part is that it's only couple of kilometers away from our home!
5312 hours ago
Um tbt desse lugar porque nem Roma, nem Veneza ou Paris era o meu destino dos sonhos no País da Bota, era Dolomitas, e chorei quando por um momento achei que não conseguiria conhecer. Lá no Norte da Itália, na fronteira com a Áustria, foi onde mais chamou a minha atenção. Até agora sem dúvida é o lugar mais incrível que conheci. Aquele que tu sente vontade chamar de casa, sabe!? Com ou sem neve, frio ou calor. Estive pela primeira vez no inverno do ano passado e voltei no outono deste ano. Quem sabe 2020 me leve até lá outra vez- mas no verão. Vamos torcer que é de graça 🤣🍀🤞💙.
🇧🇷 iPark Tourist Complex is just one of the tourist places on Ceara in Brazil. In this place there is a "cachaça" museum as a is part distillery, part exhibit, part outdoor family fun park, it is called @iparkoficial
Cachaça is the spirit of Brazil, made from fermented sugarcane juice, and it is the key ingredient in a "Caipirinha". In particular, there is a Big Tonel, the largest wood barrel in the world. It registered by the 2003 Guinness Book, with capacity to store 374 thousand liters of cachaça. Other highlights are different options for extreme sports. #mycity#welcometobrazil#repost#hiking#wonderfulbrazil#lifestyle#ourlonelyplanet#extremesports
time has been one of the greatest gifts and most painful tear in my heart over the past year. I've come and gone, longed for things far from my reach and arrived back countless times. goodbyes have become easier, while returning has taken the other side. some days are so full of love and wonder that I could swim in them forever, while others feel empty. it's the emptiness that I've become most afraid of. the moments without words, or a hand to hold, or silence— and stillness used to be something that would bring me back to life. time gives and takes away constantly, and I'm still learning to let go of it and take back the things that it offers on the way. but right now, even when I feel afraid of time, I hope that I'll always remember to find beauty in it, and learn from it and all that it has for us, even when it keeps slipping from my grip.
"A heart is not judged by how much you love, but by how much you are loved by others."
Built in 1816 by King Bagyidaw, the white pagoda is dedicated to the memory of his first consort (who is also his cousin!), Princess Hsinbyume, who died in childbirth on a site nearby.
Have someone ever loved you so much that he/she build something for you?