Para quem acompanha os stories, já faz algumas semanas que estou tentando organizar aqui para compartilhar um pouco mais das minhas viagens com vocês! Hoje fiz o upload de Saigon e deu uma saudade deste passeio (eu queria muito usar este chapéu para me confundirem ainda mais com as vietnamitas haha). Na época eu utilizava o Snapchat e consegui aproveitar um pouco do que tinha registrado. Fica aí mais um pedacinho do Vietnã 🇻🇳
Pátzcuaro es un hermoso pueblo mágico ubicado en Michoacán, tuve la oportunidad de ir para la celebración del Día de muertos, en esta época esta lleno de luces y color, no obstante es un lugar que visitaría incluso en cualquier época del año. En la foto estoy en el mirador el estribo, que está en lo alto de un volcán 🌋 apagado. Para llegar se debe subir un camino empinado que me pareció un poco solo así que recomiendo subirlo temprano y a la luz del día 😀. Una vez llegas puedes observar la hermosa isla de janitzio y la inmensidad del lago. Si crees que subir hasta acá no es suficiente ejercicio por el día 😅 detrás se encuentra una escalera de más de 400 escalones desde donde tendrás una vista más linda todavía 😍 El primer día me hospede en el #ecohotelixhi y me pareció increíble, está muy cerca del mirador :) ustedes ya conocen Michoacán? Que pueblo similar conocen en cualquier lugar del mundo ?
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Bali is home of so many affordable 4&5 star resorts . Ananta Legian can be found in the small beach town of Seminyak 🌁
Empty corners of the Louvre; I didn’t get a chance to go inside, but the property itself is pretty magnificent. As I was traveling, I found myself doing a lot of things I was “supposed” to do but didn’t necessarily enjoy. I have a pretty short attention span; while I appreciate art, museums are not really my thing. Cathedrals and churches can be spectacular, but I don’t often schedule my days around seeing them (except for Sagrada Familia, cuz Gaudi). But still! I think it’s important to do what you want to do. Not what you might think people expect of you. It’s your journey, and you should live it out how you want. Is there anything that you don’t necessarily enjoy about traveling that other people love? What is it?
this is the east side of Barbados, where the rocks meet the waves. we drove to Cattlewash to climb up on the rocks and watch the sunset as we snapped a few pics
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People often ask when they find out I’m solo here ‘don’t you ever feel lonely?’ and honestly, I don’t at all.
I know for certain a few years ago the answer would have been completely different. I remember how I used to feel spending time alone, how anxious it made me feel, how any weekends in school I spent without plans would make me feel so isolated and alone. Sometimes I would sit at home watching snapchats of other people out places and wonder what I was doing wrong, why I sometimes felt so different and excluded.
Being an extrovert, I love to be around people and thrive from other people’s energy. But learning how to appreciate time alone and how to enjoy my own company has been the most important lesson. To feel comfortable enough in my own skin; to feel adequate as I am without the external love or atterntion from others to validate me.
I haven’t felt alone on this trip partly because of all the amazing people I’ve met and the friends I’ve visited along the way, but even when I spend days in a row doing my own thing, or even when I’m sitting in restaurants by myself, I don’t feel alone.
In fact, I’ve never felt more connected to everyone around me.
Learn how to be your own best friend, as well as how to be open to others. Because loneliness isn’t the lack of others around you, it’s the lack of connection within. You can have the best relationships in life, but there will always be a little part of you that feels alone if you don’t have a good relationship with yourself. 🦋🌞