Midnight views from one of the highlight spots of my norway trip...kvalvika beach. after a mellow hike over to this little piece of paradise, we got to enjoy endless hours of golden light. stoke levels were off the charts!
Starting off the august with a wholesome memory from nusa penida island. with all the catastrophic events occurring at the moment, i hope everyone can still see the positive shifts happening on the planet, and hold optimism for the year ahead!✌🏻
9 hours ago
I've come to realise mackay is full of beautiful beaches with noone on them. really loving this place.
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✨🌿 hello august 2020 ☔️🍻
rain on me pls!!!!!!!!! 💦💧💦💧
2 days ago
Here we were enjoying what was supposed to be the search for a viewpoint called “the elephant rock.”
as we entered an area in western australia called “shark bay”, we wanted to look for other things to do either than monkey mia. mind you, monkey mia is a popular destination to see dolphins, but we wanted to see the less visited areas.
we saw an interesting viewpoint on our map that is supposedly shaped like an elephant. so the hunt was on!
we first took a wrong turn; then another wrong turn; and finally ended up at this site where the road ended. so we had to park our car and hike the rest of the way to the so-called rock. the cliff got higher and higher and still no elephant shaped rock to be found. we basically just accepted that we were once again lost.
regardless of our unsuccessful search, we still had enough time to goof around and enjoy the view. and guess what... we even saw sharks!!