New Year New Adventure - Caravanning!
Head over to our Facebook page to watch the lovely @galwaysgoround talking about their adventure in their caravan. And, find out what makes the 10’6” Ride the ideal caravanning companion 💪💜 Will this be your next adventure?
The Western Wall (sometimes called the Wailing Wall, or the Kotel, the Hebrew word for wall) is one of the last remaining walls of the ancient Jewish Temple in Jerusalem. The Temple was destroyed in 70 CE by the Romans, and much of what remains of the original structure is a small portion of an external supporting wall. Though it was not originally an important part of the Temple, this wall is considered an extremely holy place today. Located on the Temple Mount (known in Hebrew as har ha’bayit, and in Arabic as haram al-sharif) in Jerusalem‘s Old City, Jews and non-Jews from all over the world visit the Western Wall to pray and meditate. It is customary to write short prayers on pieces of paper and leave them in the crevices of the wall.
What we didn’t mention about our experience on top of Table Mountain is that while we were messing around taking shots, we were approached by the lovely @micheleschiermann! She asked if she could take some photos of us being us, and these are a couple of the results... We want to say a big thank you to Michèle; she made us feel so relaxed and the experience made our CPT trip extra special. Go check her amazing work! 📸———————————————————-— #tablemountain#capetown#couples#photography
Eating our breakfast with this beauty for company @anantarasirbaniyas - there’s so many of them here, even two white ones. This guy however was a total chick magnet - he put on quite the show for the ladies! #SirBaniYas#AnantaraJourneys
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I had the most amazing and overwhelming day Yesterday! I experienced Gospel for the first time and certainly not for the last time! We visited Times Square Church and were greeted by the human diversity of New York. The pastor asked if there was anyone "new" present and we raised our hands in the air and were subsequently met with a cascade of hands in front, behind and to our sides. People were warm and genuinly kind in their approach. They asked us who we were and were we came from. The worship service was undoubtedly one of the best I have ever experienced. It was vitalizing, life-relevant and the message was therapy for soul, body and mind. I began to cry several times during the gospel show and the actual worship service, especially because It was all so vitalizing and positive. During the gospel show, we all got up and several people stood with their hands in the air and “embraced the lord”, we all sang loudly and some people danced joyfully. There was a wide array of people, rich as poor, black as white etc. It was completely surrealistic at first - because we are certainly not used to this in Denmark where I come from. After the worship was over, an older "Indian-like" man asked when we leaving NYC to go home. Tuesday we said. He then sat down on his knees and prayed that we would get home safe with our flies. When we got out of church and further down the street, two younger women greeted us in a manner of familiarance. They said that they had observed me during the worship service and they were sure they knew me. I smiled and we spoke for a while.
I must say that i do not write this post as a kind of advertisement for "this particular church". I'm writing this because I want to share this amazing experience with you - and urge you to try this, you should ever visit usa. As a Dane, this experience has been positive overwhelming, genuine and revitalizing! If we had churches and worship services like these in Denmark - I would certainly become a bigger churchgoer!
It may well be that we as Danes, have been voted the happiest people - but what I experienced yesterday was "true happiness" - that I have never experienced before! God bless you!🙏🏻💋
#embrace#unique via @RiplApp
Nate and I were goofing around with taking action photos today out on our walk...he thinks he looks like a girl doing ballet but I see someone who has all kinds of talent!!! Kinda reminds me of a Hugh Jackman move in The Greatest Showman😁
Only time will tell what life brings him...I see great things ahead if he can embrace his talents❤️
If you know me, you are acutely aware of my unending and ever-growing Theodore Roosevelt admiration. A man of profound words, supported by resolute decision making; a true man of action. He would certainly be the person to drink whiskey with while discussing necessary land conservation and historical undertakings, followed by a hike on horseback through Yosemite and other great national treasures. This weekend I had an opportunity to tour the grounds of his summer home in Oyster Bay (infinite thanks to @thebullhikes ♡). Much to my chagrin, no tours were given due to the current government shutdown. This federal administration is a shit show and a major disappointment. To say it falls short of what our great nation is capable of achieving, is a severe understatement. It is down right churlish and uninspiring. We need more leaders like Teddy. Trump and Congress, take note, bc you are steering our nation into a perilous direction. America, I have faith in you: it’s time we all start living up to our intentions and use that #bigstick to get our country back on track by remembering we were endowed with certain unalienable rights - life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness. #limitedgovernment
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The passport to Scotland, the A82 is a pleasure to drive on. I always mark this point in the journey as the entrance to the adventure! On this particular occasion, the Coe was even more beautiful than before, with a white blanket of snow cast over the landscape.
Hoping people have made the most of the weekend? I’ve spent it mostly watching the Punisher! Frank is some boy. 💀
Munich as a city surprised us. We visited with no expectations except that we were eager to explore. .
With a city so rich with history I'm sad to say we didn't even get to experience half of the things we wanted to. That's part of it with part-time travel though isn't it. .
Tell us, what city are you dying to get back to and explore some more? #munich#visitmunich#stpeterschurch
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Tourist Markie coming at ya 🙈🙉🙊 But seriously... Angkor Wat is unlike anything I’ve ever seen in my life.
7 12222 hours ago
At a trying yet adventerous age, 3 can lead to independence beyond a mother's comfort, but my fondness for how loving my mini queen has become is more than I could ever fathom or hope for ❤