Неподдельное детское счастье! На Бали каждому хочется встать на доску и покорить водную гладь. Даже, если доска больше тебя в два раза, кругом джунгли и рядом с домом только бассейн.⠀
Автор снимка — @breslavtsev⠀
Canon EOS 5D Mark II⠀
EF 35mm ƒ/1.4L USM⠀
Выдержка: 1/320 сек⠀
I just posted a recipe of this Hibiscus Tea on the blog today after so many of you replied to my Insta stories yesterday. This is such an easy way to use up fresh or dried hibiscus and that colour is stunning.
Add some basil, mint, lemongrass or even lime zest to switch this up a bit. Have it warm or iced which is how I like it - either way this is delicious!
I have to say, I don't think I would've tried this if I wasn't in Auroville. There is a hibiscus tree in our garden and between ours and the many trees in our neighbour @joel.de.graaf garden we usually don't know what to do with them. So happy we can live this life where we can actually use what grows around us. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Here's the recipe:
2 cups fresh Hibiscus Flowers (or 1/2 cup dried Hibiscus Flowers)
8 cups Water
1/4 cup Honey (add more if you like your tea sweeter)
3 tablespoons fresh Lime Juice
Prepping hibiscus flowers: If using fresh hibiscus flowers, remove the calyx or the green part at the base of the flower to which the stem is attached. You can also remove the pistil which is the thin thread like tube in the middle of the flower which has pollens attached to it or you can choose to keep it. You don’t need to do this if you are using dried flowers.
Boil the tea: Bring the hibiscus flowers and water to a boil in a large pot. Once the water starts boiling, switch off the flame and cover the vessel. At this point, you can also add other herbs or add ins such as basil, lemon grass, lemon zest etc. Let the tea steep for 15-20 minutes. Mix in the honey and lime juice till completely combined. Strain the tea.
Serving Hibiscus Tea: You can either serve hibiscus tea warm or you can chill it in the refrigerator for a couple of hours. Either way it tastes delicious!
Birds eye view on the island of Tindholmur, with Mykenes in the back. I flew my drone up high in heavy winds to get this photo, i remember i couldn't be more happy when it safely touched the ground again. Anyone ever crashed their drone yet?
127 933721 hours ago
Do you know these three majestic mountains in the background?
I can’t wait for endless summer adventures exploring the highlands. There’s so much out here just waiting to be found if you put the effort into it. That’s what I love about Iceland, you can’t really find that everywhere.
269 1464920 hours ago
Summary of OUR TEAM’s trip (@pinoyvagabonds) to Port Barton, Palawan! 🏝
TAP the video for Sound.
Have you been here? Let us know what your experience was like! 🙌🏻
Our trip to Port Barton didn’t start as expected. It rained for the first two days! T’was still a blessing for us because we got to enjoy the island without even thinking about photos and videos. haha! The last two days were even more amazing because the sun finally came out and gave us a more stunning view of Port Barton. 😎
Places included in the video:
🏝Port Barton Town Beach
🏝Long Beach (San Vicente)
A big thanks to @naturalartstravel for taking us here.
54 6101 hours ago
They are so cute. Cuddling to stay warm😻
41 143621 hours ago
Sunset at the hypecourt, Location is king !
This product uses the Instagram API but is not endorsed or certified by Instagram. All Instagram™ logos and trademarks displayed on this application are property of Instagram