My last post for @TheTravelBootcamp because we are closing ticket sales TODAY! If you've been sitting on the fence then time to jump off because it is going to be an epic, epic day! We've got at least a dozen people coming from really far away. (think USA, Switzerland, Hawaii and New Zealand) We have a dual Olympian coming! We have amazing writers and traditional media who would be great to network with. Olympus is there with all their gear and have actually ended up sponsoring a handful of our past delegates. We have a second brand so close to confirming their attendance and there's even a chance of a major show coming to film some snippets. Basically this is going to be our biggest and best event so far! Finally, Olympus have very, very generously offered 15% off for anyone booking today off social (a deal we have only shared with our email database). Just use 'OLYMPUS15' at checkout and get in quick because there's only a handful of tickets left and if we sell too fast I will close sales. See you on the weekend in Melbourne! Xx #TheTravelBootcamp
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Outside, you’re surrounded by rice terraces, volcanoes, and a lush jungle. Inside you have all the comforts of an urban loft, with huge windows that offer sweeping views of your tranquil villa escape––all day, every day. The best part: a huge kitchen where you can practice dishes you learned from a local cooking class, like betutu, chicken that's slow-roasted in banana leaves. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Photo: @risyianamuthia
Go in for a quokka kiss 📽😘 Tap for Hawaiian Paradise 👆 🔊 🎸 I'm working on some new content for the book in hopes that media will start writing stories about how combining awesome life advice and the happiest animal in the world for a not-for-profit book is a great thing to have in this world. If you're still want the book click my bio link and get yourself a copy before it's too late. #HappyQuokkaMonday @quokkahub
Photo @materas// Haleakalā silversword in bloom, Haleakalā National Park, Maui, Hawaii. The Silversword is considered threatened but has begun to recover since it was designated as threatened by the U.S. Fish and WIldlife Service in 1992. Haleakalā National Park features the dormant Haleakalā (East Maui) Volcano, which last erupted sometime between 1480 and 1600 AD. Follow me @materas for more images like this from Hawaii and around the world. #volcano #Haleakalāsilversword #nationalparkweek
Photo by @andrea_frazzetta // Located at 3,800 meters above sea level, #QuilotoaLagoon, is housed in the #crater formed by the violent eruptions of the volcano of the same name, located on the slopes of the river Toachi. The Quilotoa laguna is one of Ecuador’s most spectacular sites. The #AndesMountains are the dominant topographic feature of #Ecuador and occupy the central third of the country from the northern to southern borders. Ecuador is one of seventeen megadiverse countries in the world according to Conservation International, and it has the most biodiversity per square kilometer of any nation. @andrea_frazzetta @instituteartist #ecuador #andes
Greetings from @centralotagonz ❤️ I just spent a few days properly exploring one of the nearby regions of New Zealand. Central Otago is a place I've spent a fair bit of time here and there, but haven't really dug down to see what it's all about. And let me say, autumn here is all kinds of awesome! Have you been? #centralotagonz
" I've never seen a sunset I didn't like" This beautiful photo was submitted by @nodestinations in Bali, Indonesia. *Shoutout Sundays* Every Sunday we feature our favorite followers media that are tagged #luxwt or #luxuryworldtraveler ━━━━━━━━━━━ "Dream Big, Eat Well & Travel On" ━━━━━━━━━━━
This is the famous old elevator here in Lisbon, Portugal that we saw last night. It’s called the Santa Justa Lift and connects the low parts of Baixa with the much higher Carno Square. I didn’t realize how hilly it is here… like a Portuguese San Francisco! #80Stays #rcmemories #AirNZPhotoContest #InterFlixContest #Partner #80StaysLisbon
Can you guess where this photo was taken?
I remember feeling nervous when my sister dropped me off at the airport before this trip. It was weird. I traveled alone quite often and hadn't felt nervous in years. But there I was, heading to Greenland alone with no idea what to expect. I left the day after the bar exam so all I had time to do was take a quick trip to REI and shove as much crap as I could in a few bags. I hadn't made any plans or done any real research. I did see that many people just walked straight out of the airport with their backpacks and found a place to camp, which seemed...intimidating based on my lack of knowledge about the area. I managed to figure things out and the weeks I spent in Greenland were some of the best of my life. I often find myself reminiscing about these days and hope to return to at some point.