•🍃As the Autumn colours slowly fade, Winter is coming in full force and I can't wait for what it has in store - dramatic scenes approaching.
1 day ago
A collection of Iceland most iconic places! 🇮🇸 ⠀
1 - 10 which is your favorite? ⠀
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5 hours ago
Just ask me about the most mindblowing, the most stunning, the most awe, the most beautiful mountains ever and I’ll show you this photo 💙 #patagonia
What about you? What was the best mountain view you’ve ever seen?
Есть тут любители гор? Какие больше всего поразили и впечатлили ваше сознание? Каждый сезон я вижу все больше и больше горных видов, от которых захватывает дух и постоянно меняю своё мнение, и вот теперь вот этот вид у меня на первом месте)
21 hours ago
Road trip views 😍
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São Tomé e Principe .
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2 hours ago
this is us : welcome
So this is our little blended family.
That’s Tim, my hubby on the right and his beautiful 9 year old, Ana, with her arms around us. And that’s me, Eva, on the left, wife and stepmom to our tiny tribe.
We are the Bennett’s. ⠀⠀
A little about us: we live in West Virginia, aka #almostheaven. Tim and I have been married for a little over a year. I’m originally from Germany and grew up in PA. He was born and raised in this valley, and after working all over the country moved back home. Through an interesting set of circumstances (more on that later) I landed in “heaven” too, and we were introduced by a mutual friend. We are planted here and both work at a local hospital, full time. We have lots of family things, school things, work things and obligations — but we love to adventure, we love to see and meet new people/places and we’ll try (almost) anything at least once.
We are so excited about this space — to get ideas and suggestion from you! And we really hope it encourages you to see that you can adventure too, near and far, you can live your life to the fullest and most of all have fun (with everything you have going on), you just have to embrace the beauty around you!
Day 16: Today we spent the morning in Hiroshima so it was another early start. We left the hotel at around 6:45 to get onto the bullet train for a two hour train ride to Hiroshima. This visit was a much more somber visit as the situation called for a more respectful tone. Once we got into Hiroshima you could not even tell that it had been destroyed over 70 years ago. The city is completely rebuilt and looks similar to Tokyo with the high rising buildings but has a more relaxed vibe similar to Kyoto. One of the first monuments was the peace memorial which has a chilling aura to it as it is partially destroyed. The people in the area were also very respectful not making a lot of noise and laughing in the area, which I really appreciated. We then went into the near by museum to see the history of Hiroshima. I did not take many pictures because it felt disrespectful and I was really trying to absorb the content. It was really hard to look through the exhibit as their were many pictures of the victims and a lot of clothing memorabilia that had blood stains. Overall I would have to pay my respect to those that were involved in the incident. After Hiroshima we went to the Himeji castle, which is one of about 12 that are original castles from when they were built in Japan. It was very hot to walking up the castle was challenging but the view was amazing as it over looked the city. At a certain point in the walk we had to take off our shoes as to not damage the original wood in the castle. A lesson I took from today was an actual fact in that the Japanese built their stair case in the castle so that only one person at a time can climb in to limit the ability of invaders coming in and seizing the castle.