Ryan showcases beautiful bright beach pics, perfect for a rainy afternoon when you wish you were somewhere balmy.
Favourite travel memory: Looking forward to free bowls of guacamole, salsa & corn chips every time you sit down to eat in Mexico! Is it just me or is food one of the best parts of travelling?!
Favourite destination: Cuba was a highlight, such a challenge & cultural experience especially having had no Spanish lessons! Having a lot of the tourist attractions and scenes all to yourself, with such a beautiful variety of countryside, beach & city! Plus who doesn’t love a pink convertible
Gay travel couple Luca and Ale’s feed is filled with gorgeous filters in some of the world’s most stunning places, all shot with a fantastic camera
Milou says she is “scared of everything but doesn’t let it stop her”. She showcases gorgeous city shots that make travel seem a possibility closer to home.
Owen is an adventure and nature junkie – his account is rife with mountains and hiking and will make you want to get out into the wild.
Favourite travel memory: I’ve been very fortunate to have made some incredible memories over 11 years of travelling, but one of my favourites is also one of my most recent. Although I travel solo most of the time, I recently travelled around East Africa with my mother for six weeks. Visiting that part of the world had been my number one travel dream since I was a little girl, and we were lucky enough to see lions, cheetahs, rhinos, giraffes, leopards, and more. I’ll never forget how to felt to be surrounded by a hundred elephants as they grazed in Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park,
Favourite travel memory: Realising that overcoming your own fears is the best moment ever. Jumping in the sea to swim with a whale shark, jumping out of a plane or hiking in the mountains for three days – priceless.
Favourite travel memory: I was recently solo travelling in Peru, and took a day trip from Cusco to Rainbow Mountain. I was so nervous for the high altitude hike, finishing off at an elevation of just over 17,000 feet, but I managed to make it on foot instead of taking the horses they offer along the way. It was challenging, rewarding, and the views of Rainbow Mountain itself were absolutely stunning.
Shallow depth of field is achieved by shooting photographs with a low f- number to let in more light.
Ebola survivor Maurice Kakule Kutsunga is working to dispel rumours about the virus and health care providers
A Haitian teen, whose two-year battle with an advanced form of childhood cancer illustrated how the poor and powerless pay the price for the failure of Haiti’s leaders to invest in their medical system, has died. He was 19.
A Moscow couple considering having a second child shares a genetic mutation that guarantees any son or daughter will have hearing loss.
Dementia is proving more prevalent in the world around us. Japan has been dealing with this crisis for the past decade and has turned to its community and agriculture for answers.
It’s not solely the brick industry that is to blame for air pollution. In Dhaka, traffic is unrelenting with streets and highways choked day and night.
Workers carry bricks after they are formed and stack them in preparation for firing. Roughly one million people are employed in Bangladesh’s brickmaking facilities, which generate nearly 60 percent of the particulate pollution in Dhaka.
Nokkhottrobari resort. Nokkhottrobari Resort is one of the most beautiful resort in Gazipur far away from the noise and worries of the gray and lifeless city limits
As part of making the Democratic Republic of Congo accessible on Google Map using the Local Guides program, we asked the DevFest19 Bukavu invitation to talk to people about the importance of Google Maps and how the Local Guides program works. We are helpful in facilitating traffic, travel and accuracy during the trip, despite the invitation was approved with great delay. A meeting organized by GDG Bukavu from the Democratic Republic of Congo
If you come to Malaysia in this area of Batu Caves, you have to try the “Slipper River”.
The slippery river here is not like the egg water + potato flour (sometimes it is very sick).
Their juice is really full of slippery eggs, and it’s really a mouthful of egg scent to eat.
We all love street food.
What about when you are eating street food but healthy and lovely taste. You will find out this healthy food corners in coimbatore. First time I try this, taste was lovely and very healthy.
The taste of the three treasures (beef tendon, tripe, big intestine) is good, there will be no strange smell, and it is better in the spicy soup. Specially selected cows and five flowers, the weight looks quite a lot, the taste is generally not particularly prominent.
The two soups of red soup and white soup taste good. The individual tends to have more red soup. It is not the same as the average spicy pot. It is not too spicy or too numb. The special sauce of the store looks oily, but it is stained. It tastes good and can soothe the spicyness.
Handmade frozen tofu is a selection today, which is different from the tofu taste and taste of the spicy hot pot. The frozen tofu is full of spicy soup, and the taste and taste are great!
The service staff’s attitude is good, the menu content is very clear, and the introduction is very detailed. It is quite frequent to go back and forth to the patrol table or add soup. The restaurant is not big, there is a certain table distance, there will be no pressure. The position of the cold air outlet is blowing against the bottom seat. Although it is blocked by the wooden board, it is still a little cold before eating, and it is colder after eating.