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1 32 minutes ago
The summit of Mt. Feathertop, a hike myself @travis_tough and @nick.dimitrelos quickly regretted. Next time we won’t walk 30km, half of which spent in the dark with no torches, stumbling down steep tracks after staying on the summit too long to watch sunset. Maybe one day we will return 🤔
L’année passée à cette période, on était en roadtrip durant quelques jours avec @b_p1. C’est durant ces quelques jours que cette photo a été prise! On repart d’ailleurs samedi pour refaire une aventure similaire héhé. Attendez-vous à une ptite vidéo à l’issue de ce roadtrip 😍 🇬🇧 Last year at the same time we were on a roadtrip across Switzerland with @b_p1. That’s when this picture was taken. Actually, we are doing a roadtrip again soon - leaving on Saturday for few days! You guys can definitely except a video after this lil trip 😍
The towering building all scrambled in different places like a unfinished puzzle.
7 942 hours ago
These two.. breaking my heart with cuteness. 💕 their bond so strong.. creating stories they’ll share for years 🌿 .
And can I say, wearing some of our favorite Australian labels, there’s nothing better than wrapping them in clothing with soul and colour xx ✨ @oishi_m@email@example.com
Give without remembering and always receive without forgetting.
17 19394 hours ago
F I️ V E Y E A R S
Today marks five years with @ryanmagdanz 🎉 We celebrated by having a stressful paleo dinner downtown followed by watching an even more stressful movie. (A Quiet Place)
It’s been five years of a lot of laughing, a lot of crying, and much more adventure. Here’s to another 50+ years!
Forty museums, Basel Carnival and honey spice cookies that are popular far beyond the confines of the city… that is @baselswitzerland. But let’s be honest: the secret real emblem of the city is the #Rhine – especially in summer. The river is not just an important transport route for trade, but has also played a key role in the city’s development. When it gets hot in Basel, sunbathers, students and strolling locals gather at the Rhine – either beside or in the river. On some days, the Rhine looks like a minor motorway, except that the flowing traffic consists of cheerful people, not cars. They’re on their way to their homes or to one of the many #cafés on its shores. If you’d rather stay dry, take one of the four small ferries and travel to the other side the same way as 150 years ago. If you prefer to take things easy, seek out a comfortable spot and enjoy the sunset, like @valeriaslittlecity in this photo. She found a really special place, in an original fisherman’s cabin...