We know this photo is going out of what we are usually posting, but it is a photo blowing from long in the mind of Toti.
We are participating to an important event host by #samsung and #threeuk thanks to @traverseevents
Thanks also to @aladyinlondon
To show all the best of #kensingtonandchelsea
This is when @samsung give you a new #samsungs9 in your hand and tell you to try the new PRO CAMERA.
Randomly you start to shot here and there, looking for the best light, angle and shadows.
Please be aware to don't use the phone while driving, even if it is a bike. Your life is not a joke.
Finally we are getting out some nice shots from #bremen for #bremerhaven
This German city is unique, yes, it is a proper fairy tales town.
It is not that big, you can walk trough the narrow streets and be fascinating by the sharm and elegance of it old town.
We have wrote already on our blog about Bremen, soon are coming out more. The best things you will know about that trip is: it was so cheap. We did it in 48 hours and flights from London, 1 hour away.
The riverside of the city is the best choice for chill and relax, even in your two days off of the week. Try it out.
Jeepney riding is indeed a unique experience for those not from the Philippines. Each vehicle is personalised with its slogans, paintings and interior decor. The journey itself...for the most part we are all squashed in like sardines, everyone lends a helping hand though to get the fare down to the driver and then the change back (if required, to the right person); occasional beats reverberating through well-placed speakers; the loud purr of the engine as it starts to increase speed; the driver wrestling with the temperamental gear stick, the intermittent smell of diesel fumes; and the persistent beeping of car horns alerting other drivers, pedestrians and waiting passengers - just make for another day in Manila.
Though the Jeepney may be the most popular form of transport around Manila, the tricycle is just as important. Weaving through the backstreets, narrowly missing pedestrians, on-coming vehicles and almost every other pot-hole - always thankful to reach our destination. (Check out this family and all their belongings behind us!)
While Uzbekistan is not typically on most holiday makers bucket lists; it is a country known for its beautiful mosques, ancient architecture and welcoming locals. ⠀
Have any of you ever been to Uzbekistan? We would love to hear about your experiences!⠀⠀
📷 Courtesy of @thediaryofanomad ⠀
"I met an amazing group of teenage schoolgirls in a mosque in Yazd. A few of them said to me, 'Why did you come here? We know Westerners think Iranians are terrorists. We are so happy you came to our country. Please go home and tell people we are not terrorists!' I was so moved by this, and deeply saddened. Imagine living a life encroached by stereotyped ideas. Sharing our very small experience of the reality of everyday Iran is so important to me. I hope it can, even in the slightest way, change this perception."
Celebrating courageous traveler @thesilkroad_ 's journey through Iran. Full interview on the site, link in my bio. ❤️💚