Imagine you are hiking through the forest and suddenly you spot a church on a hill shaped like a CHICKEN. (Bawwk?)⠀
When it comes to making our dreams a reality, we all need a little help once in a while. 🤝⠀
Our latest "Saturdays Around the World" installment chronicles one man's VERY specific dream, and how the internet helped it come to fruition.⠀
Fly over to the link in bio to view our latest article where we head to Indonesia to visit Gereja Ayam, the Chicken Church! 🐔⠀
Thank you Atlas Obscura (@atlasobscura) for taking us on this journey from the comfort of our homes with your great video!⠀
Image Source: Wikimedia Commons
___ ; Pose. ‘Mau tapi Malu’ 🐣
Smoga Apa yang Aku kejar & impikan berjaya satu hari nanti .. Nothing impossible !! percaya pada usaha dan buat insyallah ada Jalan ;
Utk game esok; 🚷
Moga kau baek baek ajaa!! ; 🤘🏻💯
Bali is without question beautiful but other than this destination, the local rice fields are another charmer many volunteers would often suggest visitors check out. The emerald green rice terraces in Bali are postcard staples so you can imagine how photogenic they are. In 2012 the Balinese Subak system of water irrigation fell under the protection of UNESCO, and the rice fields are a World Heritage Site. Those working in the tourist industry are well aware of the attraction that the paddy fields have for visitors, and they are perceptive to cater to tours and outdoor activities in these rural locations. Visitors who wish to experience the more traditional side of Bali are advised to visit the rice fields. I'd love to help you plan your trip, so be sure to call me or send me an email when you're ready to start planning.
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Imagine the best, most delicious, and sensuous banana pudding you can imagine, add just a touch of butterscotch, vanilla, peach, pineapple, strawberry, and almond flavours, and a surprising twist of - garlic.
Keep calm and eat durian.
Dans les ruelles de Yogyakarta...
Le quartier Kraton, autour du palais du sultan, est un dédale de petites ruelles. Au programme : se balader et se perdre dans ce labyrinthe, parmi les petites maisons et le street-art, où la vie des locaux suit son cours.
Saviee-vous que Yogyakarta est la seule province d'Indonésie dont le gouvernement est un sultanat ? Il paraît même que le successeur du sultan actuel sera une femme... une première !
🔸️Lien dans la bio de l'article sur les incontournables à Yogyakarta.
Last night we landed in Myanmar where we spent our first day today🤩 we are not very up to date with the photos that we are posting we know😂🙈 but there are so many shots we loved from our trip to the Komodo Islands that we had to spam a bit😜 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀
Meanwhile we traveled through Java, spent a few days in Kuala Lumpur and are now in a new country. To be very honest we enjoyed all the experiences we made so much like hiking a volcano, visiting beautiful temples and learn about the culture but we realized how much we miss to be in the ocean everyday💙 these days on the Komodo Islands showed us how happy we are exploring mother nature and spending a lot of time in the water. We personally enjoy that more than exploring a city🙈🥰 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
That’s something we learned about ourself now and that is why we made the decision to stay in Myanmar shorter than we had planned before because we want to be back at the ocean again soon💙💙 This is something very personal but we still look forward to the adventures we will have here in Myanmar and will update you soon about what we have planned after that🥰 We realized that we have to follow our heart even if our plans might looked different before this trip started ❤️❤️ Do you prefer traveling in nature or to visit a city?🌿🏙