I love Croatia and I don't care who knows it (Dubrovnik, 2018)
/r/travelFinally saw Gaztelugatxeko Doniene in the Basque Country! It was beautiful
/r/travelVisited Havana, Cuba 2 years ago, and it might be the most authentic feeling place I've ever traveled
/r/travelThrowback Friday: a picture I took during my visit to Iceland a few years ago at Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach. I'm still sad that due to flight cancelations I was not able to visit Iceland again this summer, it could have been a whole different experience without thousands of tourists around.
/r/travelWent to Papua New Guinea in 2019, it wasn't as fancy as these other travel posts, but perhaps wee bit more adventurous
/r/travelThis is so wasteful. Who misses flying that much?
/r/travel1 year ago I completed the majestic Langtang Valley Trek. Only a few pictures remain of this heavenly place on my social media because my hard drive crashed unexpectedly. Definitely one of the most awesome and beautiful place I've ever been to.
/r/travelThese meatball looking spheres are actually heavy steel balls filled with shrapnel inside, that were used in the 1800s by the Haitians to keep the French away. This is atop Citadelle Laferriere, Cap Haitien, Haiti.
/r/travelMy friends and I visited scenes from Forrest Gump's run across America on a road trip. This photo was taken outside of Monument Valley, where Forrest ends his cross country trip!
/r/travelCascades de Agua Azul - located in the Mexican jungle state of Chiapas. The best swim I've ever had
/r/travelSunrise hot air balloon in the Serengeti. Worth every penny. [OC]
/r/travelGreve Church, Denmark (a part of my walk around the island of Zealand, link in comments)
/r/travelOne of the best views of Nong Khiaw, Laos. Fell in love with this place and the people, ended up staying 2 months.
/r/travelWishing I was back among the trees and mountains of Grand Teton National Park. Spotted a new friend while at Schwabacher’s Landing.
/r/travelKorčula Croatia old town, a walled medieval city on the Island of Korčula. Venetian renaissance architecture designed in a fish bone shape to shelter from sun and wind.
/r/travelFlorence, Italy was the first place I ever went abroad, and it inspired a love of travel that has stuck with me ever since. This city was the heart of the Renaissance, and its stunning cathedral took over a century to build. I absolutely recommend everyone visit someday if they can.
/r/travelHome away from home. Bhramhtaal trek, Uttarakhand [OC] [4000x3000] More in comments.
/r/travelIt doesn't quite click how enormous Abu Simbel is until you see a person for scale - Egypt
/r/travelBeen focusing on domestic travel this summer and decided to spend a week and a half in Kherson, Ukraine. One of my favorite spots is the fabulous pink lake on Arabatska Arrow (near Crimea). And if you're wondering if it's really this pink...yes it is. It really took my breath away.
/r/travelHere's the packing list I use anytime I travel; I thought others might find it useful. I cross off the stuff I don't need for any particular trip (example: ORS), and I check off items as I pack so I know that I haven't forgotten anything. It takes the worry out of packing.
/r/travelCatania, Sicily, has been an absolute delight so far: loved the gardens of Saint Agata Cathedral in particular
/r/travelI travelled to Crete for my Honeymoon last month and was lucky enough to visit Preveli Lake. Refreshingly cool water that flows out to the Mediterranean sea.
/r/travelAlps to Adriatic Cycle Route - somewhere in Northern Italy
/r/travelMuizz Street in Islamic Cairo is dominated by the mosques, colleges, and mausoleums of great Mamluk Sultans, mostly from the medieval era. It feels like something out of a movie.
/r/travelMy first night in Korea, one year ago
/r/travelKjeldstrup Quarry, Denmark. (OC, part of my walk around Zealand, full walk in coments)
/r/travelSpent Christmas in Colmar last year, missing wandering around these beautiful "Beauty and the Beast" houses
/r/travelTravelling within Iceland because we couldn’t go elsewhere. Found these guys sheltering from the wind...
/r/travelMiss traveling, so I went through my pictures and wanted to share some of my favorites.
/r/travelJodogahama Beach, Miyako, Japan. By far the most beautiful place I’ve seen on my trip along the east coast.