Was blown away visiting Pompeii, I didn't realise just how big it was and how much had been preserved. This is my favourite photo from the trip.
/r/travelView from my hostel in Riomaggiore
/r/travel“Himalayas on Himalayan”. Riding on Manali-Leh highway is truly an unforgettable experience
/r/travelFascinating ruinous day in Turkey. Saw the brilliant Library of Celsus and a lot more. Album in comments.
/r/travelBomber wreck of Pearl Harbor mastermind Admiral Yamamoto. Worth the trek through occasionally knee-deep mud - Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea
/r/travelWent to the Christmas Market in Cologne, Germany yesterday. It was so cool! Incredible food and wares. I would recommend going at night. The lights are incredible. (See comments for full album)
/r/travelWe road the ferry to one of the smaller islands off the coast of Puerto Rico, Culebra. This island is known for having one of the most famous beaches in the world, Flamenco. We go lucky most of our time there but clouds started to roll in...
/r/travelKatun’ river in Altai Republic near “Putin’s dacha” 5 months ago.
/r/travelReally missing the 4 months I spent in Granada, Spain.
/r/travelView from my bedroom at El Pas de la Casa in Andorra
/r/travelRiding through the jungles of Guatemala on route south.
/r/travelLake Königssee from the summit of The Jenner (1874m / 6148ft), the Berchtesgaden Alps, Bavaria, Germany. Was a very snowy day, but by 1pm the snow had subsided and the clouds began to clear.
/r/travelI walked across Rome to The Vatican so you don't have to. (Rome, March 2019, OC)
/r/travelSpent the weekend 30 minutes away from a little peruvian village called Lamas. Peru, you are so beautiful.
/r/travelChristmas market in Nuremberg, Germany
/r/travelI have just travelled from London to Tokyo without flying, I left about 3 months ago. I spent 9 days in Mongolia (the best part of the trip) and here is a picture of a lonely soviet van in the Gobi Desert
/r/travelTromsø, Norway - As well as enjoying the incredible wildlife, stunning scenery and the friendliest people, we got to see Aurora Borealis
/r/travelTrip report : East Africa (Rwanda - Congo - Uganda)
/r/travelJackson, Wyoming - National Elk Refuge. Wish I lived there
/r/travelChatham Islands (New Zealand)
/r/travelView at the High Place of Sacrifice in Petra, Jordan (December 2019)
/r/travelI am in Italy for work training, and am incredibly lucky that I got to visit Venezia today. Took this beauty on my way out, having had every breath in my body stolen away :)
/r/travelDove Lake Circuit up at Cradle Mountain in Tasmania. What a scene!
/r/travelPanoramic infinity pool views in Kitzbühel, Austria
/r/travelA beautiful December day in Kutna Hora, Czech Republic. An hour away from Prague by car, this city is exceedingly charming and home to many treasures like the Sedlec Ossuary and St. Barbara's Cathedral.
/r/travelThe Lotrščak Tower and Grič Cannon - I was lucky enough to spend a few days in Zagreb, Croatia over the summer and found this interesting. Since 1877, everyday at precisely 12:00 noon, a cannon is fired a single time to commemorate the Croatian victory against the Turks. Made me jump!
/r/travelZagreb the city that offers everything. I fell in love with this city with its wonderful culture, food, entertainment and of course the people 😍
/r/travelGoing to miss this view. Hilterfingen, Switzerland.
/r/travelMt Saint Helens National Park @ Johnson Observatory- WA, US. A short drive from Portland with many hiking trails to view the blast zone. This was from a trip we took in early November.
/r/travelA great and forgotten place in Arashiyama very close to the bamboo forest :)