Birthday boy 🎉 SWIPE to see a little dronie 😁 Blessed to be spending my birthday with @morganetgy among the beauties of the Dolomites ! Our second spot of the trip was the infamous Alpe di Siusi, where we had to do a sunrise as the sun was rising behind the mountains ! We were also granted with fog, light rays, cabins and fall colors 😍 I don’t think it could have been more perfect ! Thanks @alpinadolomites for the stay & @visitsouthtyrol for arranging the early morning ride 💛 #SouthTyrol#MustBeSouthTyrol
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she’s better than the Chris Brown songs said she’d be
having a couple chill and pool days before our flight to Philippines in a couple days. I am beyond excited!!
Looking awkward as I haven’t quite perfected the bikini pose yet.
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Blue hour session.. this is where the last half hour of darkness slowly diminishes; where the cold breeze gradually transitions into warm air. What was previously a quiet world had its silence broken by the excitement of four gents greeting the waking of the sun and its trickling of light from a distance //
Going into the last three months of the year like 🏹🏹🏹
(Two of my three shots actually hit the target 🎯 which was 100% better than expected.) I’m already looking forward to 2019, and wonder what it will bring. 🙇🏻♀️💭 #zmeetsworld#archery🎯
I enjoyed my morning run at the beach today all because of my @sudio Regent white wireless headphones! Enjoy a 15% discount when you purchase your favorite @sudio pair by using my code: NIKKIINWANDERLAND
I’ve been busy working away on the new eat/stay section of my site - a place for all my hotel and restaurant recommendations. It’s been rather lovely sifting through photos of this past year’s travels and some of the incredible places and spaces I visited. This was one that had my quite dizzy with its beauty. The entrance hall @casxorc in Mallorca. Expect lots of reviews to be up soon. London and away.
“Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all.”– Stanley Horowitz
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Aka beakfast time 🤷🏻♀️
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Would you believe that - up until as recently as the early 2000s - this place was isolated from the rest of the world by a six-month winter? .
Ushguli is located 2100 metres above sea level, making it the highest permanently inhabited city in the world.
The region still receives a lot of snowfall, but I guess through improved road conditions and an introduction of better tools, local residents are now able to gain access to the outside world for a longer period of time. Apparently the road to Ushguli (from Mestia) is still impassable in the depths of winter though.
I've got a post going up about this unique place in northeastern Georgia this afternoon (5pm GMT) so keep your eyes peeled 👀