Aoraki Mount Cook National Park has some of the best walks in the country. The scenery is spectacular, with the tallest peak in New Zealand, Aoraki / Mount Cook, soaring above at a height of 3,724 metres. Amazing shot taken by @akhilsuhas
Be sure to #destinationnz to grab a feature ✌
Desejo que a vida me leve por lugares desconhecidos para que, propositalmente, eu esteja desvestido de todas as armas que me aprisionam. Desejo estar em solo inseguro para que construa, através do estar presente no momento, novo afetos - novas zonas de conforto a cada vida que me propor viver
Tonight's sunset over Paris 🙏🏻 I'm about a month into my trip around Europe, and wanting to share this quick tip that has benefited us so much, and saved us a lot of money as well as given us a bang for our buck!
If you're traveling with two or more people I would highly recommend looking into @airbnb. If you take the time to research and plan, you can find some truly stunning deals. This private studio flat has blessed us with this incredible balcony view overlooking the city and the Eiffel Tower. I'm sure there may be other platforms out there, but this is our method and it's worked for us!
While hostels can be cheap, you're paying per-bed per-person, which isn't helpful if you're traveling with multiple people. With AirBnb you can split the cost down the middle and it becomes very affordable and well worth it. The cost for each person is typically the same as the average hostel price for your area. This room's total cost is roughly $50 per night, and down the middle ($25) that's about 1/3 the cost of a Motel 6. It can be much cheaper (or expensive) depending on the city. In Portugal reservations were around $20-$30 total per night.
Another benefit over hostels is getting a private and secure space to yourself, and being able to safely store your bags makes all the difference, as well as staying in someone's personal flat or house offers you the immersion to live like a true local.
I'd love to hear anybody's input or personal strategies! Saving money is always a + for us!
In my whole life as a Dutchy I never saw a tulip field up close. So this season I decided to be a tourist in my own country and drove several hours between them. This was the last, biggest, and most colorful field I could find! I always like to save the best for last 🤗 #PPinbloom @passionpassport