I’ve been travelling the world a bit over a year now. The last time I went canyoning was in the French alps last June. Arriving in Hong Kong I was connected with the Hong Kong Canyoning Association by @rcwildone Today we ran Ping Nam canyon near the border with mainland China. Rappelling the waterfalls we had views of the harbor and the border of Hong Kong and China. It amazes me that you have have such a condensed metropolis with so many skyscrapers and then have this pristine nature surrounding it. I hope the future is like this. Cities surrounded by wilderness. Hong Kong to me seems so unique in that regard. And the helpfulness and hospitality of these guys is incredible. Thanks Dig, Terry and Johnny for all the help and showing me the inner sanctum of this beautiful country!
MONDAY STORY TIME || On the flight back from Iceland, my seat was next to an elderly lady. It was about a five hour flight, so she decided to watch the movie A Dog's Purpose. "I hope you don't mind me crying next to you," she laughed. I love dogs and hadn't seen the movie, so why not - I turned it on too. Well, I struggled to hold back tears after about 45 minutes, and so was the lady next to me. Except she wasn't. She was SOBBING. Audible crying noises were happening and everyone was looking back and staring at us. "Okay this is crazy," I thought. "I am not ready to cry on a plane with an elderly woman over a movie about dogs." So I had to turn it off. But she continued to watch it, and she loudly cried at the sad parts and let out belly laughs at the funny parts. She didn't care that everyone was staring. I was inspired to have that kind of confidence and to feel that kind of emotion without holding back. Crying Laughing Lady, I hope you're having an awesome life.
This is a PSA about being a responsible dog owner. If you are choosing to take your dog on a trail, first make sure it is allowed. Second, make sure your dog is always on a leash. I don't care how friendly you dog is, when it is not on a leash it will have free range to go to the bathroom where ever it pleases. Most people do not realize how detrimental dogs can be to local ecology.
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Monday!!! and it's so sunny 💜🌞💜🌞💜🌞
sitting with my moring coffee, soaking up every drop of this strange source of vitamin D 😂😜✌ I'm also doing my affirmations to START this week with intent. thought I'd share a few in hopes they kick off your week with intent too. • I am Fearless. • I am always improving, but today, I have the knowledge I need and I am enough.
• I am calm and mindful.
• I'm compassionate with MYSELF and others. • I make a difference by showing up everyday and doing my very best.
friends- tomorrow my saint of a sister and I will be embarking on what might be the most incredible sister road trip in the history of sister road trips. we'll be stopping at death valley, alabama hills, john muir wilderness, valley of fire, zion, and bryce canyon, just to name a few. please comment best hikes, restaurants, gas stations, camp sites, and places to shower in those areas if you have suggestions. i'm prepared to baby wipe shower for a week but sister dearest doesn't feel the same... ANYWAYS #SISTERTRIP2K17 commencing TOMORROW. comment below plz 🤠🗻✨
Today (May 22th) is the International Day for Biological Diversity! ☺️ Share with others and make them to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues which is the purpose of this day. #InternationalBiodiversityDay
I felt so happy exploring the beautiful Kent during the past few days. It was surprisingly warm here compared to the rainy weather in London.
In Whitstable I found these colorful fishermans huts. There were so many that it looked like a small beach huts village. How cool are they? 😀
If you need to escape the city I highly recommend a trip to Canterbury and Whitstable. It is easy to get there taking the High Speed route from St. Pancras International to Kent with the user friendly @trainline app.