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  • Culture buffs will never get bored in Barcelona, where Antoni Gaudí's modernist architecture adorns the city.💙
    📷 @ananewyork
  • Culture buffs will never get bored in Barcelona, where Antoni Gaudí's modernist architecture adorns the city.💙
📷 @ananewyork
  •  5  2 7 hours ago
  • L'horloge astronomique de Prague sur la place de la vieille ville.
    Dès que sonnent les heures, des centaines de personnes se pressent à ses pieds pour l'observer s'animer et la photographier !
    La place et les bâtiments autours sont eux aussi magnifiques !
    Premier jour. Visite de la vieille ville et du quartier juif.
  • L'horloge astronomique de Prague sur la place de la vieille ville. 
Dès que sonnent les heures, des centaines de personnes se pressent à ses pieds pour l'observer s'animer et la photographier ! 
La place et les bâtiments autours sont eux aussi magnifiques ! 
Premier jour. Visite de la vieille ville et du quartier juif.
  •  6  2 7 hours ago
  • DAY 2 - INTO THE CAVE
    My genius jetlag plan worked - we managed the first day awake, got sunburnt (not quite planned) and happily fell asleep at 7pm (9am Irish time) to wake up to a beautiful sunrise. The world didn't even feel upside down. A delightful breakfast, a refreshing morning swim - Jogja didn't seem so brutal anymore. We felt totally ready for an adventure! How about being lowered into a cave on hand-held ropes?

    I'd read about Jomblang cave and the "heavenly light" effect on a sunny day but I somehow hadn't quite noticed the going down bit. Not that I'm scared of heights, you know... 😂 The adventure seemed right up Ciaran's alley, so we got on the bike and off we went.
    A quick note about scooters. My main means of transport in Dublin is actually the bicycle (try parking a car on the quays!). A lot of people have asked me how I'm not scared of Dublin traffic. I'm not, just the taxi drivers 🚖 Try navigating the cities of Vietnam, and no other traffic will seem scary anymore. The first time Ciaran insisted on getting a bike I held on to him for dear life and wouldn't let him go over 20kph. A few weeks later riding beautiful roads with him became my favourite past time, and the question "why so slow?" was asked more than once.
    So getting back on a bike was one of the things I was most looking forward to about Indonesia. Warm wind in your face, picturesque rice fields passing by, hairpins of the road... I quickly realised I wasn't quite prepared for city traffic of Jogja, narrow lanes and total lack of traffic rules. The main rule seemed to be "drive as fast as possible". Because if you don't, everyone else will, so you won't get anywhere. Definitely wouldn't pass the Irish driving test. Oh, and watch out for dogs.
    Before the trip I bought a pair of orange jogging pants from Penny's to be comfortable on the plane. Little did I know they would become my hardy "bike pants". In my colourful dresses with the pants underneath I looked like a traffic light, but I definitely wouldn't get burned! ⬇️⬇️⬇️ #indonesiastories
  • DAY 2 - INTO THE CAVE 
My genius jetlag plan worked - we managed the first day awake, got sunburnt (not quite planned) and happily fell asleep at 7pm (9am Irish time) to wake up to a beautiful sunrise. The world didn't even feel upside down. A delightful breakfast, a refreshing morning swim - Jogja didn't seem so brutal anymore. We felt totally ready for an adventure! How about being lowered into a cave on hand-held ropes?

I'd read about Jomblang cave and the "heavenly light" effect on a sunny day but I somehow hadn't quite noticed the going down bit. Not that I'm scared of heights, you know... 😂 The adventure seemed right up Ciaran's alley, so we got on the bike and off we went. 
A quick note about scooters. My main means of transport in Dublin is actually the bicycle (try parking a car on the quays!). A lot of people have asked me how I'm not scared of Dublin traffic. I'm not, just the taxi drivers 🚖 Try navigating the cities of Vietnam, and no other traffic will seem scary anymore. The first time Ciaran insisted on getting a bike I held on to him for dear life and wouldn't let him go over 20kph. A few weeks later riding beautiful roads with him became my favourite past time, and the question "why so slow?" was asked more than once. 
So getting back on a bike was one of the things I was most looking forward to about Indonesia. Warm wind in your face, picturesque rice fields passing by, hairpins of the road... I quickly realised I wasn't quite prepared for city traffic of Jogja, narrow lanes and total lack of traffic rules. The main rule seemed to be "drive as fast as possible". Because if you don't, everyone else will, so you won't get anywhere. Definitely wouldn't pass the Irish driving test. Oh, and watch out for dogs. 
Before the trip I bought a pair of orange jogging pants from Penny's to be comfortable on the plane. Little did I know they would become my hardy "bike pants". In my colourful dresses with the pants underneath I looked like a traffic light, but I definitely wouldn't get burned! ⬇️⬇️⬇️ #indonesiastories
  •  14  2 7 hours ago
  • There are only three things women need in life: food, water, and compliments. Chris Rock (c)
  • There are only three things women need in life: food, water, and compliments. Chris Rock (c)
  •  86  17 7 hours ago
  • #throwback to my real first day in London exploring Kew Gardens! Just wonderful 😍
  • #throwback to my real first day in London exploring Kew Gardens! Just wonderful 😍
  •  5  1 7 hours ago
  • So, me and Paula created a joined instagram a little while ago where we publish photos from our travels. Go check it out if you want to ➡️ @travel_therainbow
  • So, me and Paula created a joined instagram a little while ago where we publish photos from our travels. Go check it out if you want to ➡️ @travel_therainbow
  •  137  4 8 hours ago
  • Mexico is magical ✨ and seeing Teotihuacan’s pyramids of the sun🌞 and moon🌛is a must when visiting. #TravelTip - Just 25 miles south of CDMX, Teotihuacan is the most visited archaeological site in the country, so arrive when the site opens to beat the crowds (and the heat). #mexicoroadtrip #teotihuacan #visitmexico
  • Mexico is magical ✨ and seeing Teotihuacan’s pyramids of the sun🌞 and moon🌛is a must when visiting. #TravelTip - Just 25 miles south of CDMX, Teotihuacan is the most visited archaeological site in the country, so arrive when the site opens to beat the crowds (and the heat). #mexicoroadtrip #teotihuacan #visitmexico
  •  41  6 8 hours ago