Let’s be honest, we all know that animals are the better humans. And could you imagine a trip to a foreign country without seeing animals around there? For me it wouldn’t be the same.
That’s why on today’s Photo Friday, I post a few of my favourite animal photos from my trips around the world.
Monkey Forst, Ubud, Bali
Wild Horses in Chile
Another wild horse in Horcòn, Chile
Kitten in Marrakech, Morocco
Camel in Morocco
Cat in Essaouira, Morocco
Dolphins in Kaikoura, New Zealand
Sea Lion in Kaikoura, New Zealand
Puppies in Da Lat, Vietnam
Puppy in Sapa, Vietnam
Cows in Colca, Peru
Llamas in Peru
Baby sheep in Queenstown, New Zealand
If you fancy to see a few more, here‘s my post about Namibia, where I clearly saw the most stunning creatures on earth and here’s a post about cats around the world where I contributed a photo as well. And if you want to find out more about where and how to take great animal photos, check this post out.
And if you like a photos in general, check out my Instagram @lkf_anywheresperfect or my other Photo Fridays.
It’s World Ocean Day. Therefore I decided to move my usual Photo Friday up to Thursday to show you my absolute favourite ocean photos I took throughout my trips. Here you go. I hope flicking through them won’t give you as much Fernweh as it gave me.
Koh Panghan, Thailand
South Island, New Zealand
Camp Cove, Australia
Lord Howe Island, Australia
Halong Bay, Vietnam
Santa Barbara, USA
Dun Laoghaire, Ireland
Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia
Tattoos are definitely not everyone’s cup of tea. And I totally understand why. (Let’s not start the discussion now though.)
For me, tattoos are just a way of showing what’s important for me. I don’t have any tattoos where I just decided “I like this” and got it. All of my tattoos have a meaning and for some reason, all of them are connected to a city I lived in.
I asked a few fellow travelers if they had any tattoos they got, just because they loved a country or city so much that they wanted to have a memory of it forever under their skin. Here are a few of the tattoos I collected and loved.
After I had a little incident with broken glass at a Halloween Party at my house the other night, I started thinking about respect. And that respect is one of the most important things a person should have. Ever. But especially when travelling.
Morocco was on my To-See-List for a very long time. When, finally, I booked my flight to explore this north-african country with my friend, I was over the moon. And it really didn’t disappoint me. (Except for the food maybe. Don’t get me wrong, Tagine and Couscous are very delicious but there is not a lot of variety to it. You can get it with fish, with meat or vegetarian but that’s about it. So it gets a bit boring after three weeks.)