• Irene

    Nusa Penida Tour (1 Day is not enough!)

    Nusa Penida Tour (1 Day is not enough!)
    Nusa Penida Tour (1 Day is not enough!)
    Nusa Penida Tour (1 Day is not enough!)

    Nusa Penida Tour (1 Day is not enough!)
    Nusa Penida Tour (1 Day is not enough!)

    We did a Nusa Penida Day Tour from Nusa Lembongan, exploring both the west and east part of the island. Our journey began with the breathtaking spectacle at Diamond Beach, where the convergence of clear waters and towering cliffs painted an awe-inspiring landscape. Moving forward to the iconic Kelingking Beach, with its renowned T-Rex-shaped cliff and tranquil azure waters, we glimpsed into ancient mysteries. Angel's Billabong, a stunning natural infinity pool carved by the sea, offered a rejuvenating stop, while Broken Beach wowed us with its dramatic arch framing the crashing ocean waves.

    Despite the amazing experience, it emphasized the importance of allocating time for the Manta Day Snorkeling Tour when visiting the Nusa Islands. Although we missed this opportunity due to time constraints, it's a gentle reminder for travelers to plan comprehensively, ensuring each moment is treasured and dedicated to savor all the wonders these islands have to offer.

    Again, big thanks to Alex (Bungalow7, Nusa Lembongan – find them on Airbnb) for making this day trip possible.

    Bungalow7 –

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  • Amelia

    [VIDEO] Thrilling Glass Slide 53 floors High ️

    Sliding from the 53rd to the 52nd floor.

    We had a great time at Sky Views Observatory! The glass walk and glass slide experience were worth it. It's a must-try for those visiting Dubai. If you want to know more about this activity, you can check out the blog post I wrote below ⬇️

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  • Yvonne


    🏔️Machu Picchu, meaning “Old Mountain” in Quechua, is a 15th-century Incan citadel located in the Andes Mountains of Peru.

    🌍This archaeological marvel remained hidden from the outside world until its rediscovery by American historian Hiram Bingham in 1911.

    🔍The precision of Incan engineering is evident in Machu Picchu's construction, featuring perfectly carved stones that fit together without mortar.

    ❓Despite extensive research, the exact purpose of Machu Picchu remains a mystery, with theories ranging from a royal estate to a spiritual retreat.

    🏛️ Machu Picchu was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983, recognizing its cultural and historical significance.

    🌄The site offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and the Urubamba River valley, creating a truly awe-inspiring experience.

    ⭐ Many structures in Machu Picchu align with astronomical events, showcasing the advanced knowledge of the Inca civilization in astronomy and architecture.

    🦙Llamas are native to the Andes and are often seen roaming freely around Machu Picchu, adding to the site's unique charm.

    🌎 Machu Picchu attracts millions of visitors from around the world annually, making it one of the most visited archaeological sites in South America.

    🛡️Ongoing efforts are in place to preserve Machu Picchu, ensuring that future generations can continue to marvel at its beauty and historical significance.

    🌍 Ready to uncover more secrets of Machu Picchu?

    Link in our Bio! 🔗

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