That's a wrap, New York. So sad to say goodbye but I am totally stuffed. My last shot is assorted dumplings from the masters at @mimichengs in Nolita. Hope you had a wonderful time following along the last 24 hours and if you want more great food and travel pics, follow me @jasonbkessler.
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"After hiking 40 km (25 mi) over 3 days you've earned a glacial dip." 📷 + caption by @kiaraleanne during a recent visit to Kootenay National Park.
Remember to respect the terrain, environment, and other users while you are enjoying the trails. Follow the three Ts—trip planning, training, and taking the essentials. @bc_adventuresmart is a great resource to help you get informed before heading outdoors.
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Photo: @ChrisBurkard Alaska has always captured my attention due to the extremities of its landscapes. The string of the Aleutians islands is located in one of the world’s most dramatic volcanic regions, the Ring of Fire. This peninsula houses 29 active volcanoes, ancient villages, and some of the best fishing opportunities. These islands are home to around 8,000 natives. If you find yourselves out here and are daring enough, take a jump in the ocean, watch the waves, or take a boat trip around the strand of volcanoes.
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Meeting the right local can transform your experience of a place. When it comes to the countryside around Amsterdam, Douwe’s your guy—a seasoned traveler with an infectious sense of humor and a deep love for the area’s history. Through Airbnb, you can sit beside or behind him on a vintage sidecar motorcycle for a scenic ride on remote roads to the fishing village of Volendam and other cool hamlets. BYOOG (bring your own old-timey goggles).
Click the link in our bio for more Amsterdam adventures and places to stay.
📸 @johnkernickphotography beach chairs and umbrellas cover the beach in Positano on Italy's Amalfi coast. It's a busy town and very popular with tourists durning the summer months. For a time during the early twentieth century Positano was a relatively poor fishing village. It began to attract large numbers of tourists in the 1950s, partly due to John Steinbeck publishing his essay about Positano in Harper's Bazaar in May, 1953: "Positano bites deep", Steinbeck wrote. "It is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone.
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70% DISCOUNT‼️FREE SHIPPING 🇺🇸LINK TO BUY IN @earthmedia's BIO‼️ Grab one while the offer lasts 🕓 Check the link in @EARTHMEDIA's bio to purchase ⬅
No one knows how the story began, but locals will tell you that when the fishermen of Isla Holbox boasted to the fisherman of Isla Mujeres about catching the biggest fish in the world, they responded with "well, we have the biggest shell in the world. We made ceviche for all the islanders and sold it to the man who lives in it now!" The Seashell Home was designed and built by two local architects, making it that much more incredible. So settle in by the pool and feel right at home because mi cáscara, su cáscara.
Part 1 of 5 of the European Highlight video! This probably the favorite video we've ever made around here! This is the highlight video from our European photo walk where we visited Portugal, Spain, Italy, France, England, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Hungary, and Russia! Wow, I get tired AND excited just thinking about it.
I have upcoming photo walks at Burning Man and Los Angeles, to be followed by some unannounced locations in Japan and Asia after that.
Anyway, enjoy, and maybe you'll see yourself in the video if you joined the party! :) If you see yourself or a friend, why not tag 'em? And thanks again everyone! :)