My Sarnath day trip was an impromptu decision. That day, I actually intended to explore more of old Varanasi – specifically the festival that was going to be observed in the Kashi Vishwanath temple....
Varanasi. Benaras. Kashi. Anandavana. Rudravasa. Avimukta.* Arriving in Varanasi Varanasi hit me like a ton of bricks. I had braced myself for the intensity of movement, of very many people in a very small...
Conceived in the open sea, tiny spaceship-shaped sea urchin larvae search the vast ocean to find a home. After this incredible odyssey, they undergo one of the most remarkable transformations in nature.
#WorldWednesday 🖼 Valparaiso should be explored at leisure. The big and popular #Instagrammable murals take your attention at first. But if you stroll slowly, look around corners, examine random wooden boards, curbs, and flagstones, little pieces of art are everywhere. #lookcloser #closerlook #slowtravelling #streetart #streetartoftheday #streetartworldwide #valparaisostreetart #valparaisograffiti #valparaisostreets #valparaisogram #valparaisoart #streetartiseverywhere #streetartcities #lookdown #lookaroundyou #explorethecity #cityart #city_explore @ Valparaíso, Chile ... See MoreSee Less
#ThinkTuesday I've always been inspired by the history of global exploration. A great deal of it was accomplished through sea travel, so ship travel has a kind of glamour to me. While I've tended to be undecided about cruise travel (the culture of cruising isn't really geared towards my demographic), I didn't cross it out either.
Until I learned that it is even more irresponsible to the climate crisis than flying. I mean, I can just about offset my flight emissions, but no way can I afford to offset cruise emissions, let alone how unsustainable it generally is overall.
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