🙈Getting hopelessly lost but finding memories
🌍Tayloring the adventure
🍵Tea drinker and thinker
📍 Now: Cape Town🔜Uk http://www.thetaylormadetravels.com/
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One of the things I love about Cape Town is how close you are to nature despite being in a city. Only a short drive out of the city I could be by the sea. One of my favourite places ❤
There are not many cities where this is true! What do you love in a city?
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Happiness is wind in my hair, the sun on my skin and taking a moment to enjoy the beauty of the Maasai Mara.
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You have probably seen the photos of people having breakfast while giraffes stick their heads through the window? And it is probably on your bucket list? It is definitely on mine! But alas, my traveling budget doesn't allow me to to cross this experience off my list just yet.
Instead, for $10 I went to giraffe manor where I got to have a giraffe kiss😗, feed a giraffe and fall even more in love with these beautiful creatures 😍😍 I can live with that! One day I will be back to have breakfast with them 😊 what animal experience is on your bucket list?
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Wind in the hair, dust covering the face but who cares when you have an amazing view to end a day brimming with lions, elephants and cheetahs. Living the Lion King dream 🦁🐘🐆 #liveforthestory @canonuk @polkadotpassport
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Sir William Cameron mapped Cameron Highlands in 1885 and helped turned it into the oldest tourist spot in Malaysia. Famous for tea, strawberries and having many British quirks such as this mock tutor house. Now it is the perfect escape from the heat and a chance to turn back time.
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"You can't buy happiness but you can buy tea and that is kind of the same thing" ..
.. Cameron Highlands produces Malaysia distinctive boh tea which is still a family run business. If you are a tea fanatic then this is a must stop destination in Malaysia and is a great way to escape the heat!
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A red style post box it must surely be the UK?!
. Actually it is the Cameron Highlands, Malaysia. This is left over from the days when it was a popular weekend retreat to escape the punishing heat of Malaysia. Now, it is a popular destination for its tea, scones and post boxes. And is one of the cheapest and easiest places to visit in Malaysia. Check out the guide on my website for everything you need to know!
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How often can you have a bbq when surrounded by snow?! Abisko is magical ☄ northern lights, huskies, lots of snow, magical sunsets and saunas. Read the blog to find out how to create a DIY tour to see the northern lights in Sweden!
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Driving along in Abisko you are met with winter wonderland views. I could just drive forever with views like this!
Head to Abisko to one of the most spots to see the Northern Lights.
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Abisko in Swedish Lapland is one of the best places to spot the northern lights. And it looks like a magical wonderland. What more could you want?! If you want to go check out the post on the blog!
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This little girl was kind enough to share the end of her ice cream with this dog. But sadly the dog just didn't want it despite the girl sticking the ice cream in its nose.
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Bhutan is one of the most colourful countries I have visited. This is a series of prayer wheels which are used to help send positive energy into the world.
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Throughout Bhutan these flags surround the landscape adding a pop of colour. They are hung up so the prayers will be blown into the wind and the wind will spread good will and compassion. Something the world needs!
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Bhutan measures it's progress in Gross Domestic Happiness as the country's motto is to improve the life of the people as money is no use if everyone is unhappy. It is meant to be the happiest country in the world. whether this is true or not this lady was enjoying taking her daughter to work for the day in the market 😍
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Introducing the Takin- the national animal of Bhutan. It looks like a mad experiment where a cow and goat have been combined. Apparently it is good luck to kiss one.... would you give it a kiss?!
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Bhutan is the only country I have visited where the stray dogs are completely docile as everyone treats them well. It is such a different experience not having to avoid the dogs but walk straight past them instead.
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The wet season sometimes means you can't see the view but at the same time it makes atmospheric views like this. This ground is where the black necked crane call home in #bhutan. Time to dry off in a home stay tonight!
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Trekking in Bhutan makes you feel as if you are the only people in the country. It is rare nowadays to be somewhere without any other people, wifi or noise. Coming to Bhutan has helped me to restore myself and with views like this it is not surprising!
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This is the most iconic sight in Bhutan and it certainly deserves to be. It is a steep hike taking a few hours and a lot of elevation in altitude so by the time you get to this point there is a sense of accomplishment from everyone. Built in the 1400s it must have been painful getting all the working material up there.
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Many in Malaysia say this is the most beautiful beach in #malaysia. At the moment it doesn't appear on many top beach list though it does deserve to. Let's keep it our little secret?