𝔼𝕒𝕣𝕥𝕙 𝔻𝕒𝕪 || 𝟚𝟚.𝟘𝟜.𝟙𝟡
Celebrating our beautiful earth this year in Croatia. I’ve always felt very centred and connected to nature as most of us do but to witness Mother Nature in all her glory was truly magical. Let’s never take this for granted #preservation#climatechangeisreal
Xtra food snaps from Osaka 🥩🍖🍗🍳🥗🍜🍣🍤🥟🍚🥢
Highlights: A5 grade wagyu beef 💕
- medium rare best cut of beef
- Lunch set
- Omurice 2 way (beef & gravy/ tomato paste & bacon)
- Pork siomai
- Famous egg tarts
Can't wait to go back to Osaka 🤤💕
✳️Don't be surprised how quickly the Universe moves once you decide you are worthy✳️
Big things are starting tomorrow and I have been working so hard I hadn't had a chance to reflect on how quickly they came together once I made my dreams a priority... The universe is amazing!.. Also having a supportive and equally inspired and creative husband helps a lot 😘
Tateyama Alpine Route//Open yearly from April to November(closed during Winter) and we managed to go up on their 1st opening day this year!! But unfortunately due to a snow blizzard the night before, our snow wall walk got cancelled 😭 Nonetheless still managed to get some magnificent views of the Japan Alps😍❤
On my last day in Sri Lanka, we visited the local market in Negombo, away from the hotel strip. It was REAL, non-touristy with locals getting ready for Singhalese New Year and Easter. Nobody deserves terrorist actions such as these. Nobody 😔💔 #srilanka
I ate pufferfish & lived to tell the tale🐡
It's quite delicious was suprised by the taste while my heart was nervously pounding in my chest 😣
Had it in 3 different ways: sashimi, hotpot cooked & fried in batter 🖤
Dotonbori Street (道頓堀) 🌟
The famous bright heart of Osaka - lots of yum things to eat, shop and home to the iconic running Gilco man sign! 🏃♂️
Best time to go is during the evening when all the signs are lit up 💡🌇
Snaps of my favourite food on the Island 😍🍱🥘🍤🍚🍶🥢
Highlights : freshest oysters in 4 ways
-best panko crumbed prawns
-first time shabu shabu with the famous hiroshima ice cream lemon soda
- trying momiji manju (famous treat)
-Traditional japanese breakfast 🥰
Can't wait to go back 🤗
Привет, котики. Так больше нельзя..
Представьте, что вы готовите оливье, а затем вдруг начинаете тереть туда шоколад, перемешиваете, и вместо майонеза заправляете все мёдом.. Как минимум это странно, не так ли?
А ещё вкус испортится, и оливье вы скорее всего есть перестанете ..
Так же и с моим блогом. Я честно пробовала, но я не могу, просто не могу мешать все вместе, а особенно инсайдерские наблюдения из Израиля, путешествия и все остальное с бьюти.
И потом, я не могу живя в Израиле пренебрегать ивритом. А не добавляя английский, я вообще сознательно лишаю себя на будущее всех потенциальных колабораций 🤷🏼♀️
Поэтому бьютиблог создан отдельно, посты о красоте перетекают отсюда - туда. Он на иврите и английском, с русским в карусели.
Есть конечно подписчики которые скажут «Я не буду читать два блога - это много». Свободны, не читайте. Мне писать не много, а вам плюс один аккаунт в подписках поперёк горла - точно свободны.
Те же, кому интересна тема красоты, ухода, макияжа, обзоры косметических средств - добро пожаловать. Там же я буду проводить розыгрыши для постоянных подписчиков. Ближайший уже в конце этого месяца.
Буду рада всем .
Имя : @beauty_falafel
Miyajima (宮島) ⛩
Famous for the Itsukushima Shrine 'floating' torii gate. The island is said to be dedicated to the gods and considered a sacred place
One of my favourite places in Japan 💕 felt like I was spirited away to a spiritual/magical place especially when I was strolling at night 🌙
Fab night for some full moon yoga 🌚 with this as the view. Yesterday was the rare pink, blue moon - sparking a huge shift in energy. Change its on its way, which I'm learning to just embrace. After a day of marking energy and soul draining exams 😴, I'm glad I've taken time to do something for myself! 🧘♀️ The Rituals goodie bag was a bonus! 🤗
It’s fun to have a few workout buddies, even if it takes a bit of coordination with the space that’s available.
I started out with Juli (in the front) who also worked out with me yesterday, and then the other two came to see what was going on part way through today.
At one point I was struggling pretty hard to just get through that move, and right then Juli asked me how I was so good at it. And I was thinking, “Girl, you have no idea how much I’m struggling right now.” I told her, “It’s hard but I’ve been doing this for 3 weeks. That’s not a lot, but at least I noticie a difference from when I started.” Sometimes you’ve got to show them that you just keep going even if you don’t love what you’re doing but know you’ll love how you feel after.
So I still owe you some details about my trip to Cambodia. After my phone broke, instagram was dead, too (happy me 😝) but thanks to my brother, who repaired it.
Now some facts about Cambodia Part 1
//During the civil war and the reign of the Khmer Rouge under their leader Pol Pot approximately 2.2 million Cambodians died on the so called Killing Fields and in torture prisons between 1975 to 1979. This is one of the biggest genocides in history.
//The Khmer Rouge used to be a guerilla movement which has its origin in the Kommunist Party of Cambodia.
//Pol Pot thought he could stop corruption with empowering the rural population (mainly farmers) by destroying everything urban. This included the murderer of anyone educated or with an academic background. Which is rather ambivalent as Pol Pot went to university, too (in Paris).
//King Sihanouk was put under house arrest and was not killed due to his popularity.
//Ex-soldiers of the Khmer Rouge are now politicians, the King has just a representative role. //For decades the Cambodian monarchy used to be the most modern worldwide. There is no rule that only the first born son becomes heir to the throne. There even have been queens on the throne.
//Still the country is very corrupt especially in the capital city. There is no middle class existent, just rich and poor. In Phnom Penh you only see luxury car brands. These cars are more expensive than in Austria and the people buy them by cash. Loans and mortgages are not very common.
well, I still have some other very interesting facts. So stay tuned for part 2 ☺️
Read my blog piece about my recent visit to Nepal with United World Schools. So excited to go back in a few weeks and see our own school built! 🙌🙌🙌
Link also in bio 🤗
The Alfombras de Semana Santa are a stunning sight to behold and a labour of love to create. Painstakingly hand made with salt and pigment these works of art take days to complete. They line the streets of El Salvador one day only paving the path for the religious processions of Good Friday (Viernes Santo).
Cure for the holiday blues: go exploring and make home feel like a holiday
Scotland has so much to share and even one lovely day out here feels like a vacation. It did also help that the sun was shining all day.
Happy Easter everyone! 🐣
I wanted to share with you one of my fav quotes, which is as follows: “I didn’t fail the test, I found 100 ways that didn’t work” - Benjamin Franklin in reference to his invention of electricity 💡 ⚡️ ...... electricity!!
Behind every success, is a cumulation of failures and valuable lessons learned from those failures!