Be my Valentine ♥️
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Don’t you have the feeling that time is passing by so fast? I mean, it feels like we just celebrated Christmas, New Year’s Eve, my birthday (most important holiday 😋) and now Valentine’s Day is almost there 💕
I know, for most people this holiday is completely senseless.. flowers, chocolates, jewelry.. why all those gifts on exact that day? Most men would say they can get all those gorgeous gifts for their girl any day of the year, right?
Well, no, and here’s why: on Valentine’s Day everything is already about love, at least for girls. Of course it’s not our most important holiday here, but still (even if we won’t tell) most girls want to get a surprise that day 💘 Just remember those movies, when a guy picks up his girlfriend on Valentine’s Day, in his hands is a huge flower bouquet 🌹 He would go for a romantic dinner with her and usually he would get her a little present 🎁 And let’s be honest, of course men can get us presets every single day of the year, but are they really going to?
I know it’s silly, but as a little girl I wanted that kind of romantic Valentine’s Day. Now that I have it, I’m very happy, but there was a time when I was single and what can I say... if a men won’t get me a gift, I would just treat myself with something pretty ✨
We are independent girls, we can buy watches, jewelry, bags, cars and everything else ourself! Of course it’s nice to have a loving and caring partner who would treat us from time to time. But if we don’t have one, we can take good care for ourselfs 💪🏻 In that case it should be “would you be my (Paul) valentine?” For all my fashionistas and independent women out there, I have a great discount code: with the code tori15 you will get a 15% discount on your next order 🥂 #paulvalentine
Ps. Men can also use this code to get some pretty gifts! I often hear it’s so hard to choose something for a girl. Well, if you visit the @paulvalentine website you won’t have that opinion anymore 💍😻
The founders of Venice must have believed in the impossible – and the insane. Their plan to build a city of marble palaces on a lagoon has become the stuff of legends, Shakespearean plays, Hollywood movies and many a traveller’s dream.
A gondola ride along the Grand Canal showcases its architectural wonders, like the Palazzo Ducale and Basilica di San Marco. Step ashore and you’ll be even more dazzled. The narrow backstreets, pigeon-filled piazzas and neighbourhood churches are home to treasures aplenty.
This is a trendsetting city, known for defying the odds: it’s home to racy operas at La Fenice and radical new art at the Biennale, intricate Burano lace and handmade Murano glass.
It’s also a city that knows how to party – most notably the annual Martedì Grasso (or Mardi Gras). The carnival’s most famous historical reveller was Casanova, who ended up in the Doge’s jail for his seductive antics.
And don’t forget to don one of Venice’s traditional masks to attend a classic Venetian ball and feel a little naughty. These events were so used and abused by gamblers and prostitutes seeking anonymity that, by the 18th century, they were banned outside of carnival time.
The best time to see Venice is at sunrise and sunset. This is when the winding maze of cobblestone streets and hilly bridges will be at their most empty and most magical. You’ll feel as if this overly Instagrammed city is all yours.
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Stories of Himachal.
Everyone has their own way to write it, everyone has that passion to tell their version of the story of what they experienced there. My version is not so special or anything but it is mine. So let's.... Malana, a town where being touched is taken more seriously than being naked, a town where the local authorities are actually the locals, a town which the government only believes is in their jurisdiction.
Malana is located on a hilltop in Himachal Pradesh famous for it's curious lifestyle among other things and it is more worth for foreigners than Indians to trek this mountain as we see more international tourist than domestic tourist on our way to Malana living in their own definition of peace and solace and the only thing that matters to them is what should matter to everyone, they are happy and have made it pretty clear with their faces that they are happier than they ever thought they would be.
For anyone visiting, don't be careful there(you do that enough living in the cities taking care of everyone around you) be carefree and live for once. You'll learn the difference here.
Through the iconic orange torii gates of the enchanted Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine. Thousands of torii line the pathways to thousands of smaller shrines. At the entrance, millions of colorful paper cranes are strung up in 🙏🏽 and benediction, as lore says that if you string 1000 cranes your deepest wishes will come true ❤️🧡💛 #memoirsofageisha#loveandshrines#kyoto⛩