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Later NYC ✌🏼

Later NYC ✌🏼

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Forever seeking new beach hideouts 🏝
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📸: @adventuring.april

Forever seeking new beach hideouts 🏝 . 📸: @adventuring.april

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fav season 🍁

fav season 🍁

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The moment I found out there was a stain on my new white shoes 🥺

The moment I found out there was a stain on my new white shoes 🥺

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Botanická zahrada Jardin Majorelle / Botanic garden Jardin Majorelle

Botanická zahrada Jardin Majorelle / Botanic garden Jardin Majorelle

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Il mio mondo felice 🍫🍭

Il mio mondo felice 🍫🍭

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#cowtown

11.16.2018

#cowtown 11.16.2018

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J’aime et je déteste cette ville en même temps. Pourquoi? Car c’est là où j’ai grandi ❤️ je connais bien les bonnes et les mauvaises. Puis j’ai réalisé que rien n’est pareil au Jakarta ❤️

J’aime et je déteste cette ville en même temps. Pourquoi? Car c’est là où j’ai grandi ❤️ je connais bien les bonnes et les mauvaises. Puis j’ai réalisé que rien n’est pareil au Jakarta ❤️

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Managed to catch some beautiful fall colors on this hike outside of Asheville! Since living in tropical Costa Rica, we haven’t seen fall colors like this in a while 🍁😍

Managed to catch some beautiful fall colors on this hike outside of Asheville! Since living in tropical Costa Rica, we haven’t seen fall colors like this in a while 🍁😍

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🇬🇹⛺️ Nomad @iamnomad in San Marcos la Laguna, Lake Atitlán, Guatemala #nomadsofcentralamerica

🇬🇹⛺️ Nomad @iamnomad in San Marcos la Laguna, Lake Atitlán, Guatemala #nomadsofcentralamerica

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They herd me coming 🐮

They herd me coming 🐮

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The #iconic #buddha head of #watmahathat, the most photographed site in #thailand. 🇹🇭 The first time I came here a few years back, I got to the site early and there were hardly any tourists so I didn't believe this fact. This time around, we got here a bit later in the morning and boy were there a lot of people? 😬 Make sure you hit this place first otherwise you have to wait patiently like I did to get up close! If you do go later in the morning, bring an umbrella with you for some shade! It is so hot!! 💦😅 The head in the tree is a really sad story--I overheard a tour guide mention that during the war with the Burmese, the heads were cut off all the Buddha heads because there were valuable jewels in them. The thieves left the head by the tree and away from temple, forgotten, and so it grew within the tree roots. 💔

The #iconic #buddha head of #watmahathat, the most photographed site in #thailand. 🇹🇭 The first time I came here a few years back, I got to the site early and there were hardly any tourists so I didn't believe this fact. This time around, we got here a bit later in the morning and boy were there a lot of people? 😬 Make sure you hit this place first otherwise you have to wait patiently like I did to get up close! If you do go later in the morning, bring an umbrella with you for some shade! It is so hot!! 💦😅 The head in the tree is a really sad story--I overheard a tour guide mention that during the war with the Burmese, the heads were cut off all the Buddha heads because there were valuable jewels in them. The thieves left the head by the tree and away from temple, forgotten, and so it grew within the tree roots. 💔

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Basilica Nossa Senhora da Penha . .
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Basilica Nossa Senhora da Penha . . . .

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Hello Sofia...

Hello Sofia...

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NYC 👶🏼 | 1 week spent in New York for work and seeing family. Photo (1) was at the Veterans Day parade where the guy in front of me in the fur coat used 5th Av as his own personal catwalk. Photo (2) is a view from the office 🙌🏼.

NYC 👶🏼 | 1 week spent in New York for work and seeing family. Photo (1) was at the Veterans Day parade where the guy in front of me in the fur coat used 5th Av as his own personal catwalk. Photo (2) is a view from the office 🙌🏼.

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When people tell me I should be used to the cold when it’s freezing in London since I’m from Estonia but really this ⬆️ is the only kind of weather I can ever get used to ☀️

When people tell me I should be used to the cold when it’s freezing in London since I’m from Estonia but really this ⬆️ is the only kind of weather I can ever get used to ☀️

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What’s fascinating about Myanmar is that so much of the culture and way of life has remained unchanged for centuries.
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Until 8 years ago, the only country with fewer cell phones than Myanmar was North Korea, and most Burmese people didn’t even have access to a rotary phone or landline. ☎️ Mobile phones were especially reserved for the elite, with SIM cards costing as much as $2,000 on the black market. Due to its isolationist, oppressive government regime, Myanmar was, in many ways, a living time capsule.
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As the government began to democratize, the telecommunications system evolved some 150 years almost overnight. 📲 Now, Myanmar is one of the fastest growing mobile markets in the world, with as much as 90% of the population having access to a smart phone (even in rural villages powered only by spotty solar panels).
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People who, a decade ago, weren’t even aware of what was happening in the town over, can now scour Facebook for news on international politics, call relatives hundreds of miles away, order a taxi via ride-sharing app Grab, and take online classes. Those without bank accounts (95% of the population) can now access mobile payment and money transfer systems, and women who’d never be able to get a bank loan can now easily call up relatives to ask to borrow money.
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Just try to imagine what it would be like to jump from almost zero connectivity straight to smart phones — internet, Facebook & Twitter, fancy cameras, the whole deal. It’s wild to see the role a singular product the size of a human hand 🖐🏼 can have in propelling a country’s financial, social, and educational systems forward. Obviously there’s a long way to go, but in a way, these smart phones are the gateway.
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Also this is a photo of me, at one of the oldest pagodas in the world, with an elderly monk who approached me to take selfies on his new smart phone to send to friends & family. ☺️ Talk about a history mashup.

What’s fascinating about Myanmar is that so much of the culture and way of life has remained unchanged for centuries. :::::: Until 8 years ago, the only country with fewer cell phones than Myanmar was North Korea, and most Burmese people didn’t even have access to a rotary phone or landline. ☎️ Mobile phones were especially reserved for the elite, with SIM cards costing as much as $2,000 on the black market. Due to its isolationist, oppressive government regime, Myanmar was, in many ways, a living time capsule. :::::: As the government began to democratize, the telecommunications system evolved some 150 years almost overnight. 📲 Now, Myanmar is one of the fastest growing mobile markets in the world, with as much as 90% of the population having access to a smart phone (even in rural villages powered only by spotty solar panels). :::::: People who, a decade ago, weren’t even aware of what was happening in the town over, can now scour Facebook for news on international politics, call relatives hundreds of miles away, order a taxi via ride-sharing app Grab, and take online classes. Those without bank accounts (95% of the population) can now access mobile payment and money transfer systems, and women who’d never be able to get a bank loan can now easily call up relatives to ask to borrow money. :::::: Just try to imagine what it would be like to jump from almost zero connectivity straight to smart phones — internet, Facebook & Twitter, fancy cameras, the whole deal. It’s wild to see the role a singular product the size of a human hand 🖐🏼 can have in propelling a country’s financial, social, and educational systems forward. Obviously there’s a long way to go, but in a way, these smart phones are the gateway. :::::: Also this is a photo of me, at one of the oldest pagodas in the world, with an elderly monk who approached me to take selfies on his new smart phone to send to friends & family. ☺️ Talk about a history mashup.

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Portland 🍂

Portland 🍂

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Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill

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No filter!

No filter!

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All you need is mountains and Glühwein.
Throwback to 2017.

All you need is mountains and Glühwein. Throwback to 2017.

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Autumn season in Tokyo @ Koishikawa Korakuen. Been here for almost 8 months already and it’s felt like a blur. Also, wanted to let everyone know that December 1st will mark a new chapter in this adventure as I finally move out of the 東京大学 dorm and into my own apartment (November 18th, 2018)

Autumn season in Tokyo @ Koishikawa Korakuen. Been here for almost 8 months already and it’s felt like a blur. Also, wanted to let everyone know that December 1st will mark a new chapter in this adventure as I finally move out of the 東京大学 dorm and into my own apartment (November 18th, 2018)

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#London you are perfect today! 🍁🍂 Having a lazy #Sunday resting up before a special visitor arrives tomorrow...

#London you are perfect today! 🍁🍂 Having a lazy #Sunday resting up before a special visitor arrives tomorrow...

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The Clifton Suspension Bridge 🌉 Bristol —- Good evening my friends 😉👍🏼 —- #MerryBristmas @VisitBristol #VisitBristol @flybmi #flybmi #flybmihiddentreasures

The Clifton Suspension Bridge 🌉 Bristol —- Good evening my friends 😉👍🏼 —- #MerryBristmas @VisitBristol #VisitBristol @flybmi #flybmi #flybmihiddentreasures

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Perugia- one of the most famous university town of Italy. It was full of international students, coming from all over the world, to learn languages, yet it was so italian, in every way. It was so welcoming as a city and the warmth and the friendliness of people would always stay with me. Made memories here that would last a lifetime .

Perugia- one of the most famous university town of Italy. It was full of international students, coming from all over the world, to learn languages, yet it was so italian, in every way. It was so welcoming as a city and the warmth and the friendliness of people would always stay with me. Made memories here that would last a lifetime .

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Pumpkins on Acorn Street

Pumpkins on Acorn Street

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Paris is always a good idea 😍😍😍 what about you? have you been or not? liked, disliked?

Paris is always a good idea 😍😍😍 what about you? have you been or not? liked, disliked?

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Autumn in Amsterdam🍂💛

Autumn in Amsterdam🍂💛

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Happy Sunday and Happy National Hike Day!  Beautiful views unveil themselves only after a good hike, get out and explore!  #mountsinai #hike #nationalhikeday

Happy Sunday and Happy National Hike Day! Beautiful views unveil themselves only after a good hike, get out and explore! #mountsinai #hike #nationalhikeday

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Under the northern lights 💚💙
Lapland, Finland
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Congrats 🏆 📸 @topinlife✨
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☑️ Follow @theniceplanet 👈 please
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#lapland #finland #wonderful_places #niceplanet

Under the northern lights 💚💙 Lapland, Finland 🔸 🔸 🔸 Congrats 🏆 📸 @topinlife✨ 🔸 🔸 🔸 ☑️ Follow @theniceplanet 👈 please #️⃣ #theniceplanet for a feature. 🔸 🔸 🔸 #lapland #finland #wonderful_places #niceplanet

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Autumn in New York

Autumn in New York

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