Photo of the Day - #Northern #India #Hayride - #Amritsar, #India - Watching the locals go about their everyday business was an amazing tourist experience on its own, including this funny tractor that drove past us towing a large wagon full of what appeared to be the remains of a torn down dwelling, complete with a group of people sitting on top. Photo from #absolutevisit at www.absolutevisit.com - all images Creative Commons Noncommercial
Not a tourist this week - living life as a New Yorker. Early morning coffee at local hangouts watching the world go by reading books long lunches with dear friends sitting on park benches late night dinners and drinks laughing and feeling deliciously relaxed and content. This is what life is about- adventures and experiences.
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The Simple Secret to Staying Unstuck by Judy Sims - Indiana Jones Five years ago I had lunch with an amazing 20-year-old woman. She had just finished a successful summer internship and now it was fall and she was going back to school to finish her business degree. Her future was bright. She was super smart extremely likeable with a great attitude and definitely goingplaces. Over lunch she told me about her BIGPLAN. It looked something likethis: Graduate business school get a job at…
On a tiny uninhabited island in the #Bahamas about a dozen pigs live and swim freely in the clear blue water watched over by tourists hoping to play with pigs in the sand. The pigs decide what their relationship with tourists will be but expect to be fed by their visitors and have been known to sit for food or whatevers in a bottle even beer. There are different stories on how the pigs got to #BigMajorCay. Some say they swam to the island after a shipwreck; others say sailors left them…
Sitting on the Florida Gulf Coast, Destin is known for being a fishing village. Filled with numerous marinas, this could make a tourist’s head spin with all the options, but watch Peter's report on the local waterfront experience.
Victoria Falls, Southern Africa on the Zambezi River at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. Victoria Falls – indigenously called Mosi-oa-Tunya, or "Smoke that Thunders” – plunges a misty into narrow Batoka Gorge.