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• It was a pleasure exploring the super colorful streets of Pietermaai.. ☺️🌈 // This district was once a deprived area, but it got a huge make-over several years ago and it’s nowadays the place to-be in Willemstad! The nicest hotspots can be found here and the buildings are bursting with the brightest colors, which instantly lifts your mood 💛 • | Pietermaai, Curaçao
• Playa Kenepa Grandi... 🌊 // After having visited many wonderful beaches on the island, I thought I wouldn’t be surpised anymore. But then on one afternoon, we visited this one! After we parked the car and walked towards the seaside, I was dazzled by a bright stroke of deep blue water which was becoming bigger & bigger. Once we arrived at the beach, I simply couldn’t believe my eyes. This is defintely one of the most incredible beaches I’ve ever seen.. 💙 • | Playa Kenepa Grandi, Curaçao
• Swimming under the stars.. 🌌 • | Jan Thiel, Curaçao
• Calm water, high mountains & a palette of chesnut brown colors.. 🌋🕊 • | Curaçao
• A slice of paradise... 🌴🌺 // Defintely missing the warm, tropical weather! During our stay, it was around 30 degrees everyday and (luckily) it rained mostly during the nights. But today, I might’ll be able to relive Summer again, since temperatures above 20 degrees will be reached in Holland. (Still unbelievable 😱) Have a good weekend y’all! • | Mambo beach, Curaçao
• Unexpected roads may lead to the most surprising places... ✨ // When travelling, I’m usually the one who plans everything beforehand. Knowing what to see, where to eat & what to do provides more certainty & less stress. But sometimes, it’s also important to let loose of a perfectly planned scheme and just see where you’ll end up spontaneously. That’s exactly what happened here. When we were driving towards our resort after a full day exploring several beaches, my dad decided to pick a random road instead of driving straight back. Within several minutes, we ended up with this incredible view.. It was defintely one of the most memorable moments of my week 💛 • | Curaçao

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IMG_1713On a very warm and sunny day, my sister and I decided to visit one of the most beautiful forests of The Netherlands: The Veluwe. The National Park of this forest-rich ridge of hills is situated in the province of Gelderland and features several different landscapes. Heath, woodland and sand drifts, they are all present. The best way to explore all the amazing things this region has to offer is a very “Dutch” one, namely by bike! The well-known white bicycles are very convenient and scattered throughout the whole park.

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After we picked up a map and chose our race-monsters for that day, we were ready to go. In a short period of time, we cycled trough different landscapes which was such a great experience. At one moment, it even felt like I was in a different country (I often feel like a tourist in Holland haha). We had a small picnic close to a lake for lunch and cycled for a bit after our break. I read on beforehand that it was possible to spot deers and foxes, but we decided to save it for next time since temperatures reached above 30C that afternoon (…cycling became too hot to handle). All in all, we had a wonderful time and I’m eager to visit this place again one day.

Lots of love,

Manisha

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“The clearest way into the universe is through a forest wilderness” – John Muir

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