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  • „I got my own back 💥“ - Maya Angelou | Unbezahlte Werbung | Ich wünsche euch einen tollen Samstag! 🥰👏🏻 📸 @anikateller
  • „I got my own back 💥“ - Maya Angelou | Unbezahlte Werbung | Ich wünsche euch einen tollen Samstag! 🥰👏🏻 📸 @anikateller
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  • “I hope I never get tired of the night sky, of thunderstorms, of watching cream make galaxies in my coffee. I hope I never grow to be someone who can no longer see the small beautiful things.” 📸 @thetastelessgentleman_
  • “I hope I never get tired of the night sky, of thunderstorms, of watching cream make galaxies in my coffee. I hope I never grow to be someone who can no longer see the small beautiful things.” 📸 @thetastelessgentleman_
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  • There will be a few times in your life when all your instincts will tell you to do something, something that defies logic, upsets your plans, and may seem crazy to others. When that happens, you do it. Listen to your instincts and ignore everything else. Ignore logic, ignore the odds, ignore the complications, and just go for it.
  • There will be a few times in your life when all your instincts will tell you to do something, something that defies logic, upsets your plans, and may seem crazy to others. When that happens, you do it. Listen to your instincts and ignore everything else. Ignore logic, ignore the odds, ignore the complications, and just go for it.
  • 239 14 1 hour ago
  • dance with the waves, move with the sea, let the rhythm of the water set your soul free. ♡
  • dance with the waves, move with the sea, let the rhythm of the water set your soul free. ♡
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  • Today’s mood.
  • Today’s mood.
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  • 🇹🇭 GLUTEN FREE (ISH) THAILAND 🇹🇭 I’ve just got back from our trip to Phuket in Thailand.  We had a wonderful holiday, full of relaxation, amazing once in a life time experiences and fun 😃
Eating in Thailand however was a bit tricky, which I expected.  I tried to stick to “safe options” however even then I couldn’t be sure the meals were safe.  I ate a lot of Pad Thai, green curries, rice and chips 😂 
Thankfully our hotel was pretty understanding when it came to gluten free food and I was brought a plate of gluten free bread and muffins every morning at breakfast, however it was THE WORST gluten free bread I’ve ever had 🤢 it was so dense and salty and just bad! The muffins however were pretty tasty 😋 
Overall I’d suggest taking a very basic allergy card with you, which I forgot to do, and maybe do some research before you go to find out if there are any gluten friendly restaurants nearby.
  • 🇹🇭 GLUTEN FREE (ISH) THAILAND 🇹🇭 I’ve just got back from our trip to Phuket in Thailand. We had a wonderful holiday, full of relaxation, amazing once in a life time experiences and fun 😃
    Eating in Thailand however was a bit tricky, which I expected. I tried to stick to “safe options” however even then I couldn’t be sure the meals were safe. I ate a lot of Pad Thai, green curries, rice and chips 😂
    Thankfully our hotel was pretty understanding when it came to gluten free food and I was brought a plate of gluten free bread and muffins every morning at breakfast, however it was THE WORST gluten free bread I’ve ever had 🤢 it was so dense and salty and just bad! The muffins however were pretty tasty 😋
    Overall I’d suggest taking a very basic allergy card with you, which I forgot to do, and maybe do some research before you go to find out if there are any gluten friendly restaurants nearby.
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  • if you were expecting a dotty pun with this caption you’re spot on. #tb
  • if you were expecting a dotty pun with this caption you’re spot on. #tb
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  • Todo puede cambiar en cualquier momento ⏰
  • Todo puede cambiar en cualquier momento ⏰
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  • Car fire 🔥
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  • Ruby who?
  • Ruby who?
  • 16 3 17 October, 2019
  • There are some great parts about living in New Zealand... however people understanding this is definitely not one of them! When we travel overseas it really opens your eyes to the things NZ has to catch up on. For a country that was first to give woman the right to vote, to having a Prime Minister give birth while in office (not literally 😂), there are so many things we fall behind on. And I don’t mean just in legislation, laws and general accessibility but also in attitude and culture. There are very little support systems in place for people in NZ dealing with chronic pain and other invisible illnesses, it took me 7 years to get more then 5 hours psychological help funded, and it was only 10 sessions... I have been in near constant pain, for SEVEN YEARS as the result of an accident and I have had maybe 17 hours of psychology, that’s 2 hours a year. THEN you get dirty looks if you don’t stand for an older person in a waiting room, you get screamed at in car parks for LEGALLY parking in a disabled spot, using marijuana for chronic pain is still illegal. I love my life and I love where I live, but man, people that don’t deal with this sort of stuff could make such small changes, that could change the world for people dealing with this sort of stuff. Here’s one that everyone can do... Dont judge a book by its cover.
  • There are some great parts about living in New Zealand... however people understanding this is definitely not one of them! When we travel overseas it really opens your eyes to the things NZ has to catch up on. For a country that was first to give woman the right to vote, to having a Prime Minister give birth while in office (not literally 😂), there are so many things we fall behind on. And I don’t mean just in legislation, laws and general accessibility but also in attitude and culture. There are very little support systems in place for people in NZ dealing with chronic pain and other invisible illnesses, it took me 7 years to get more then 5 hours psychological help funded, and it was only 10 sessions... I have been in near constant pain, for SEVEN YEARS as the result of an accident and I have had maybe 17 hours of psychology, that’s 2 hours a year. THEN you get dirty looks if you don’t stand for an older person in a waiting room, you get screamed at in car parks for LEGALLY parking in a disabled spot, using marijuana for chronic pain is still illegal. I love my life and I love where I live, but man, people that don’t deal with this sort of stuff could make such small changes, that could change the world for people dealing with this sort of stuff. Here’s one that everyone can do... Dont judge a book by its cover.
  • 20 3 15 October, 2019
  • I need more middle fingers to adequately express myself.
  • I need more middle fingers to adequately express myself.
  • 22 2 12 October, 2019