I miss being candid in front of the Canadian wilderness with you chickadee @natalie_mulligan
3 hours ago
Hey peeps! We are going “off the grid” and taking a much needed break! We’ll be back during the first week of October
Do remember to come eat with us at the Dogtoberfest in North Haven, CT on October 6th from 12-3p. Food, fun and games put on by @the.animal.haven.ct
We look forward to feeding you!
3 hours ago
From their signature vegan doner 🌱 to the Daisho burger with fried eggplant and sushi rice to Chili cheese fries and their vegan ice cream - you won't leave this place dissatisfied (or hungry 😂) @attilahildmann_veganfood know how it's done! 🙌🏻
𝗪𝗵𝗶𝗰𝗵 𝗲𝗱𝗶𝘁 𝗱𝗼 𝘆𝗼𝘂 𝗹𝗶𝗸𝗲 𝗯𝗲𝘁𝘁𝗲𝗿? 𝟭 𝗼𝗿 𝟮?
I have been getting super into editing lately so I finally decided to purchase the Adobe Creative Cloud set for desktop to hopefully advance my skills. But I am also a huge believer that you can make perfectly great edits using mobile apps.
𝗛𝗲𝗿𝗲 𝗮𝗿𝗲 𝗺𝘆 𝘁𝗼𝗽 𝘁𝗵𝗿𝗲𝗲 𝗳𝗮𝘃𝗼𝘂𝗿𝗶𝘁𝗲 𝗺𝗼𝗯𝗶𝗹𝗲 𝗲𝗱𝗶𝘁𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗮𝗽𝗽𝘀:
The best of the best! It’s a very advanced app with tonsss of customization tools! Even the free version has a lot more customization tools than most other mobile apps (in my opinion).
Snapseed has so many cool features! This is my favourite app for removing unwanted objects from a shot or changing the exposure/saturation/etc. on only certain, small portions of the shot.
Despite how they market this app to change the features on your face it has a lot of cool tools that you can use in other ways. For example, the whitening tool is great for making your backgrounds brighter/pop!
P.S still can't believe this is how far away we started from the Hollywood sign on our hike!
2 days ago
Though I brought activated charcoal with us, this was the closest I was getting to authentic street food.
Our tour provided a hot lunch for us and it was buffet styled with community style seating.
Pickled veggies, lots of roasted root veggies (potatoes, carrots etc. I had some on my first plate) pasta, rice, and carbs alike (American delicacies) and tons of fresh corn and flour (what I got from someones Lita who was making them whilst sitting on a little crate) tortillas. I chose corn first, but I have a thing for warm pillowy bread, so in this picture is the flour ones and I wish I could’ve eaten 20 more! I ate as much carbs for glycogen storage (runner talk) because I had no idea what to expect as far as exertion in the heat. There was dessert too, but they either had dairy, gelatin or gave me travelers stomach bug heebee geebees. I got hearty servings of beans, but there was well seasoned (I haven’t lost my sense of smell y’all) chicken, beef, and pork chopped and shredded meats, so everybody was happily fed. I barely topped my tacos with the pepper sauce and picanté was not even the word! It was intense, but very flavorful (pepper, versus hot, sauce usually packs more flavor ans enhances, and not just salt and heat). They offered hibiscus and tamarind juice (and commercial soft drinks) and the woman to the left of me and I chose tamarind. I’m glad I stuffed my anxiety down my pockets a little and enjoyed the delicious food the locals prepared for us! (Y’all insta cousin took that video in true husband fashion).
If our perception of reality isn’t real.. then what is someone else’s?!? ... Don’t attach yourself to anyone else’s label or perception of you! Chances are it’s just as made up as your own. 🌴✨🌴✨ #reality#ego#wakeup
3 days ago
THE PONDERING WALL. What does responsible travel mean to you, and especially in the context of #Maine? I am looking for local contributions for a “Conscious Traveler Tips” page that I am developing for my website. My theme is #traveling like a #local and remember: I promote #vegan. I still haven't quite found the time or funds to advertise my website. I’m a 1-person show, work full time, and go to school. But there are many ways and paces we each reach our #goals and for now I am still enjoying developing my page until it meets my #mission (website in bio). As an advocate for #responsibletourism, I want to incorporate voices, other than my own, into these “Conscious Traveler Tips.” Portland, Maine - where I work and socialize - is a major travel destination. Locals I speak to experience our booming tourism with mixed feelings. Some residents love it, others resent it. I understand the pros and cons. I had to move 30 minutes outside of Portland because housing is largely unaffordable for people in my income bracket. Eating out has skyrocketed. Gentrification is happening. But that has less to do with tourists and more with city management (?). In terms of visitors, what are the behaviors and choices you wish travelers considered about local life, culture, and people? Please DM me. P.S.: The wall in the pic is at Willard Beach in South Portland! 🤓🙋♀️
3 days ago
what a morning.. 😍 stand up, get out of your camper & there you are.. in the middle of the sea 💙
3 days ago
There’s a place in Süd Tirol where you can totally relax without stressing about potentially harming any animal.. •
That’s because @lavimeabiotiquehotel is Italy’s first 100% vegan hotel! Not just the delicious food over there is completely organic, local and plant based, but any material used for their renovations is sustainable and cruelty free. 🍃🍎
And the Dolomites are only few kilometres away so we definitely recommend to plan a day trip over there too when staying at LaVimea! 🏔🌲
Thumbs up for more vegan accommodations around our beautiful planet 🌏 ❤️