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Instagram hashtags for milan, study, abroad, student, life

All hashtags are grouped on 30 from the most popular to the least popular.

Why all hashtags are grouped on 30?
  • 30 is the maximum number of hashtags that you can add at once in the description or in the comments to the post according to the rules of Instagram.
How to use 30 hashtags in one post?
  • 1st way: copy the group of 30 hashtags, insert them into the description of the post, save.
  • 2nd way: save the publication without hashtags, copy the group of 30 hashtags and insert them into the comment under your post.
When to publish hashtags? Is it possible to use always the same hashtags? - Important to know!
  • The hashtags must be added at the moment of publication in Instagram or immediately after it, because the hashtag's feed is chronological. An easier explanation: the sooner you add hashtags after the post's publication, the more persons see your post in the feed of hashtags selected.
  • Instagram doesn't like when you use the same hashtags from post to post. Even if the theme of your posts remains the same, you can always choose different hashtags, because there are various elements in the photo. For example, if all your photos represent nature, the hashtags shouldn’t be only "nature", but could be also " sunset", "flower", "sky", "spring" etc.
  • To get more likes, use more general hashtags. For example "cafe" instead of "Starbucks". The hashtags on more general topics are more popular in Instagram, they have more viewings of posts and more likes.
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Explanations

Method of calculating popularity and how to use it.
  • On Instagram the popularity of a particular hashtag is equal to the frequency of its use.
    The frequency of use is the number of posts on Instagram with a specific hashtag.
    It follows from this that the popularity of a set of hashtags is the total number of posts of all hashtags included in the set.
  • The more popular a hashtag set is, the more likes and followers you can get from it.
    At the same time, the more popular a set of hashtags, the faster you have to add it to the description of the post or comment to it, because the feed of hashtags is chronological and posts on more popular hashtags quickly replace each other at the top of the feed.
How to understand and use color codes (red, orange, yellow)?
  • Red - High popularity - More than 10,000,000.
  • Orange - Average popularity - More than 1,000,000 and less than 10,000,000.
  • Yellow - Low popularity - Less than 1,000,000.

Top publications

  • Life is either a great Adventure or Nothing.

    #1, @being_leader, 2018.01.31, ♥ 4291

  • Want to be here Follow for more travel photo!- Tag a friend that d love be here!

    #2, @locososo7, 2017.11.01, ♥ 1384

  • Splendid view

    #3, @dzastt.s, 2017.08.02, ♥ 1369

  • Guys I m in Italy

    #4, @eleni_yeros, 2018.01.27, ♥ 918

  • Hope everyone s having a great weekend! If you ve not already, be sure to Check out our Spring/Summer Collection Via the Link in our Bio www.owkayclothing.com

    #5, @owkayclothing, 2018.04.22, ♥ 880

  • Always Lost in graphic alleys.

    #6, @elora___danan, 2018.01.22, ♥ 709

  • Belgrade Autumn Dusk(Volume 2)

    #7, @elora___danan, 2018.01.10, ♥ 695

  • I still got the blue(s)

    #8, @elora___danan, 2017.12.21, ♥ 627

  • For the first time, scientists have shown through direct observations of the ozone hole by a satellite instrument, built by NASA s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, that levels of ozone-destroying chlorine are declining, resulting in less ozone depletion. Measurements show that the decline in chlorine, resulting from an international ban on chlorine-containing human-produce chemicals called chlorofluorocarbons(CFCs)(*), has resulted in about 20 percent less ozone depletion during the Antarctic winter than there was in 2005 the first year that measurements of chlorine and ozone during the Antarctic winter were made by NASA s Aura satellite.(*) CFCs are long-lived chemical compounds that eventually rise into the stratosphere, where they are broken apart by the Sun s ultraviolet radiation, releasing chlorine atoms that go on to destroy ozone molecules. Stratospheric ozone protects life on the planet by absorbing potentially harmful ultraviolet radiation that can cause skin cancer and cataracts, suppress immune systems and damage plant life. Read more: http:/www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5239139/Nasa-finds-direct-proof-ozone-recovery.html Article in Spanish: https:/www.telesurtv.net/news/Capa-de-Ozono-se-recupera-por-prohibicion-de-CFC-20180106-0017.html Dm me if you have got questions!:) Dm me as well if you read some pioneering news!

    #9, @pioneeringscience, 2018.01.06, ♥ 585

  • Cancer cells can be destroyed more effectively and selectively with a unique new reusable treatment, activated with a substance found in stinging nettles and ants. Led by Professor Peter J. Sadler from Warwick s Department of Chemistry, researchers have developed a new line of attack against cancer: an organic-osmium compound, which is triggered using a non-toxic dose of sodium formate, a natural product found in many organisms. Named JPC11, it targets a metabolic process which cancer cells rely on to survive and multiply. It does this by converting a key substance used by cancer cells to provide the energy they need for rapid division(pyruvate) into an unnatural lactate leading to the cells destruction. Uniquely, this chemo-catalyst treatment can be recycled and reused within a cancer cell to attack it repeatedly. This unprecedented functional ability to recycle and reuse the compound within cancer cells could lead to future anticancer drugs being administered in smaller, more effective doses. The treatment could lessen side-effects of chemotherapy and overcome increasing resistance of cancer cells to existing drugs. Read more: https:/www.nature.com/articles/nchem.2918 Dm me if you have got questions:)

    #10, @pioneeringscience, 2018.01.09, ♥ 547

  • Whatever floats your boat

    #11, @alwyzmillertime, 2017.11.07, ♥ 543

  • It s no secret that China s growth in the past few decades has been reflected in space. In addition to the country s growing economic power and international influence, it has also made some very impressive strides in terms of its space program. This includes the development of the Long March rocket family, the deployment of their first space station, and the Chinese Lunar Exploration Program(CLEP). Given all that, one would not be surprised to learn that China has some big plans for 2018. But as the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation(CASC) announced last Tuesday(on January 2nd, 2018), they intend to double the number of launches they conducted in 2017. In total, the CASC plans to mount over 40 launches, which will include the Long March 5 returning to flight, the Chang e 4 mission, and the deployment of multiple satellites. In 2017, China hoped to conduct around 30 launches, which would consist of the launch of a new Tianzhoui-1 cargo craft to the Tiangong-2 space lab and the deployment of the Chang e 5 lunar sample return mission. However, the latter mission was postponed after the Long March 5 rocket that would have carried it to space failed during launch. As such, the Chang e 5 mission is now expected to launch next year. Read more: http:/www.ecns.cn/m/2018/01-05/287064.shtml Dm me if you ve got any questions!:)

    #12, @pioneeringscience, 2018.01.11, ♥ 542

  • Travel worth the trip

    #13, @alwyzmillertime, 2017.11.19, ♥ 541

  • In 2012, the company Planterary Resources began exploring the ambitious idea of asteroid prospecting and mining. A key step is the deployment of the Arkyd-6 into orbit, a CubeSat that will begin testing key technologies. These include the mid-wave infrared(MWIR) sensor in order to detect water on Earth, as well as avionics, power systems, communications, attitude determination and control systems. Based on the findings from Arkyd-6, the company plans to launch a further spacecraft- the Arkyd-301. Using the same technology as the Arkyd-6(with some refinements), the spacecraft will be responsible for identifying sources of water on Near-Earth Asteroids(not on Earth). Then the company hopes to mount the Space Resource Exploration Mission by 2020, which will involve multiple spacecraft being deployed as part of a single rocket launch. These will be carried beyond Earth s orbit and will use low-thrust ion propulsion systems to travel to asteroids that have been prospected by Arkyd-301 previously. Once there, they will collect data and collect samples for analysis. By harnessing Near-Earth Objects(NEOs) for their water and minerals, the company hopes to substantially reduce the costs of space exploration.- Read more: https:/www.space.com/39363-planetary-resources-asteroid-mining-satellite-launches.html- Dm me if you have got any questions!

    #14, @pioneeringscience, 2018.01.18, ♥ 516

  • Findings on how differently sized nuclei respond to spin offer new insight into mechanisms affecting particle production in proton-ion collisions at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider(RHIC). Neutrons produced when a spinning proton collides with another proton come out with a slight rightward-skew preference. But when the spinning proton collides with a much larger gold nucleus, the neutrons directional preference becomes larger and switches to the left. The findings may mean that the mechanisms producing particles along the direction in which the spinning proton is traveling may be very different in proton-proton collisions compared with proton-nucleus collisions. Understanding different particle production mechanisms could have big implications for interpreting other high-energy particle collisions, including the interactions of ultra-high-energy cosmic rays with particles in the Earth s atmosphere, Bazilevsky said.- Read more: https:/www.technology.org/2018/01/09/surprising-result-shocks-scientists-studying-spin/ Dm me if you have got any questions:)

    #15, @pioneeringscience, 2018.01.12, ♥ 511

  • NASA s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, is preparing for its 2018 observing campaign, which will include observations of celestial magnetic fields, star-forming regions, comets, Saturn s giant moon Titan and more. This will be the fourth year of full operations for SOFIA, with observations planned between February 2018 and January 2019. Research flights will be conducted primarily from SOFIA s home base at NASA s Armstrong Flight Research Center. In June and July, SOFIA will return to Christchurch, New Zeland, to study objects that are best viewed from the Southern Hemisphere, including neighboring galaxies the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds.(*) SOFIA is a Boeing 747SP jetliner modified to carry a 100-inch diameter telescope. It is a joint project of NASA and the German Aerospace Center, DLR. NASA s Ames Research Center in California s Silicon Valley manages the SOFIA program, science and mission operations in cooperation with the Universities Space Research Association headquartered in Columbia, Maryland, and the German SOFIA Institute(DSI) at the University of Stuttgart. The aircraft is based at NASA s Armstrong Flight Research Center s Hangar 703, in Palmdale, California.

    #16, @pioneeringscience, 2018.01.01, ♥ 498

  • It is better in prayer to have a heart without words than words without a heart

    #17, @elora___danan, 2017.12.27, ♥ 498

  • Negative mass is matter whose mass is of opposite sign to the mass of normal matter, e.g.−2 kg. It is used in certain speculative theories, such as on the construction of wormholes. University of Rochester researchers have succeeded in creating particles with negative mass in an atomically thin semiconductor by causing it to interact with confined light in an optical microcavity. The semiconductor was placed in such a way that its interaction with the confined light resulted in small particles from the semiconductor called excitons combining with photons from the confined light to form polaritons. By causing an exciton to give up some of its identity to a photon to create a polariton, they end up with an object that has a negative mass associated with it. That s kind of a mind-bending thing to think about, because if you try to push or pull it, it will go in the opposite direction from what your intuition would tell you. This alone is interesting and exciting from a physics perspective but it also turns out the device they have created presents a way to generate laser light with an incrementally small amount of power.

    #18, @pioneeringscience, 2018.01.05, ♥ 495

  • A new study, published Jan. 10 in the journal Science Advances, provides the first comprehensive chemical exploration of organic matter and liquid water in salt crystal. This was found in Earth-impacting meteorites, which separately crashed to Earth in 1998 after circulating in our solar system s asteroid belt for billions of years. The detailed study of the chemical makeup from these meteorites, which included results from X-ray experiments at the Department of Energy s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, also found evidence for the pair s past intermingling and likely parents. These include Ceres, a brown dwarf planet that is the largest object in the asteroid belt, and the asteroid Hebe, a major source of meteorites that fall on Earth. This is really the first time they have found abundant organic matter also associated with liquid water that is really crucial to the origin of life and the origin of complex organic compounds in space. If life did exist in some form in the early solar system, the study notes that these salt crystal-containing meteorites raise the possibility of trapping life and/or biomolecules within their salt crystals!.(The rich deposits of organic remnants recovered from the meteorites don t provide any proof of life outside of Earth)- Read more: http:/www.nbc-2.com/story/37259236/ingredients-for-life-found-in-meteorites-that-crashed-to-earth- Dm me if you have got any questions:)

    #19, @pioneeringscience, 2018.01.14, ♥ 494

  • One species of peacock spider the rainbow peacock spider is particularly impressive, because it showcases an intense rainbow iridescent signal in males courtship displays to females. This is the first known instance in nature of males using an entire rainbow of colors to entice females to mate. But how do males make their rainbows The team investigated the spider s photonic structures using techniques that included light and electron microscopy, hyperspectral imaging, imaging scatterometry and optical modeling to generate hypotheses about how the spider s scale generate such intense rainbows. The team then used cutting-edge nano 3D printing to fabricate different prototypes to test and validate their hypotheses. In the end, they found that the intense rainbow iridescence emerged from specialized abdominal scales on the spiders. Inspiration from these super iridescent spider scales can be used to overcome current limitations in spectral manipulation, and to reduce the size of optical spectrometers for applications where fine-scale spectral resolution is required in a very small package, notably instruments on space missions, or wearable chemical detection systems.

    #20, @pioneeringscience, 2017.12.30, ♥ 475

  • Comment YES if you want to see more of this!- TAG a friend that d love this!

    #21, @locososo7, 2017.11.01, ♥ 469

  • ABROAD is out now for free to celebrate 5 magnificent years! The official anthem of Abroadfest by and feat. Liam Cloud. We have launched a remix contest. Get ready and celebrate with us. The winning track will be designated the status of official remix and the producer will win a trip to Abroadfest in Barcelona for the 2017 edition, including flights and accommodation. Good luck and let the music speak. More info: BIO LINK.

    #22, @voicessmusic, 2017.02.02, ♥ 465

  • When was the last time you marveled at the simple fact you are breathing, and your heart is beating

    #23, @edweezi, 2018.01.30, ♥ 451

  • Follow for more travel photo like this!- PC by

    #24, @locososo7, 2017.11.01, ♥ 450

  • The greatest self is a peaceful smile, that always sees the world smiling back Be happy for this moment. This moment is your life- Finally back at my workouts

    #25, @eduufly, 2018.01.22, ♥ 444

  • This is our second show in Europe!

    #26, @voicessmusic, 2017.02.23, ♥ 442

  • In the basement of the Engineering Center at CU Boulder, a group of researchers is working to create the next generation of robots. These robots are made from soft materials that react to applied voltage with a wide range of motions. Such soft robots contain potential for future applications as they adapt to dynamic environments and are well-suited to closely interact with humans. The soft devices can perform a variety of tasks, including grasping delicate objects, such as a raspberry and a raw egg, as well as lifting heavy objects. A central challenge in the field known as soft robotics is a lack of actuators or artificial muscles that can replicate the versatility and performance of the real thing. The Keplinger Research Group in the College of Engennering and Applied Science has developed a new class of soft, electrically activated devices capable of mimicking the expansion and contraction of natural muscles. These devices, which can be constructed from a wide range of low-cost materials, are able to self-sense their movements and self-heal from electrical damage, representing a major advance in soft robotics. The newly developed hydraulically amplified self-healing electrostatic(HASEL) actuators eschew the bulky, rigid pistons and motors of conventional robots for soft structures that exceed or match the strength, speed and efficiency of biological muscle. Their versatility may enable artificial muscles for human-like robots and a next generation of prosthetic limbs. Read more: http:/blogs.discovermagazine.com/d-brief/2018/01/05/robots-muscles/.Wk 7TpkumrE Article in Spanish(artículo en español): http:/www.efefuturo.com/noticia/musculos-artificiales-robots-humanos/. You can dm me if you have got any questions! I can answer in Spanish as well.:)

    #27, @pioneeringscience, 2018.01.06, ♥ 441

  • Happy face! Resident of a cozy place, prime location and city skyline view finally found a great apartment to stay for the next months, the best on a 5 minutes walking distance to the gym and the next supermercado

    #28, @dznnis, 2018.01.24, ♥ 434

  • Comment YES- if you want to be here!- Follow for more video like this!

    #29, @locososo7, 2017.11.02, ♥ 433

  • You don t stop laughing because you grow old. You grow old because you stop laughing. Of all the crazy Spanish fiestas that take place throughout the year there is nothing wilder than the Carnival celebrations in the late February. The Carnival in Cádiz is defined by its music and entertainment focuses on music, and during this time the streets are flooded with groups of troubadours in costume, singing and playing musical instruments. Most of the songs are satirical and aim at making fun of politicians, celebrities and well known figures within the community. E.g. I met Donald Trump having discussions with Putin about the latest mode trends while the Mad Hatter observed the ongoings with patience

    #30, @dznnis, 2018.02.20, ♥ 433

  • Hearing impairment is currently treated surgically by replacing the bones with tiny prostheses, which leads to failure in as many as 25 to 50 percent of cases. To address this, researchers from the University of Maryland Medical Centre had employed 3D printing technology to manufacture custom-fitted ear bones(the smallest bones in the human body). The authors hope to run experiments with animal models and human cadavers in the foreseeable future. The main difficulties will be designing bones based on actual patients and finding biocompatible materials to minimise the risk of rejection. 3D printing is probably going to become a standard of care whenever there s a need for a prosthesis, whether it be a joint or a middle ear. The standard of care will not be an off-the-shelf component, but a component that s custom designed for that specific patient.

    #31, @pioneeringscience, 2017.12.31, ♥ 420

  • Comment YES- if would ride this!- Follow for video like this!

    #32, @locososo7, 2017.11.02, ♥ 417

  • Wish you were beer

    #33, @alwyzmillertime, 2017.11.18, ♥ 408

  • Villaggio Luxury Apartments, Accra.

    #34, @ghana_pics, 2018.03.20, ♥ 405

  • A team of scientists has proposed an experiment it believes could answer a long-standing question: is gravity quantum Quantum mechanics is the theory that accounts for the behaviour of fundamental particles and basic microscopic systems. However, there is no empirical evidence to suggest that gravity which is currently only explained by classical physical laws might behave in a quantum manner. In the proposed experiment, two microscopic masses would be observed freefalling on adjacent paths a fraction of a millimetre apart. The masses are made to interact gravitationally with each other as they fall through a series of magnetic fields, in an environment free of any other influences. Any entanglement observed between the masses each of which will follow both paths simultaneously during its fall would confirm the quantum nature of gravity. If scientists can use an experiment like this to show without any ambiguity that gravity possesses a quantum nature, it would offer a thrilling challenge to the laws of physics and open up whole new avenues for physicists to explore.

    #35, @pioneeringscience, 2017.12.29, ♥ 386

  • Downtown Accra.

    #36, @ghana_pics, 2018.03.27, ♥ 381

  • This is a study of s beautiful photograph, u should check out his works they re amazing! And this lovely model in this inspiring photo is.

    #37, @hidden_garden, 2018.01.20, ♥ 333

  • Aerial view of Regimanuel estate, Spintex, Accra.

    #38, @ghana_pics, 2018.03.29, ♥ 328

  • All smiles in Manly Beach

    #39, @petertompopek, 2018.02.16, ♥ 320

  • My favorite place to grab while in Seoul, what a view- Itaewon, Seoul, South Korea.

    #40, @xohsosuper, 2018.08.15, ♥ 320

  • Newquay, Cornwall

    #41, @the__travel_bible, 2018.03.27, ♥ 294

  • When people think Oktoberfest they usually have the idea of a chilly German autumn, warm beer halls, thick socks, you get the point. BUT, every April/May, Munich throws another identical festival in the gorgeous springtime heat. Same delicious beer, same epic halls, same wild Stoke campsite, but this time, no shirts, green trees, and sunshine. Welcome to Springfest. ⠀

    #42, @stoketravel, 2018.01.25, ♥ 285

  • Confirmed: Kangaroo Jack is alive and well!

    #43, @petertompopek, 2018.02.21, ♥ 279

  • probably the easiest dinner to make with very few ingredients one egg, bacon, parmesan, spaghetti and ground pepper is all this carbonara needs I m moving out of my student house soon so I m trying to use up/buy ingredients I know I will use so this is the perfect dish to hit that criteria!

    #44, @ebfoodie, 2018.01.09, ♥ 278

  • This ceiling was dizzying to look at, perhaps because of it s vast size and beautiful popping colors!.

    #45, @xohsosuper, 2018.09.27, ♥ 275

  • How I got to Madrid: no apartment, arrived with a cold, no clue about the weather, motivated as hell to go crazy and learn Spanish and Salsa First Impression: Sick Hostel and some nights just spent partying, weather, still motivated to get up at 6 am and party until 7 am next Spanish real estate agency negotiator

    #46, @dznnis, 2018.01.20, ♥ 272

  • Spent the day hiking in the Blue Mountains and chasing waterfalls! If you ve ever wanted to see what the edge of the world looks like, here you go!

    #47, @petertompopek, 2018.02.14, ♥ 263

  • Your going to see me weather u want to. Or not

    #48, @shida_pope, 2018.01.28, ♥ 245

  • That strange time of the day.

    #49, @elora___danan, 2018.02.13, ♥ 243

  • My absolute favorite part of traveling within the US is every areas take on BBQ- Daddy Dz s BBQ Atlanta, Georgia.

    #50, @xohsosuper, 2018.10.03, ♥ 237

  • let s be adventurers

    #51, @theeetime, 2017.04.17, ♥ 234

  • a lot of people asked me for this post so here we go! I ve lived in Moscow for quite a long time now. Although, I missed Poland quite a bit I still really enjoyed living here. I went to a private school but I still learnt russian, so this post won t focus much on my school, just my experiences in Moscow. The metro is amazing! I use it all the time it s really safe, clean and fast! Recently they introduced trains with usb charging spots, and they re a lot more quiet as well! It s relatively cheap(especially if you buy yourself a Troika card which you can use on all public transport!) There are sooo many restaurants here! And the price range differs from place to place but I love this russian fast-food place called „Teremok that makes the most scrumptious blini(russian pancakes) definitely worth a try! Also, in almost every restaurant(no matter what type of cuisine they serve) they probably serve sushi as well I find it quite odd, but I suppose people just really like sushi here There are so many parks! Most of them host free lessons or activities, and hold an ice rink during the winter. They re all well-kept and renovated every year so no matter which one you go to, you will have a lot of fun as there is always something to do in all of the parks Traffic is terrible! Especially on Fridays when everyone leaves town to go their Dacha(a summer house)- which is why the metro is the best way to commute! Usually, there are always tourists, but usually you don t bump into them that often. However, ever since the World Cup started. oh dear there are so many tourists and they all gather in the streets to sing and dance, which makes the atmosphere quite lovely. The only negative part of this situation is that we cannot visit any attractions at this moment, as all of them are crowded. Many people think russians are rude- but that is not true! They just don t believe smiling is appropriate, so they keep a neutral expression most of the time. They re actually really kind and will help you if you are lost or need some help Moscow is a very safe city to live in! The police patrols the streets and there are(continued in the comments)

    #52, @study.lavender, 2018.07.06, ♥ 228

  • I m down here trying to get to P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney. Can anyone help me

    #53, @petertompopek, 2018.02.13, ♥ 225

  • Beats Waffle House any day

    #54, @alwyzmillertime, 2017.11.19, ♥ 223

  • Bonjour guys Posting some more pics of the incredible moment I had in restaurant, located close to the beautiful city of Lyon. Everything was just so perfect, the food, the service, the atmosphere- still feeling the presence of Paul Bocuse in the restaurant. With 3 Michelin stars for the last 60 years and such history I felt definitely in the right place! The French gastronomy is still alive with its techniques, use of the best products, hospitality, conviviality and tasteful dishes. As a French Chef living in Poland, and after yesterday s experience I feel even more confident and motivated to promote French gastronomy abroad.

    #55, @davidgaboriaud, 2018.03.29, ♥ 216

  • Central Park

    #56, @lukashosemann, 2017.02.13, ♥ 210

  • Getting Bella all comfy at the hotel before we set off to explore this pretty little place

    #57, @crysfitzgerald, 2018.02.26, ♥ 210

  • I showed some images from the work I ve been doing here in Tokyo surrounding identity. I recognize the Sensitivities that I bring to my work. Growing up as an only child with a single mother we moved ALOT. I was always the new kid in school. I was also one of the few if not only Black kids. Because my mom was working I had to go to my friends house after school. In elementary I remember going to my friend Grace s house, who s Korean she taught me How to eat with chopsticks. I also remember Things like being the only black kid in Choir in a school in Glendale with all Armenians, singing Jingle Bells in Armenian. My own experiences I m sure, contribute To me thinking about this notion of a monolithic black experience after talking To women like Choom and Ebony and reflecting on my own upbringing it leads Me to think a lot about the inclusivity of even our stories within our own community. And this sort of hierarchy of the authenticity of blackness. How do we preserve culture while embracing individuality And given Our differences in the diaspora how do we transcend the politics of our tribe and experience the inextricable Connections that exists between us

    #58, @aussieb, 2018.02.25, ♥ 204

  • Amazing afternoon visiting waterfalls in the south of Laos. Do you like this one

    #59, @lover_discovering, 2018.06.25, ♥ 199

  • Be happy in the moment, that s enough. Each moment is all we need, not more.

    #60, @katiekrzyminska, 2018.09.22, ♥ 199

  • I can be whatever I want. I am already paid for. My ancestors have already paid for me.

    #61, @aussieb, 2018.02.04, ♥ 196

  • My Nan and even my mom was the first black woman to do so many things. We re a family of firsts. That s why it s never occurred to me that I can t do something. It s never occurred to me to hold back. Cause we just do it.-Choom

    #62, @aussieb, 2018.02.17, ♥ 192

  • Excuse me while I kiss the sky miss you!

    #63, @nadjacamille, 2017.08.23, ♥ 192

  • Here you go! long over due I know is racist

    #64, @nikkii_nikkii_nikkii_, 2018.01.28, ♥ 188

  • When you reach that light at the end of the tunnel, and you know everything will be alright

    #65, @mrluxurytravel, 2018.02.13, ♥ 187

  • With such beautiful blue skies you d think it was warm but we actually froze our butts off

    #66, @crysfitzgerald, 2018.02.28, ♥ 185

  • Alone on Halong Bay.

    #67, @lover_discovering, 2018.04.05, ♥ 185

  • Had such an amazing time in London! This city is on a whole other level and I would move here in a heartbeat. Honestly one of my most favorite places in the world, I was inspired creatively, had amazing food and the people here are jewels. Until next time

    #68, @dezell_lathon, 2018.03.01, ♥ 184

  • Happy

    #69, @andreyhaseraphin, 2018.01.06, ♥ 177

  • Caught pre I hope you all have been entertained

    #70, @aussieb, 2018.02.20, ♥ 174

  • Hagiang s loop.

    #71, @lover_discovering, 2018.05.09, ♥ 174

  • It may be those who do most, dream most. 33-4

    #72, @sam.oliverrr, 2018.02.10, ♥ 167

  • Best memories from 5 months spent abroad will be with these special girls. Grateful for the moments I got to live with them, among others.

    #73, @datsara, 2017.12.26, ♥ 167

  • Into the Teide National Park, I felt like in the USA. As a matter of fact, this awesome destination is my futur big project. I m so exited to tell you more about this. What is your dream destination

    #74, @thehdnplaces, 2018.03.31, ♥ 167

  • Stepping foot on the Great Wall of China was one of my most unforgettable experiences! Did you ever wonder where it ends and starts If you stop by Beijing you can take a 2-3 hour train ride to The Old Dragon s Head where the great wall meets the sea.

    #75, @something.abroad, 2018.04.24, ♥ 166

  • Apparently I m good at packing up, moving to random places and making it work. Here s to a year of living abroad with no regrets!.

    #76, @mouse_baus_abroad, 2018.07.30, ♥ 162

  • Enjoy the beautiful view of a fishing village in halong bay.

    #77, @lover_discovering, 2018.03.30, ♥ 155

  • New picture guys! I hope you like it! Photographer: Nabiha Lecoq

    #78, @hugotruchonbartes, 2018.02.19, ♥ 152

  • I m a cowboy- on a steel horse ride

    #79, @waiselnut, 2018.07.26, ♥ 152

  • On cold snowy days like this, I daydream of warmer weather and tropical destinations! Take me back to Fiji NOW!. hot

    #80, @shawnyd2002, 2018.01.05, ♥ 148

  • loves long walks on the beach and shots of tequila! Tulum

    #81, @jillianmodelpixie, 2017.12.22, ♥ 147

  • It was so f hot

    #82, @waiselnut, 2018.09.09, ♥ 147

  • Reminiscing on my time in Amsterdam with and

    #83, @nadjacamille, 2017.08.25, ♥ 144

  • - Alienware-

    #84, @modern3089, 2018.01.20, ♥ 141

  • What would you do Pivters if failing wasn t an option.

    #85, @pivtapp, 2018.01.18, ♥ 141

  • Japan 2017

    #86, @andreyhaseraphin, 2018.01.02, ♥ 141

  • Not only have I been paid for, but I am being guided and assisted even, in doing what my ancestors were unable to do.

    #87, @aussieb, 2018.02.04, ♥ 138

  • Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction, ends up being the biggest step of your life. Let us help.

    #88, @pivtapp, 2018.01.23, ♥ 136

  • Envy looks great on you

    #89, @dezell_lathon, 2018.04.03, ♥ 135

  • climb a mountain in a bikini

    #90, @jjoandrea, 2018.04.01, ♥ 132

  • Exploring cat ba viewpoint.

    #91, @lover_discovering, 2018.03.24, ♥ 132

  • I can t wait to go back to Japan some day.

    #92, @andreyhaseraphin, 2018.01.10, ♥ 130

  • Model: Hugo Truchon-Bartes Photographer:

    #93, @hugotruchonbartes, 2018.02.22, ♥ 130

  • Alone, just a moment ☼

    #94, @thehdnplaces, 2018.04.02, ♥ 128

  • I found a girl a little crazy, that s been few months she is almost living with me now. Love you Belgian Girl

    #95, @navasah, 2017.12.12, ♥ 126

  • OUR SELVES: Portraits On Identity:. What I appreciate is that this reflects something that is in our daily lives as black women. It s one of those nuanced moments in our rituals, That if it were not for the transparency Of the Internet, an outsider would not typically see. Generally not acknowledged As something that is beautiful but rather embraced by necessity. I do not take for granted spaces such as this That I am allowed into because I am a Black woman.

    #96, @aussieb, 2018.02.25, ♥ 125

  • Happy Valentine s Day!

    #97, @hugotruchonbartes, 2018.02.14, ♥ 124

  • High School Program 2017-2018

    #98, @navasah, 2017.11.27, ♥ 122

  • Walk on the sand barefoot is one of my favorite activity in holiday And you, say me what s your favorite activity in holiday

    #99, @thehdnplaces, 2018.03.30, ♥ 122

  • lighting appreciation

    #100, @jjoandrea, 2018.02.12, ♥ 122

  • One Last Time

    #101, @wallooda, 2018.06.07, ♥ 122

  • EN After our road trip in Tenerife, the cliffs of Los Gigantes are finally available to us. FR Après une grosse journée de road trip à Tenerife, les falaises de Los Gigantes s offrent enfin à nous.

    #102, @thehdnplaces, 2018.04.07, ♥ 119

  • Authentic sunset behind palms trees ☼

    #103, @thehdnplaces, 2018.04.10, ♥ 117

  • domingo

    #104, @jjoandrea, 2018.04.02, ♥ 114

  • Wanderlust Wednesday wisdom from. Instead of thinking how things may be, see them for yourself. Be open. Be uncomfortable. Say Yes to the unfamiliar. Meet different people and hear different stories. Have new experiences. Before it s too late, start exploring and see as much of the world as you can.

    #105, @pivtapp, 2018.01.25, ♥ 113

  • sand. sea. sunset. by

    #106, @jillianmodelpixie, 2017.12.20, ♥ 112

  • With hundreds of thousands of liters of delicious German beer available, and an all you can drink option for only 10 a day; Springfest is the perfect place to practice that long pour and impress the hot german lass you ve been eyeing all night. ⠀

    #107, @stoketravel, 2018.02.05, ♥ 111

  • Happy Birthday to my bb!*pictured here defeating a seamonster It s so like you to approach everything you do with enthusiasm and brute force! Looovvvee yooouuu!

    #108, @jillianmodelpixie, 2018.02.22, ♥ 106

  • my january in paris

    #109, @jjoandrea, 2018.02.19, ♥ 106

  • uh-oh OREO waffles

    #110, @bad_and_foodiee, 2018.05.30, ♥ 106

  • Check out Pivt user rice planting in Tetebatu. In true Pivt fashion, making friends while on the move.

    #111, @pivtapp, 2018.02.01, ♥ 105

  • T O W E R B R I D G E Planning a trip to london Check out my new blog on the best tea rooms in the city!

    #112, @international.introvert, 2018.02.04, ♥ 105

  • do you açaí what I see

    #113, @bad_and_foodiee, 2018.06.05, ♥ 105

  • Happy Australia Day to our Pivt ers down under!. Bonus: Can you name all of the layers of the cake.

    #114, @pivtapp, 2018.01.26, ♥ 104

  • Do not underestimate my determination to succeed.

    #115, @navasah, 2017.12.19, ♥ 103

  • I Love Porto

    #116, @de.bra.89, 2018.02.22, ♥ 102

  • 3⃣ of the best cheerleaders ever

    #117, @navasah, 2017.12.22, ♥ 102

  • Taking pictures for the yearbook

    #118, @navasah, 2017.11.29, ♥ 102

  • Finding cute settings like this when travelling has to be one of my favorite things. And oh my. these bougainvilleas were so beautiful I couldn t resist taking pictures.

    #119, @heyitsfrancia, 2018.07.28, ♥ 102

  • ALBUM Perhaps I am afraid of losing Venice all at once

    #120, @wallooda, 2018.05.19, ♥ 102

  • Replace the fear of the unknown with curiosity.

    #121, @pivtapp, 2018.01.29, ♥ 100

  • G E T O U T T H E R E As an introvert, I ve always been better at expressing myself through words on paper than verbal communication. I m prone to listening and letting others steer the conversation. I realized early on in my travels, I was doing something similar. I was allowing my travel companions to steer the itinerary, withholding my opinions to keep others happy. At one point, I realized I was letting my own happiness slip through my fingers by letting others dictate where and when we traveled. We all have this one life and nothing should keep you from living it to the fullest. You deserve to be happy. We all do. Thank you for taking the time to read this and for joining me on my journey

    #122, @international.introvert, 2018.02.05, ♥ 100

  • Relax and drinking wine!

    #123, @de.bra.89, 2018.01.24, ♥ 100

  • A year ago today I woke up with this view. I still think a lot of the wonderful time I had. So to all people: If you get the chance to study abroad for a year. DO IT. I honestly think it ll be the best time of your life. I know my time in Lillehammer was

    #124, @mibouma, 2018.01.14, ♥ 100

  • My beautiful island of Puerto Rico is still struggling to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Maria. This photo of me was taken at the Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park which suffered major loss. On this Earth Day 2018 let s help plant trees in Puerto Rico.

    #125, @something.abroad, 2018.04.22, ♥ 100

  • Amazing city. Amazing people. Amazing experience. Windy City

    #126, @navasah, 2017.12.14, ♥ 99

  • Exams time 3

    #127, @rafaljenner, 2017.06.05, ♥ 97

  • How about a stroll down this beautiful corridor The Long Corridor of the Summer Palace was built in 1750 by the Qianlong Emperor to protect his mother from nature s elements as she strolled the gardens of the palace.

    #128, @something.abroad, 2018.04.24, ♥ 97

  • Where is my Throne

    #129, @wallooda, 2018.07.23, ♥ 97

  • Goodbye.

    #130, @_rales_, 2018.05.14, ♥ 93

  • Unboxing some new swag for our trip- is heading to Lisbon! You could win one of these tees- stay tuned.

    #131, @touchnote, 2018.06.21, ♥ 93

  • Around 60 kilometers today to reach the city of Kabelvag. Tomorrow I will end in the surroundings of Valberg. As you can see the colors in the Lofoten Islands are wonderful with beautiful lights and landscapes.

    #132, @niels.adventure, 2018.08.02, ♥ 92

  • My Summer Retreat an Imperial Garden

    #133, @wallooda, 2018.07.25, ♥ 91

  • EN Sunday, we went in Lyon in parc de la tête d or. We escaped for a day. I can t wait to go explore the world again. FR Dimanche, nous sommes allés à Lyon au Parc de la tête d or. Nous avons profité de cette petite virée pour nous échapper le temps d une journée. J ai hâte de repartir à nouveau Explorer le monde.

    #134, @thehdnplaces, 2018.04.09, ♥ 90

  • Incredible view of Valencia from the Torre del Micalet.

    #135, @heyitsfrancia, 2018.07.23, ♥ 90

  • Architecture x Mother Nature

    #136, @wallooda, 2018.07.27, ♥ 89

  • This Temple lives up to its name

    #137, @wallooda, 2018.07.20, ♥ 89

  • My Body is a Temple

    #138, @wallooda, 2018.05.30, ♥ 89

  • I smile you smile!.

    #139, @rebekka_clara, 2018.02.05, ♥ 88

  • Here s a Lee Jong-Suk study that i did last sunday. And i also don t think that i was able to capture its facial structure but im still happy with the result even though it s not that good. Btw, this is not the jong-suk sketch that i did last week. I decided to make a better(-ish) one*

    #140, @andrew_mari, 2018.02.07, ♥ 87

  • Rome is the city of echoes, the city of illusions, and the city of yearning.- Giotto di Bondone

    #141, @wallooda, 2018.05.17, ♥ 87

  • with choom

    #142, @aussieb, 2018.02.20, ♥ 86

  • Never did the world make a queen of a girl who hides in houses and dreams without traveling. Roman Payne GO SEE!

    #143, @maksymiuczka, 2018.03.24, ♥ 86

  • Happy Girl. ⚘ ⚘

    #144, @nkotowska, 2018.08.27, ♥ 86

  • the strenght and flexibility of palm tress is scared inspiration to flow beautifully through it all and still remain gracefully standing

    #145, @katiekrzyminska, 2018.10.17, ♥ 85

  • D R E A M I M G Growing up in small town America, Paris was the one city I always dreamed of visiting but never thought I d be able to. Two years ago, after a lot of hard work and perseverance, I made that dream a reality. Dreams keep you motivated when you think you ve reached your limit. Never stop dreaming

    #146, @international.introvert, 2018.02.07, ♥ 84

  • Success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty and persistence!- Colin Powell First step in trading-.

    #147, @sebastian_dailytrading, 2018.01.22, ♥ 83

  • M O O D Y You don t always get sunny weather while traveling. Be open minded and don t let it ruin your trip! Find something indoors to do, or if you re brave, venture into the unknown and enjoy the lack of crowds. It s all about your mindset

    #148, @international.introvert, 2018.02.06, ♥ 83

  • W A N D E R Don t forget to break away from the tourist crowds to truly experience a city!

    #149, @international.introvert, 2018.02.05, ♥ 83

  • Another day

    #150, @margo_drn_, 2018.04.01, ♥ 83

  • Shine Bright like a Yellow VW Bus. business

    #151, @bjoernandraised, 2017.10.02, ♥ 83

  • B R U G E S The Venice of the North(or one of them). A charming city with a rich history, Bruges is the perfect day trip from Brussels. The Introvert s Guide to Bruges is officially up! Check it out for recommendations on museums, churches, restaurants, and more. Link in bio

    #152, @international.introvert, 2018.02.09, ♥ 82

  • Ribeira- Fiume Douro

    #153, @de.bra.89, 2018.02.02, ♥ 82

  • with Choom

    #154, @aussieb, 2018.02.20, ♥ 81

  • Religious structure in Kutná Hora St Barbara s church.

    #155, @reg_ishereee_, 2018.03.30, ♥ 81

  • It s impossible to document every moment. If only we could remember more than just 10 of what we read, 20 of what we hear, 30 of what we see and hear, 70 of what we say and write,& 90 of what we say as we do. Needless to say, I am 100 grateful for life changing experiences such as this. Being out of my comfort zone and away from home placed me in to spaces and places to grow. It s extremely humbling. You can always learn more-about yourself, about the world, and about others. Thank you God for this opportunity, thank you NYU, and thank you London. I ve added 3 countries to my passport, along with experiences, perspectives and knowledge that will last a lifetime. I am walking in and on purpose.

    #156, @meekaleek_, 2018.01.19, ♥ 80

  • .and in one year there will be one wedding. mine!

    #157, @damianatricomi, 2018.06.22, ♥ 80

  • .:OUR SELVES: Portraits On Identity

    #158, @aussieb, 2018.02.25, ♥ 79

  • Memories from beautiful Israel in love with this place, wanna come back

    #159, @sylwia.812, 2018.03.07, ♥ 79

  • Quick shoutout to Bar Popularny for taking care of myself and the other Americans, they serve some really amazing food and helped all of us settle into the culture of Poland. Thank ya*

    #160, @_saleski_, 2018.06.30, ♥ 79

  • Portugal Oporto Street

    #161, @de.bra.89, 2018.01.23, ♥ 78

  • Chilling at the great wall of China.- by: Tag.explore to be featured! Bio link has all the hidden gems and best sites to visit in City on an offline map.-

    #162, @studyabroad.explore, 2018.10.24, ♥ 77

  • M E D I E V A L Bruges is like Venice s medieval twin. The combination of gothic architecture and historic canals makes for an interesting aesthetic! Check out my latest blog post on things to see and do in Bruges

    #163, @international.introvert, 2018.02.09, ♥ 76

  • Another day on the road to reach the Lofoten Islands. Another wonderful day with so many discoveries. Sunny enough this morning to take pictures but rainy and windy all the afternoon. The night seems to be windy but I will enjoy the midnight sun and maybe try to do some pics! Everything goes well and I still have less than 250 kilometers to reach the final destination!.

    #164, @niels.adventure, 2018.08.01, ♥ 76

  • Over every mountain there is a path, although it may not be seen from the valley.

    #165, @mydutch, 2017.12.11, ♥ 75

  • Like a dream

    #166, @de.bra.89, 2018.01.30, ♥ 74

  • Never look back unless you are planning to go that way!

    #167, @rene.hx, 2018.04.08, ♥ 74

  • .:Any form of expression, be it the way someone presents him or herself or their ideologies, once expressed should not be subject to influences that attempt to limit that expression.

    #168, @aussieb, 2018.02.20, ♥ 73

  • EN It hurts me to see her in such a small cage for hours, instead of seeing her makes happy in her natural habitat. I am delighted to know that the Lyon zoo participates in the reproduction of the species it hosts FR Ca me fait mal de la voir dans une si petite cage pendant des heures, au lieu de la voir heureuse dans son habitat naturel. Je suis ravie de savoir que le zoo de Lyon participe à la reproduction des espèces qu il héberge.

    #169, @thehdnplaces, 2018.04.11, ♥ 72

  • Being on top!- by: Tag.explore to be featured! Bio link has all the hidden gems and best sites to visit in City on an offline map.-

    #170, @studyabroad.explore, 2018.10.25, ♥ 71

  • Well China it was great! Glad to be back in U.S. soil. Excited to have some time home to get the studio all set up!.

    #171, @buberty, 2017.12.10, ♥ 69

  • Crazy hair, crazy eyebrows, not much makeup. It s called natural look yea oh dear.

    #172, @nkotowska, 2018.09.23, ♥ 67

  • Enjoying the view.- by: Tag.explore to be featured! Bio link has all the hidden gems and best sites to visit in City on an offline map.-

    #173, @studyabroad.explore, 2018.10.27, ♥ 67

  • You don t have to float alone. With Pivt, find people who love pizza and pool parties as much as you do. Introducing coming soon!.

    #174, @pivtapp, 2018.02.08, ♥ 66

  • Ischia 2016 such day as today.

    #175, @pranksandlife, 2018.05.26, ♥ 66

  • You see that which you place your attention on. This doesn t mean difficulties aren t a part of everyday life but with practice, they can begin to transform into opportunities instead of burdens. Merry Xmas, y all 3

    #176, @jamestawil, 2017.12.25, ♥ 65

  • and I at the beach on Ilha Grande, December 2016. Pretty much got this amazing beach to ourselves! Visiting her in Brazil after 3 months apart.

    #177, @abroad.rob, 2018.04.15, ♥ 65

  • Weekend mood:.

    #178, @rebekka_clara, 2018.02.03, ♥ 64

  • Do I really look like a guy with a plan

    #179, @hzffor, 2018.01.18, ♥ 64

  • We made it! It was a fantastic in at the. I really have to thank all the guys and professors who made this possible. Thank you also to the.it for the chance! to be back one day.

    #180, @anto_innocenzi, 2018.05.11, ♥ 64

  • The only thing we regret more than not taking a chance is getting the chance and not making the most of it. That s why there s Pivt(New version just around the corner!) Wherever opportunity takes you.

    #181, @pivtapp, 2018.02.09, ♥ 63

  • S U N S E T S No matter where you re at in the world, a sunset is always a beautiful thing to see

    #182, @international.introvert, 2018.02.08, ♥ 63

  • Travel buddies in Barcelona w/.piazza and by

    #183, @louisonlam, 2018.01.04, ♥ 62

  • Sometimes I miss my Monster.

    #184, @pranksandlife, 2018.05.25, ♥ 62

  • First Sunset. First gift from the island. Ibiza. discover&

    #185, @vir9in, 2018.09.14, ♥ 62

  • -best one yet. Apple series 3

    #186, @bestech902, 2018.01.29, ♥ 61

  • Travelling for work has never been this good!

    #187, @george_nat, 2018.03.11, ♥ 61

  • Such a huge lake.- by: Tag.explore to be featured! Bio link has all the hidden gems and best sites to visit in City on an offline map.-

    #188, @studyabroad.explore, 2018.10.26, ♥ 61

  • With our phillipino family my heart is now totally full of love and happiness Měli jsme to štěstí stát se součástí tradiční filipinské svatby a sdílet s nimi pár dní život v jejich domě. Získali jsme nejen nové přátele, ale hlavně novou rodinu. Slovy nedokážu vyjádřit o jak úžasný zážitek se jednalo a jak šťastná jsem, že jsem je mohla poznat a být toho součástí.

    #189, @nomadadelka, 2018.03.17, ♥ 60

  • Happy Holi India! Hope this year is full of joy to all my Mumbaikars and AIESECers there and around the world.

    #190, @bernamoreno, 2018.03.02, ♥ 60

  • Am I stargazing. No, you don t! It s daylight bro! Still coming by from yesterday! dropped yesterday at his epic set for the whole night!.

    #191, @stevejeraynodj, 2018.03.31, ♥ 60

  • Thank you Budapest!.

    #192, @nikkysorbone, 2018.02.11, ♥ 59

  • Sevilla! Less than a month.

    #193, @pranksandlife, 2018.05.23, ♥ 59

  • Such an iconic hug.- by: Tag.explore to be featured! Bio link has all the hidden gems and best sites to visit in City on an offline map.-

    #194, @studyabroad.explore, 2018.10.27, ♥ 59

  • This week follow me to one of my fave places in asia for many more reasons than just the delicious food. What are your thoughts on Vietnam

    #195, @dtbtravels, 2018.04.08, ♥ 58

  • We are officially global and I don t even have a website yet. First international order shipped out today. Beyond amazed, humbled, blessed and to think, it s just the beginning.

    #196, @leecat1, 2018.02.14, ♥ 57

  • Throwback Thursday to lovely Sweden-

    #197, @rjhommersen, 2018.03.15, ♥ 57

  • I got done sketching Nadja s family members: her mom, her two brothers and her dad. Plus some extra info about them-

    #198, @trainer.grey, 2018.02.10, ♥ 56

  • A R C H I T E C T U R E When the buildings are so pretty you stop and stare

    #199, @international.introvert, 2018.02.12, ♥ 56

  • L O O K U P Change your perspective and see something beautiful

    #200, @international.introvert, 2018.02.10, ♥ 56

  • Jan between pineapples.

    #201, @nomadadelka, 2018.03.25, ♥ 56

  • Our new home for next few weeks View from living room.

    #202, @nomadadelka, 2018.02.28, ♥ 56

  • It s really hard to lift up your camera and take a bad picture in Amsterdam

    #203, @zarina.kutanova, 2018.04.18, ♥ 56

  • Keep your mind clean and

    #204, @zarina.kutanova, 2018.04.17, ♥ 56

  • Would you go down this slide Tag someone who would scream COMMENT ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

    #205, @extranjerostore, 2018.07.12, ♥ 56

  • P E A C E A N D L O V E We re all human. Treat each other with respect and kindness. Love trumps hate

    #206, @international.introvert, 2018.02.11, ♥ 55

  • If you can dream it, you can do it- Walt Disney

    #207, @lea_navarr0, 2018.03.17, ♥ 54

  • If you re ever in LOS ANGELES the is an ABSOLUTE must.molly.graham you call it we call it our future plans are to spend a year in so we can art history at the Getty Museum

    #208, @globalgrahams, 2018.01.25, ♥ 53

  • O N W A R D Once you pick a path, don t look back! Whether that s your next travel destination, a new hobby, or a major career change, stick to the decisions you make and you ll be a lot happier in life. Trust your gut and believe in yourself. It s amazing what you can do when you put the what-ifs behind you and focus on the NOW

    #209, @international.introvert, 2018.02.13, ♥ 52

  • Marty Marty

    #210, @louisonlam, 2018.01.04, ♥ 52

  • Typical Hungary local food!.

    #211, @reg_ishereee_, 2018.03.20, ♥ 52

  • Less is more.(more or less)

    #212, @zuza_pitsmausova, 2017.02.11, ♥ 51

  • Headed back to Texas today! Happy to see my pups, but sad about going back to the Texas heat. Europe was a whole lot of fun, and I m glad I got a few extra weeks to wear these gems. time to put them in the closet and wait for the weather to get below 80 again. Denim:. Jacket:. Shoes:. Beanie:

    #213, @rileyhardin, 2018.03.19, ♥ 51

  • Wouldn t you just love to hang out here as well Who s joining me! I m constantly dreaming of travels and bucket list places to go to. Don t have a travel slot soon, but I m planning to go abroad in summer. A travelholic pur sang What is your most beautiful travel of all times Share below sweethearts Kisses; anNa. Photograph from pinterest.

    #214, @anna__wilde, 2018.04.14, ♥ 51

  • Happy blue Monday.

    #215, @nomadadelka, 2018.03.26, ♥ 50

  • How to verify if you are really happy. when you re passing all the time the same road

    #216, @nlatinblood, 2018.03.17, ♥ 50

  • Any given sunday in Gran Canaria.

    #217, @pranksandlife, 2018.06.03, ♥ 49

  • Did you hear is off to Lisbon! Find out why in this vid from our UK MD Dan, and stay tuned to our stories to see what we get up to.

    #218, @touchnote, 2018.06.23, ♥ 48

  • Some of the best people ever.

    #219, @george_nat, 2017.07.29, ♥ 47

  • Took Froim and William to Libourne for and safe to say they loved it,

    #220, @ku_layrosas, 2018.08.05, ♥ 47

  • full moon over Fullerton. love Singapore and its vibes.art

    #221, @nathaliewillems, 2018.03.30, ♥ 45

  • Rooftops make me look like richer

    #222, @luca_slevin, 2018.06.09, ♥ 45

  • Sunday afternoon it s mean coffee time, newspaper and rest

    #223, @patrycjaa.bielecka, 2018.02.18, ♥ 44

  • Love doesn t fall from the sky yet we throw ourselves into the air(we get laid).

    #224, @ku_layrosas, 2018.08.02, ♥ 44

  • Kung fu italia

    #225, @polskimarek, 2018.06.06, ♥ 44

  • Missing Italy already

    #226, @paultquinn, 2017.08.26, ♥ 43

  • In case you missed my live feeds from Saturday: check out my first time doing in Which song is your favourite.

    #227, @sonnietravels, 2018.03.14, ♥ 43

  • Resolution for 2018, more spontaneous travel

    #228, @thetumblintraveler, 2018.01.02, ♥ 41

  • - Chileense- Credits to

    #229, @outdoortravel_hq, 2018.03.29, ♥ 41

  • The future flying dutchlads.

    #230, @nichephoros, 2018.06.09, ♥ 41

  • The best Saturday weather I could imagine

    #231, @an_wska, 2018.02.17, ♥ 40

  • Tag 3 friends who would love this. Shop now link on the bio Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.- Our Scratch Off Map will help you to discover new beautifull countries and to scratch your memories

    #232, @extranjerostore, 2018.07.11, ♥ 40

  • We also do destination weddings abroad! Get in touch if you are looking to book videographers to capture every moment of your special wedding in the sun!

    #233, @digitalballoon, 2017.12.18, ♥ 39

  • Recently I saw that my Instagram isn t really a thing I mean, it doesn t work as I thought it would. Why Because I m usually posting photos days, weeks or even months after taking them! Sometimes I feel some type of guilt, as Instagram should be about current moments, my style of life and should give information or clues where you can find me(is it that one restaurant in my home town or somewhere by the sea). But apparently I m seeking more and more of living that and then(during those times I m taking photos) than posting it right away. Maybe because I don t wanna(somehow) waste time, being on my phone and typing all of that, preparing photo with filters etc, or maybe it s just because posting them after a while gives me some type of melancholy Just remembering those times when I was there or when I ate that and then did that one thing or another and met those people- you get what I m saying. Anyway if you want to know where I was recently or where you can find me now, you can always write to me! Little chat doesn t hurt, right Nor coffee, if you want to meet up! I m open for new people and new experiences! Peace out

    #234, @k.syriusz, 2018.08.28, ♥ 39

  • Checkout our app! LINK IN BIO!- Tag.explore to be featured! Bio link has all the hidden gems and best sites to visit in City on an offline map.-

    #235, @studyabroad.explore, 2018.10.26, ♥ 39

  • Exploring

    #236, @martabo_niecka, 2017.11.17, ♥ 38

  • Be wild Get your on our store. Link in the bio

    #237, @extranjerostore, 2018.07.18, ♥ 37

  • I highly appreciate the ability to travel. That I have some money to spend and that easiness to cross the lines of one country to another. I love that. Stay strong. Stay travelling. And stay safe!

    #238, @k.syriusz, 2018.07.04, ♥ 37

  • Yes you can teach an old dog new tricks. If the old dog is willing to learn.

    #239, @mr.escobarcf, 2018.01.18, ♥ 36

  • That moment when you arrive and think: thank god I m just transferring here,

    #240, @agniagray, 2018.02.12, ♥ 35

  • My using my name for the Week 36 Translations. Barbie= barbecue Arvo= afternoon Sarnie= sandwich Ute= utility vehicle/pickup truck Fair dinkum!= Genuine! True! Togs= swimming clothes Thongs= flip flops Ripper= great

    #241, @amusenut, 2018.03.13, ♥ 35

  • Missing the view 3

    #242, @hoshi_shine, 2017.08.08, ♥ 35

  • Quick study cause my friend gave me some little canvases about 5 hours!.

    #243, @lawnehh, 2018.01.29, ♥ 34

  • THE WALKING DEAD

    #244, @inst.elle, 2018.06.29, ♥ 34

  • First travel with this little one!

    #245, @karola_rs, 2018.03.31, ♥ 33

  • This is my book now. Deal with it

    #246, @morro.abisso, 2018.01.26, ♥ 32

  • Czech Republic

    #247, @sylwia.812, 2017.05.30, ♥ 32

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    #248, @dan_touboul, 2017.07.18, ♥ 31

  • Fest Arts loving.

    #249, @ku_layrosas, 2018.08.05, ♥ 31

  • from- Purpose is the only thing that will keep your passion burning. Find your purpose and you will discover that all you need to be is embedded in It. Everyone here on earth has a purpose to fulfill. You can t fulfill purpose living someone else s life. Life is all about making the right choices.

    #250, @rohef_ngo, 2018.02.04, ♥ 29

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