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Tokyo & Disney Summer trip siap membuat kamu mewujudkan impian liburan ke Jepang ☀️
Terbang langsung Jakarta ke Tokyo (tanpa transit). Kamu akan diajak merasakan langsung pengalaman lokal di Asakusa, hingga berbaur dengan hits-nya Shibuya & Harajuku. Wow, sudah termasuk bermain sepuasnya di Disneyland/DisneySea. Cek rinciannya di bawah ini:
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Japan Tokyo & Disney Summer open trip, 6D4N
📎est 2-7 July 📎est 23-28 July
Paspor Regular Rp 10,199,000/orang
Paspor Elektronik Rp 9,699,000/orang
*promo hingga 30 April 2018
➕Tiket Pesawat P.P direct flight CGK-NRT
➕Akomodasi Capsule Room/Guesthouse Tokyo 4 malam (tersedia opsi upgrade ke hotel 3-stars)
➕Makan Pagi Japanese Meals
➕Free shared-pocket WiFi selama perjalanan
➕Free dokumentasi perjalanan
➕Tiket Disneyland/DisneySea ➕ Wisata Tokyo: Odaiba Liberty Statue, Disney Resort, Asakusa, Sumida River, Tokyo Skytree (photostop), Shibuya, Harajuku, Meiji Shrine, Ueno, Akihabara, Shinjuku, Tokyo Government Building
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*Tag orang terdekat yang ingin kamu ajak liburan ke Jepang
*Pembayaran dengan cara cicilan 3 tahap, Dp hanya Rp 1,000,000/orang
Klik link di profile kami untuk melihat rincian trip, itinerary, biaya, visa hingga reservasi online. Geser ke kiri untuk melihat highlight liburan impian ini ◀️ #AkuBisaLiburan#PeponiSummer
Melting snow beats melting face!! Cant take the Mumbai heat right now!! I just want to time travel and go back to Langza where the wind blew wild and the snow melted my heart!! 😍
PS: The extra fats in my body kept the better Martis @tany2994 warm and cozy!!
Kaua’i, and specifically Hanalei Bay, have been getting devastated by storm water and the rains have returned. As flooding and landslides continue, residents are now being airlifted out. We’ll be posting links tomorrow on our blog for ways in which you can help. Hanalei has been such an incredible source of beauty to us, and is the inspiration for our current collection. We want to make sure to share the beauty and community back as they so urgently need it.
I think we are scared to feel our brokenness again. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Especially when we have had a taste of empowerment and enlightenment. We would like to stay in that state and if we allow ourselves to slip back to all those broken feelings, it would be like slipping back to our broken selves. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
And I think this is the trap of spirituality, and anything could be a trap, really. We think if we feel our broken self again, it would mean we have lost our hardly earned enlightenment. And we get ourselves in the trap of being as spiritually correct as possible, hiding our broken selves ferociously. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
And I understand. It is scary to feel that feeling of disempowerment, to feel it even stronger now that we are in the process of resensitizing ourselves. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
And not all will choose to integrate their broken selves. For those who do, know that we don’t do this kind of integration unless we have had enough light in ourselves.
It is not the same when you choose to look back into the shadow consciously. And yes it will be excruciating, but this is part of living. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
And being authentic to self, is above all. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I think one of the coolest things about London and many other cities in Europe is the buildings. America rarely has buildings like this and the ones that do exist are not as old.
I think it is incredible to see how long things can last especially when we maintain them. Things in everyday life can last for a long time when it is maintained as well.
But even with maintaining, nothing is forever. For this reason I choose to preserve what I can, while I can, while still enjoying as much as possible. That's why I travel so much, to enjoy life.
Start traveling like I do! Click the link in my bio to learn more.
I couldn’t sit still in the little yurt I rented on my solo-trip this weekend. It was 6am, the snow was falling in unhurried flakes, the sky was turning rosy. I usually meditate in the mornings but on this day I couldn’t justify sitting with my eyes closed, so I took myself out to the dunes. They were snowy and wind swept, lines from the wind curving like tracks along the spins and hallows.
How much do they move every year? What’s underneath them? Does anyone know?
And so it went, my attention wrapped up in the alien beauty of sand dunes at the foot of snowy mountain peaks. I left feeling just as tuned in as when I uncross my legs after meditation. Win-win.