In the forecast: an extremely caffeinated summer with lots of sunrise and sunsets 💥 #alwaysroaming
Hello from Canada! 🇨🇦 I’ve been exploring Victoria, BC the last few days and I can’t wait to show you my new finds and favorites. The food has been phenomenal. They really are at the forefront of foraging and farm to table cooking. Victoria also has the oldest Chinatown in all of Canada. If you’re in town, I also highly recommend heading to the Cowichan Valley where its Mediterranean-like climate produces some of the sweetest grapes and world class wines out there. Stay tuned for more behind the scenes, but until then check out my Ig stories!
I was bursting with emotions as we began our walking excursion of the Diocletian’s Palace.
Diocletian's Palace is an ancient palace built for the Roman Emperor Diocletian at the turn of the fourth century AD, that today forms about half the old town of Split, Croatia.
Today shops, hotels, cafes and apartments occupy the palace compound. It is an amazing living monument where you can visit part of it as a conserved museum, walk through its labyrinths of modern built-ups, have an espresso and even attend mass!
Adam was taking in the sights, asking questions which our beautiful guide Tamara patiently answered.
I’m glad I took time to curate his learning journey. He may not remember much facts but he will remember the beautiful historical walk we took together.
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Dear Deepak and Alice,
Thanks for fronting the co-ordination in Singapore 🇸🇬 as well as accommodating the Bhutan 🇧🇹 International Marathon within the trip itinerary.
We have arrived safely back in Singapore yesterday and would like to thank you again for your kind hospitality over dinner at Naksel during our trip. As we rest in the comfort of our home, we continue to relish our time spent in Bhutan 🇧🇹 – the food, winding roads to (and fro) Bumthang, the hike up to Taksang⛰ in Paro, the fireplace 🔥 in Phobjikha etc. So much of the country remains to be explored that I believe we will return again to experience what the other towns have to offer.
We would also like to personally commend our two local guides – Yonten Jamtsho & Kinzang Thinley – for being great ambassadors to Bhutan 🇧🇹 and for their patience throughout our journey.We look forward to returning to the Land of the Thunder Dragon 🐉 soon :) Cheers
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Super thankful to get some sun on #earthday
Ok ok, tell me? Where’s your all time favorite jacuzzi at? 💭 #alwaysroaming
One of the most popular meals in Croatia's Dalmatia region is peka, a blend of vegetables and meat drizzled with olive oil, sprinkled with herbs, and then baked to perfection under a bell-like dome, or ispod čripnje. We love the local fish too! www.divineexplore.com/Croatia
Serenity. I do like these moments, a lot.
An indulging experience at the local fish and seafood market housed in an Austrian architecture. The seabasses were impossibly fresh and look at those super charming lobster prawns!
Apparently everyone visits the market as a community hobby - not to buy fish but to chat up friends.
I can imagine my cultured marketing routine living in Split - put down my basket, have my espresso and morning exchanges at the best fish restaurant in the entire Croatia, head towards the vegetables market behind the palace and walk home along the seafront promenade.
Our lovely boutique hotel was named after Auguste Marmont, Napoleon’s trusted aide.
Check out our cultured neighbours of Max & Co, a design gallery and gelato. Took it slow in the morning with a simple and light breakfast, and totally in awe of its theatrical interiors.
Absolutely love this wonderful Croatian city of Zadar. Besides the sea organ, you can walk down the cobblestoned streets of the peninsular, have an ice cream by the ancient church, skip around the Roman ruins and have coffee in the muddle of the medieval square, dreaming away under its clear blue skies.
Totally in love.
It feels surreal to be finally standing on the Sea Organs.
The Sea organ is an architectural sound art object located in Zadar, Croatia and an experimental musical instrument, which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps.
Adam and I had a lot of fun, looking everywhere to figure out where is what. He’s definitely having more fun with this than his piano. 🤔
Would have loved sitting here and listening to it’s soothing sounds with Deepak Shrestha the whole afternoon. Lovely to be in relaxing Zadar.
Croatia is the upcoming new European destination, offering a rich culture, ancient UNESCO World Heritage Sites, old towns and castles, lush mountains, dazzling beaches with 1,000 islands to visit.
Get on the Croatian trail with Divine as we explore its craggy peaks, caverns, river canyons, waterfalls and ridiculously picturesque lakes. We promise you will be in total awe.
Don’t take our word for it. Check out our Croatia Private Tour Adventure!