Guyz. If you’re in Siem Reap and you’re hot, and believe me, you will be hot, get yourself some Gelato Lab ice cream! There’s a bunch of vegan flavours and dear god. I just. HOT DAMN GELATO LAB! Way to make all other ice cream taste weak in comparison!! •
We got a scoop of passion fruit and a scoop of chocolate. I’m into tart thangs, so the passion fruit was 💯 but Randall’s a chocolate guy and I have to admit, whilst I couldn’t eat heaps of it because it was rich AF, it was some of the best chocolate anything I’d ever had!
Just finishing an amazing weekend 😁🙌 of climbing 💪 Yoga 🙏🕉 and epic vibes 🙌 with @livelovenatural_astrid , loving every moment!!! 👌 Getting in some training time here @mesarimsd , always feels good to get back on the wall 😜 Loving the superfood green bars from @bio2.organic for some awesome natural 🌱 energy! -
Explore Poland. Step into the place where medieval times still speak to you through castles and monuments. A harbor country, it beckons travelers with its gorgeous landscape filled with jungles, hills and rivers. And when soul touching food is your deal, Polish cuisine does the trick.
As Dustin and I always say, ‘we’re always learning’ and our trip to Takaragawa Onsen was no exception. Everything that could go wrong went wrong. The drive 2.5 hours north to Gunma was serene but 15 minutes away from the Onsen our rental car got stuck in the thick snow that we weren’t prepared for. With no 4-wheel drive or snow tires, Dustin with no winter jacket or gloves and me desperately needing to use the washroom had to figure out how to get out. Unable to communicate with the locals and in the middle of nowhere, we had to find a solution. With a lot of determination and teamwork, Dustin dug ourselves out (with a stolen shovel no less) and an hour later we got the car out of the snow bank. Scared to go further, we found a near by ski resort, met a very nice Japanese lady who called us a taxi to make it to the oh-so-close Onsen.
When we finally arrived, Takaragawa became the most breathtaking, relaxing experience I could have shared with Dustin, the first bump in the road made it that much sweeter and something I won’t dare forget. Now, getting back to Tokyo was a whole other story... Of course, a quarter way through our drive, we stop at a 7/11 to find out Dustin forgot my passport and money at the Onsen. Dustin, looking like a hot mess after a long day, goes around trying to communicate with the locals to borrow their phone. After getting rejected multiple times a wonderful Japanese man, who doesn’t speak a lick of English ends up being our saviour. He called the Onsen, drove us half way their to meet with a driver who had my belongings and then drove us back to our car. We will be forever grateful for his kindness.
And you think it stops their but it doesn’t. Next, suffering from jet lag and a desperate need to drive another 2.5 hours home, our Google Maps looses connection and we get lost trying to find the car rental agency. After a lot of patience, we finally make it and discover a huge dent in our car. While trying to talk our way out of it, Dustin punches the dent out and we get off Scott free! It was quite the day but we laughed it off as we walked back to our AirBnB.
Overall, this trip made me realize that Dustin and I are great for each other.
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Just home from a lovely weekend in the Wirral. A fun end to the half term holidays, gutted we return to the craziness of school/nursery/work tomorrow 😬 This morning we scooted along Hoylake prom. It made me really miss living by the seaside!
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