Michele Agius

@micagius

Capturing the world around me every single day of my life. πŸ‘» Snap&Twit: micagius πŸ“ Say Hi: [email protected]

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Turquoise water, white sand, palm trees & a gentle breeze...heaven πŸ‡»πŸ‡³

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Side by side we stand together πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§β€οΈ

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Smile at the world & the world will smile at you. πŸ“· + ✈ = πŸ˜€

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Hello spring! Now if only the sun will shine in Malta...I hear it's not much better in Scotland though πŸ˜‚β›„

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The scenic splendour of the rugged Maltese north coast makes it the perfect place for a Sunday hike.

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Dotted around Inle Lake are several stilt houses which form up floating villages. The Intha people must theredore resort to using traditional flat-bottomed skiffs propelled by one wooden paddle to get around Myanmar's largest lake.

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When you get past race, gender, social status & all other classifications of our human species, you learn to appreciate anything & everything. To me this is what travelling is all about in this confused world. . Ignore the 'longyi' (that’s not a skirt πŸ˜‚)…I had to get my knees covered to enter the Pagoda πŸ™ˆ

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We watched the sunset, over the castle on the hill 🎢 . Double tap if you actually sang the caption πŸ˜‚

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As the sun rose, the skyline was dotted with hot air baloons of all sizes, breaking through the mist, gliding over the thousands of temples spread across the plains of Bagan. Words fail to describe the awe which beset me, the surreal scenes made it seem as though what was in front of me was a painting in a gallery.

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Away from it all, amid the serenity and grandeur of nature that the north of Vietnam boasts. The sound of the paddles entering the water concurrently, the chirping of birds & the occasional grunting of monkeys was all that could be heard. I was in my element; surrounded by nature & I couldn’t be happier.

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Can we start the weekend over again?

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Legend has it that the 3,000 limestone islands in Ha Long Bay were carved out by a great dragon. That is how the name originated. Ha Long means were the dragon descends into the sea, a strong belief amongst the Vietnamese that it helped protect Vietnam from foreign invaders.

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