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Milan is...
...an early

Milan is... ...an early morning by the duomo... I have been dreaming about this place since I knew my Italian train trip will start by Milan! So I woke up really early today and decided to start the day by visiting this iconic symbol of the city...and oh yes, I wasn't disappointed at all! ------------ J'en ai rv de cet endroit depuis que j'ai commenc imaginer ce voyage en train en Italie! Alors je me suis lev tt ce matin pour viter la foule et ai dcid de commencer arpenter la ville par son symbol le plus fort...et videmment, je n'ai pas t du! . . . . . . . . . . . . #passionpassport #topeuropephoto #acolorstory #travellingthroughtheworld #beautifuldestinations #iamatraveler #earthofficial #travelawesome #mytinyatlas #neverstopexploring #bbctravel #natgeotravel #theprettycities #worldtravelpics #exploremore #beautifulmatters #worldcaptures #Teamtravelers #openmyworld #awesomeearth #lonelyplanet #thebestdestinations #visualoflife #worlderlust #natgeolandscape #huffpostgram #welivetoexplore #awesome_photographers #wanderlust #WHPadventure

Absolutely loved hosting

Absolutely loved hosting the second @wearetravelgirls meet-up in the Bali last night at @thelawncanggu! Thanks to all the amazing women that joined us, so excited to meet again at the next one! ------------------------------------------------- Don't miss out on upcoming We Are Travel Girls events in Paris, Chicago, San Francisco and London > sign up to our mailing list wearetravelgirls.com/subscribe ------------------------------------------------- #wearetravelgirls #watgbali #bali #canggu #meetup #travelmeetup #events #womenintravel #travelgirls #womentravel #womeninbusiness #forbeswomen #travelbloggers #blogger #inspiration #beatifuldestinations #beautifulmatters #thebalibible #indonesia #wonderfulindonesia

Iguazu falls on Iguazu ri

Iguazu falls on Iguazu river (Argentina), the largest waterfalls system in the world. We never planned to visit these falls when we bought our flight tickets to South America. We planned to see Peru, Bolivia and Chile. After traveling throughout Peru and Bolivia, we decided to go to Argentina as well. Why not. We had enough time and since we've seen Victoria falls, we kind of wanted to see Iguazu as well. So of we went. From Bolivia through Paraguay to Iguazu. It was quite a long and interesting journey. I really loved long bus rides in Argentina. The buses were extremely comfortable, close to some kind of bus business class. Well, the falls didn't disappoint of course. It's easy to spend the whole day there by the falls. Walk around, enjoy the views, do some activities, get wet! The falls have height from 60 - 82 m and are 2,7 km wide! They lie on the border between Brazil and Argentina and 80% of the falls are on Argentina's side. #whatawonderfulworld #iguazufalls #argentina #southamerica #borntotravelandsmile #kampadanes #potovanje #thediscoverer #thetravellingfriends #travelcommunity #theglobalgeek #hello_worldpics #beautifulmatters #worldnomads #dreamingtravel #passionpassport #visualsoflife #huffpostgram #natgeotravel #thattravelblog #earth_deluxe #worldtravelbook #thevisualyatra #meettheworld #mytravelgram #traveljunkie #travelawesome #traveladdict #instapassport #instatraveling

In our way back from Slov

In our way back from Slovenia we stopped in Trieste for one night. I expected nothing from this place but it surprised me with a vibrant atmosphere at night and super clean waters throughout the day Let life surprise you... it's one of the best things in life! . @alexandrsupertramp . #divinasecrets #ig_italy #yallersitalia #beautifuldestinations #beautifulmatters #italy_photolovers #visititalia #instaitalia #italy_vacations #whatitalyis #travel_captures #lovesitalia #italia360gradi #ig_exquisite #best_italiansites #ilikeitaly #browsingitaly #instagramitalia #dametraveler #loves_madeinitaly #top_italia_photo #italian_places #italia_super_pics #theglobewanderer #travelgirl #italiainunoscatto #bucketlisters #sheisnotlost #girlsdoloveoutdoors #girlslovetravel

White Beach, Boracay 
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White Beach, Boracay . . #boracay #boracayisland #boracayph #boracay2017 #islandhopping #philippinestravel #visitphilippines #wowphilippines #travelph #the_ph #choosephilippines #lostinph #philippines #itsmorefuninthephilippines #wanderlust #aroundtheworldpix #travelphotography #nakedplanet #beautifuldestinations #heavenonearth #passionpassport #comeseeph #wonderful_places #fantastic_earth #ourplanetdaily #traversephilippines #beautifulmatters #bestplacestogo #backpacker #dametraveler . . . @philbeaches @philippines @go.philippines @the_philippines @choosephilippines @traversephilippines @goproph @thephilippineinsider @beenthere.ph @suptoursphilippines @travelstoriesphilippines @visitpilipinas @philippinediscoveries @comeseephilippines @topdestinationsph @goprojectph @philippine.islands @beautifuldestinations @theetravelgram @travellersdesires @discoverearths @earth_destinations @theglobewanderer @wonderful_places @travelawesome @ourplanetdaily @earthpix @tourtheplanet @beautifulmatters @destinosimperdiveis @backpackerstory @bestplacestogo @backpackwithme @wtn_wheretonext

An extract on #beautifulmatters

The use of medial capitals as a convention in the regular spelling of everyday texts is rare, but is used in some languages as a solution to particular problems which arise when two words or segments are combined. In Italian, pronouns can be suffixed to verbs, and because the honorific form of second-person pronouns is capitalized, this can produce a sentence like non ho trovato il tempo di risponderLe ("I haven't found time to answer you" - where Le means "you"). In German, the medial capital letter I, called Binnen-I, is sometimes used in a word like StudentInnen ("students") to indicate that both Studenten ("male students") and Studentinnen ("female students") are intended simultaneously. However, mid-word capitalisation does not conform to German orthography. The previous example could be correctly written using parentheses as Student(inn)en, analogous to "congress(wo)man" in English. In Irish, they are used when an inflectional prefix is attached to a proper noun, for example i nGaillimh ("in Galway"), from Gaillimh ("Galway"); an tAlbanach ("the Scottish person"), from Albanach ("Scottish person"); and go hireann ("to Ireland"), from ire ("Ireland"). In recent Scots Gaelic orthography, a hyphen has been inserted: an t-Albannach. This convention is also used by several Bantu languages (e.g., kiSwahili, "Swahili language"; isiZulu, "Zulu language") and several indigenous languages of Mexico (e.g. Nahuatl, Totonacan, MixeZoque, and some Oto-Manguean languages). In English, medial capitals are usually only found in Scottish or Irish "Mac-" or "Mc-" names, where for example MacDonald, McDonald, and Macdonald are common spelling variants of the same name, and in Anglo-Norman "Fitz-" names, where for example both FitzGerald and Fitzgerald are found. In their English style guide The King's English, first published in 1906, H. W. Fowler and F. G. Fowler suggested that medial capitals could be used in triple compound words where hyphens would cause ambiguitythe examples they give are KingMark-like (as against King Mark-like) and Anglo-SouthAmerican (as against Anglo-South American). However, they described the system as "too hopelessly contrary to use at present."

Coyote males average 8 to 20 kg (18 to 44 lb) in weight, while females average 7 to 18 kg (15 to 40 lb), though size varies geographically. Northern subspecies, which average 18 kg (40 lb), tend to grow larger than the southern subspecies of Mexico, which average 11.5 kg (25 lb). Body length ranges on average from 1.0 to 1.35 m (3 ft 3 in to 4 ft 5 in), and tail length 40 cm (16 in), with females being shorter in both body length and height. The largest coyote on record was a male killed near Afton, Wyoming, on November 19, 1937, which measured 1.5 m (4 ft 11 in) from nose to tail, and weighed 34 kg (75 lb). Scent glands are located at the upper side of the base of the tail and are a bluish-black color. The color and texture of the coyote's fur varies somewhat geographically. The hair's predominant color is light gray and red or fulvous, interspersed around the body with black and white. Coyotes living at high elevations tend to have more black and gray shades than their desert-dwelling counterparts, which are more fulvous or whitish-gray. The coyote's fur consists of short, soft underfur and long, coarse guard hairs. The fur of northern subspecies is longer and denser than in southern forms, with the fur of some Mexican and Central American forms being almost hispid (bristly). Generally, adult coyotes (including coywolf hybrids) have a sable coat color, dark neonatal coat color, bushy tail with an active supracaudal gland, and a white facial mask. Albinism is extremely rare in coyotes; out of a total of 750,000 coyotes harvested by federal and cooperative hunters between March 22, 1938, and June 30, 1945, only two were albinos. The coyote is typically smaller than the gray wolf, but has longer ears and a relatively larger braincase, as well as a thinner frame, face, and muzzle. The scent glands are smaller than the gray wolf's, but are the same color. Its fur color variation is much less varied than that of a wolf. The coyote also carries its tail downwards when running or walking, rather than horizontally as the wolf does. Coyote tracks can be distinguished from those of dogs by their more elongated, less rounded shape. Unlike dogs, the upper canines of coyotes extends past the mental foramina.

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