Thank you , Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority Fire Dept. 👩🏽🚒🚨🚒
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Angels can’t be everywhere that’s why god gave us firefigthers 🚒🚨👩🏽🚒
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Smile, there is wine 🍷
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The right person will never get tired of you 💑
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Start a day with a smile and finish it with a glass of wine 🥂
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à votre santé 🥂
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When first "discovered" by the Spaniards in the 16th century, they were called "Ygolotes" - later to be re-spelled "Igorrotes." The Spaniards used other names to describe Igorots based on where in the Cordilleras they were found.
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The Igorot are an indigenous people in the Philippines who are best known for rice-terrace ...
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Igorot native costume
Igorot, or Cordillerans, is the collective name of several Austronesian ethnic groups in the Philippines, who inhabit the mountains of Luzon.
The name of this cenote, suytun, means ‘center stone’ in english. This cenote can be found near the colonial city of Valladolid Yucatan. It isn’t the only one present near the city. Another cenote is also located here. However, many believe that this cenote is the most beautiful, because of it’s beautiful and ancient stalactites on the ceiling, or because of the sunlight coming in through the big hole of this cenote which creates a beautiful imagery like captured here.
Double tap if tou would visit this cenote!
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Beautiful sunset in Eidfjord ✨
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Missing Christmas decorations 🖤 am I the only one?
Snow finally came to Connecticut (although I won’t lie and say I have missed it!), but still making me reminisce about Québec! While some may want to escape the snow, it’s the perfect weather for Hotel De Glace (Ice Hotel) for an overnight stay! Each winter, 15,000 tons of snow and ice form the suites, spa and bar of the Ice Hotel. Although to the outsider it may seem freezing cold, the hotel keeps you toasty warm with fireplaces, fluffy furs and bubbling saunas! However if that’s doesn’t suit your fancy, 'Nordic spas' are a huge French Canadian tradition in winter. The Québécois love to dip into an icy rambling creek and then jump into a sizzling hot tub or sauna. Enjoy your own luxurious "polar bear plunge" at the Siberian Station Spa - just 15 minutes north of downtown.
Which would you choose - a “polar bear plunge” or an overnight stay in a hotel made entirely of ice?