Neil Peel 6044
A teacher by profession we (me + family) have been working in various places around the world for 15 years now and still loving the life, the travel and the people. @the_milkman_of_human_kindness on IG
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Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon, MyanmarShwedagon PagodaYangon, MyanmarI loved all the smaller stupas stuffed full of gorgeous statues #detailsYoyogi Park, Tokyo, JapanYoyogi ParkTokyo, JapanOne of the places we were keen to visit in #Tokyo was #Shibuya. This is supposed to be a very hip and fashionable place and just the spot for...Tantallon Castle, Lothian, ScotlandTantallon CastleLothian, ScotlandThe view from the top of the stone walls out over the North sea. It was blowy and cold on one of the best summer's days I can reember. Heaven knows...Lungshan Temple, Wanhua District, TaiwanLungshan TempleWanhua District, TaiwanThe roofs of Chinese temples are always impressive and this is a particularly fine example in the middle of Taipei. #detailsThe Bund, Shanghai, ChinaThe BundShanghai, ChinaThe view from the Bund across to Pudong may be busy but it is amazing. I particularly like it at night with the buildings lit up and reflecting in...Berwick Upon Tweed, Berwick-upon-Tweed, EnglandBerwick Upon TweedBerwick-upon-Tweed, EnglandThe ancient crossing from Scotland to England over the Tweed and its modern counterpart #HometownPingshi, Pingxi District, TaiwanPingshiPingxi District, TaiwanAfter the Lunar New Year comes Lantern Festival. You write your wishes for the year on your lantern and, using a tea light, send them off into the...Playa Puerto Banús, Marbella, SpainPlaya Puerto BanúsMarbella, SpainPlayground of the rich and famous, with the magnificent :a Concha in the background. See how the other half live or climb the hill (but take lots...Temple of Dawn, Bangkok, ThailandTemple of DawnBangkok, ThailandDespite being the Temple of Dawn, Wat Arun is best viewed at sunset. This is an unusual view of it because, for the last 4 years it has been...Tantallon Castle, Lothian, ScotlandTantallon CastleLothian, ScotlandThe Historic seat of the Red Douglas on the coast just outside Edinburgh. Not over run with the hordes that infect the capital either!Victoria Street, Edinburgh, ScotlandVictoria StreetEdinburgh, ScotlandOne of the most picturesque streets in Edinburgh. Lots of eating and retail opportunities but lovely to stroll at both street level and the gallery...Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar, Bangkok, ThailandOctave Rooftop Lounge & BarBangkok, ThailandA lovely spot to watch the sun go down with a cocktail or two. Also between 5 & 7 its half price happy hour so it won't cost the earth either.Craster, EnglandCrasterEnglandCraster is famous for its crabs. I can particularly recommend the Jolly Fisherman pub for its crab sandwiches...Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland, EnglandDunstanburgh CastleNorthumberland, England#InStone One of my favourite ruins on this part of the Northumberland coast is Dunstanburgh castle; a short walk along from the sleepy fishing...Saint Abbs, ScotlandSaint AbbsScotlandThe view from St Abbs head towards Coldingham. Nothing finer!Borobudur Temple, Borobudur, IndonesiaBorobudur TempleBorobudur, Indonesia#InStone This is one of the nicest temples I've been to., Sri LankaDambullaSri LankaThe caves at Dambulla in Sri Lanka are just amazing! These monks were simply beautiful and apparently nearly 1000 years old....Farne Island, Northumberland, EnglandFarne IslandNorthumberland, EnglandA puffin with breakfast on the Farne Islands #wildlifeMirissa, Sri LankaMirissaSri LankaThe iconic stilt fishermen of MirissaLuang Prabang, LaosLuang PrabangLaosMonks are everywhere in Luang Prebang. These were desperate to avoid the torrential rain that came out of nowhere.
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