Athina Karaindrosová

Athina Karaindrosová

Athina Karaindrosová
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World Map Color XXL4-038

World Map Color XXL4-038

I was skeptical about this gluten, dairy, and sugar free bread until I took my first taste --- it's AMAZING!

I was skeptical about this gluten, dairy, and sugar free bread until I took my first taste --- it's AMAZING!

Ramona Falls, Mount Hood, Oregon

Ramona Falls, Mount Hood, Oregon

Painted Hills, Oregon, USA

Painted Hills, Oregon, USA

See 27 of the most incredible places to visit in Hawaii! Click through to see if your favorites from the islands of Oahu, Kauai, The Big Island, and Maui made the list!

See 27 of the most incredible places to visit in Hawaii! Click through to see if your favorites from the islands of Oahu, Kauai, The Big Island, and Maui made the list!

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reiki healing, reiki yoga, yoga healing, reiki master, chakras

Hiking to Havasu Falls, Arizona

Hiking to Havasu Falls, Arizona

Is riding an elephant in Thailand on your bucket list? It was on mine - until I visited this incredible sanctuary in Chiang Mai and learned the truth behind it.chiang-mai-elephants-w

Is riding an elephant in Thailand on your bucket list? It was on mine - until I visited this incredible sanctuary in Chiang Mai and learned the truth behind it.chiang-mai-elephants-w

Located in Chiang Mai Province, Doi Inthanon National Park encompasses the highest mountain In Thailand, Doi Inthanon, as well as several lesser summits. The doi (mountain) is largely a granite batholith intruding a southerly extension of the Shan Hills range and forming the divide between the Nam Mae Ping river to the east and the Nam Mae Chaem river to the west. Lower elevations in the most easterly pant of the park are limestone formations and contain a number of caves.

Located in Chiang Mai Province, Doi Inthanon National Park encompasses the highest mountain In Thailand, Doi Inthanon, as well as several lesser summits. The doi (mountain) is largely a granite batholith intruding a southerly extension of the Shan Hills range and forming the divide between the Nam Mae Ping river to the east and the Nam Mae Chaem river to the west. Lower elevations in the most easterly pant of the park are limestone formations and contain a number of caves.