Tuesday Orange – Throwback to Switzerland autumn days

I regret the whole day that I didn’t get the ticket to Krakow a bit earlier, after seeing fellow Steemians are already having a lot of fun! Instead, I’m spending the whole day packing, packing is still so difficult especially you try to squeeze everything in a backpack, even though I travel quite often. 

I hope Ryanair flies tomorrow, I decided to take Ryanair because they are super cheap, their baggage rules are horrible and keep changing but it’s OK for me. It’s bear market, better save some money. 

Actually I’m quite confident, during my 6.5 years in Europe, I’ve flew so many times (can be more than 50 times I thinks) with them, only 3 or 4 times they delayed to an extend I can’t stand. haha

Meanwhile, here are some autumn Switzerland pictures from last year lol, it’s throwback, I’m not in Switzerland at the moment.

These are throwback pictures, I miss Switzerland 😀

See you guys in Krakow, I’m flying in tomorrow morning!

Wednesday Yellow – Inca Kola

Photo taken on the street of Lima city last year 😀

Inca Kola is a popular drink in Peru but outside Peru you don’t see it that often. Maybe in some countries it can be found but far from popular. I remember drinking it every day when travelling in Peru. The original Inca Kola was using lemon beebrush as main ingredient, nowadays the taste resembles it, sweet and fruity. I liked it more than normal cola, have you tried it before?

#colorchallenge is a contest initiated by @kalemandra.

Joy hasn’t done a #colorchallenge for long – Monday Red

Just suddenly feel nostalgic of these #colorchallenge steem days, a year or so back, I was posting one picture of different colors every day and had a lot of fun that time 😀 

#colorchallenge is a contest initiated by @kalemandra.


Photo taken in Plovdiv, Bulgaria earlier this year, under a tree full of Martenitsa, coincidentally enough, I’ve visited Bulgaria twice always around the same time, around March/April, where you see the red colored Martenitsa everywhere. But I wasn’t only aware of what it is since my last visit, Steem makes me start doing more research when travelling I guess. 

Some locals explained me it’s for the festival called “Baba Marta” that falls on 1st of March and is celebrated throughout the month. Martenitsa, this small piece of adornment, made of white and red yarn, is a Bulgarian way to express spring, health, peace and fertility.