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Extraordinary
2 days ago
Great!!
1 week ago
Woah this sounds incredible! ♡
1 week ago
Gorgeous part of the world. Lucky you! I was in all this cities last summer. Passau is spectacular too. 😊
1 week ago
@theblondeabroad Haha I can’t believe this still! 😂 When I saw your comment I finally realized why I was so confused by your Stories that I’ve seen this week. Because I thought you were still back in South Africa 😝
1 week ago
@gustavo_subilibia Thank you!
1 week ago
@imageclothes Thank you!
1 week ago
@vanilla_papers Yes! It was really relaxing.
1 week ago
@carissa_burton It was quite nice!
1 week ago
@travelliat Thank you!
1 week ago
1 week ago

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From Budapest, our @vikingcruises ship sailed through the night and into the next day to visit the Slovakian capital of Bratislava. On the way, we passed through our first lock on the Danube that put us on a man-made canal which runs parallel to the Danube River in an area where the actual natural waterway is part of a National Park. With the big windows on board the Skadi, it felt as if we were living in a snow globe while eating lunch on the ship. Gratifyingly large flakes fell softly outside to merge with the water below us and birds were the only other lifeforms we saw through the drifting white, spots of gray and black riding on the invisible wind. Viking chefs seem to, based on my last cruise and this one, make soup really well. It’s always so good and it’s available for lunch and dinner almost every day. This makes me so happy because I dearly love eating soup when the weather is cold outside! There’s almost nothing better for me except perhaps a hot toddy. So it was that I sat here, savoring my bisque soup and trying to count each and every one of my blessings as a meditation toward happiness. I’ve befriended a fellow passenger who teaches meditation and while I’d love to learn more from her because she’s the most cheerful person I’ve met in a long time, it occurred to me that an easy way to “meditate” is to simply pause and count one’s blessings. There is always *at least* one. And that’s just a part of #MyVikingStory from day two of our #VikingCruise on the Danube River bound for Passau. #shotoniphone #vikingcruises
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