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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF DISCOVERMAKTUB
75.0% of discovermaktub's followers are female and 25.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 4.40%. The average number of likes per post is 457 and the average number of comments is 16.
Discovermaktub loves posting about Travel, Adventure, Photography.
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AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF DISCOVERMAKTUB
- Travel & Tourism 87.49 %
- Children & Family 87.46 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 86.82 %
- Beauty & Fashion 85.94 %
- Art & Design 63.26 %
- Business & Careers 60.79 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 60.39 %
- Movies and TV 45.77 %
- Books and Literature 37.45 %
- Home & Garden 37.45 %
- Sports 29.57 %
🇬🇧 Sometimes I can just sit in front of a monument for hours and be mesmerized by it. I think about what it took for it to be built and why it was built there. Often times just by looking at it you get all your questions answered. This is the case with the church of St. John Kaneo, which sits on a natural platform overlooking the magnificent Lake Ohrid (North Macedonia) 🇪🇸 A veces me puedo sentar delante de un monumento durante horas y dejar que me cautive. Pienso en lo que supuso construirlo y porque se escogió ese ligar exacto. A menudo me respondo a mis propias preguntas simplemente admirandolo. Este es el caso con la iglesia de St. John Kaneo, la cual está situada sobre una plataforma natural con vistas al magnifico Lago Ohrid (Macedonia del Norte) #stjohnkaneo #laheohrid #northmacedonia #kaneo #saintjovankaneo
On my 32nd day in the Balkans, I ask myself this question. What is it that makes us want to explore this region that has suffered so much throughout the years? To travel this land by train or bus is a symbol of adventure, a feeling that has attracted backpackers, history lovers and foodies alike. It could take you hours to cross from one capital to another by public transport (especially in times of Covid), and depending on which direction you are headed you might get looked at twice by border officials. Some things that could make you choose a different destination, yet the Balkans has something that not many destinations can offer you. Despite having a bad reputation (at least some parts) the truth is that most are misconceptions from a land that has suffered from recent wars and politicians. The truth is that the Balkan countries are very safe and the people are very welcoming and happy that you give their region a chance. In fact, according to a UN study it is generally safer in the Balkans than in Western European countries. The Balkans are very affordable (except Greece, Croatia and Slovenia) and it offers amazing healthy local food for less than half the price than other European countries. And the cultural diversity is unimaginable, just think about this, when Yugoslavia broke down into 5 nations, it was home to 4 major religions. Anyway, no, I’m not being paid for this, but I do seriously believe that the Balkans have it all: history, cuisine, off the beaten path destinations, beaches, culture, etc... #balkans #bulgaria #bulgariatravel #communism #buzludzha
Every once in a while we all need a break, we need to disconnect from our routines. For me I get that from travelling, but not just travelling as in taking pictures of beautiful places. I use my travels to be a person I cannot be when I am on my day to day life. There is a reason why I always travel solo, and it’s because I choose what to do every single minute, something I can’t usually do. If I suddenly decide I want to hitchhike I will not have to talk about it with someone else, I can just go for it. Travelling takes my mind away from my daily headaches and allows me to explore and get to know a different side of me. I even meet more people when I travel than when I am at home, but this is because I feel like I am in my ideal environment. In my case, travelling is a medicine that makes all my worries and pains go away. #bulgaria #rilamonastery
GIVEAWAY!!! SORTEO!!! 🥳 This is my first giveaway, and it had to be something that in my opinion is unique so I think I finally found the perfect gift to inspire everyone to travel the world. Two 408 page books with stories written by Alvaro Rojas @wanderreds from his trips to every country in the world. Dedicated by him. How to participate? Como participar? 1. “Like” this picture. Dale “me gusta” a esta foto. ✅ 2. Follow my account @discovermaktub ✅ Sigue mi cuenta de @discovermaktub 3. Write a comment mentioning two people (the more comments you leave the more chances you have of winning) ✅ 4. Share my post on your stories. Comparte esta publicacion en tus historias ✅ Deja un comentario mencionando a dos personas (cuantos mas comentarios dejes nombrando a cuentas diferentes mas posibilidades tienes de ganar) You can participate until next friday at midnight (Barcelona time) Puedes participar hasta el proximo viernes a medianoche (hora de Barcelona) There will be 2 winners announced on Saturday July 4th 💥 Se anunciaran los 2 ganadores el Sabado 4 de Julio 💥 Shipping to all corners of the world 😃
Last saturday was #refugeeday Did you know that there are more than 26 million refugees in the world and many of them are children? Travelling has given me the oportunity to sit down and share meals with refugees in different places of the world and this is something I urge everyone to do at some point. We are sometimes told that these people are invading our territories or using our resources. We must remember that these people have been forced to leave their homes and belongings and have been placed in camps and settlements around the world, places where they are just pilled up without even getting their basic needs 🏡 In the majority of cases they have been forced to flee due to internal conflicts. Turkey, Jordan, Uganda, Lebanon and Pakistan are the countries with the biggest refugee populations in the world 🌍 Refugees are men, women and children like you or me, who once had dreams and some still hold on to them. People who have seen and lived more than what many of us will ever get to experience in our lives 👨👩👦 In my last trip to Georgia I had the luck and pleasure of visiting and sitting down with displaced people who now live in abandoned sanitariums and buildings in the area of Tskaltubo, Georgia 🇬🇪 These people lived in the region of Abkhazia which suffered a war in 1992-1993. The result triggered the loss of control of Georgia over this region and therefore the ethnic cleansing of Georgians from Abkhazia. Russia, Venezuela, Syria and Nicaragua recognize Abkhazia as a state but the United Nations still see it as part of Georgia. Scroll to see where they live. #refugees #refugeestories #tskaltubo #georgia🇬🇪 #worldrefugeeday2020
The driver later explained to me that this is a typical scam in Cairo. These gangs need the taxi in order to get into the pyramid compound and when they are stopped at the security gates they say they are your guides for the day. Then they actually make sure that you follow them everywhere and pay a high price for their services. They promise the driver they will leave the taxi at the entrance of the compound, meaning the driver can’t come along. The only thing that saved me is that I said I wasn’t visiting the pyramids, just going to my hotel for the day. See, most tourist go into the compound on busses or vans with private guides, so they can’t do this to them, and what they do is that they look for tourists on cars or taxis, and that’s why they spotted me right away. The driver told me that the police knew exactly what was happening but that these gangs actually pay them to look the other way. When I got back I did some research and found there had been more cases of tourists who had gone through this situation. When you have travelled quite a bit around the world and done it solo you know that sometimes you get into situations that are out of your control and you just have to play along and make the best out of it. In any case, these things can happen and they can be a part of our travels, the same way that we also have magnificent experiences, in my case most of the time. #egypt #giza #cairo #scam #kidnap
Last year I visited Cairo for a few days, just to visit the pyramids, a dream for any traveller. I took a taxi from the airport straight to my hotel, which, as you can see from the picture was just across from the pyramids. To get to the pyramids you have to get to Giza, which is not far away from Cairo itself and then go thru a security gate. I sat in the front seat, like I always do when I travel in a taxi abroad. We were on a five lane road, stopped in traffic. People were walking between the cars as I was looking out the window, admiring life in the second most populated city in Africa. Suddenly I noticed a man get close to the driver side and asked him to roll down the window. They started talking slowly in their own language when I noticed that on my side of the car there was also a man standing, looking me. I wasn’t nervous or anything, I just thought they wanted to catch a ride with us, something that is very common in some countries, to share a taxi. But when I looked to the front of the car I saw a big guy standing in the front of the car, with his back towards us, at that point I knew something wasn’t right. The conversation between the man and the driver got heated right away, soon the man was yelling at the driver, telling him with his hands that they had to eat, and I had no idea what was going on. The driver kept saying no no no, raising his voice. About 50 meters away, on the side of the road I noticed a few policemen, holding machine guns and looking at the traffic jam, but not looking our way at all. The driver then pointed at the back seat, and showed them my bag. For a second I thought that was the price we had to pay, giving my bag to them, but then the man leaned down and staring at me asked in his broken english: “you are going to hotel?” Immediately I answered “yes”, not knowing if it was the right answer or not, but just being honest. And just like that the man turned around and his friends followed him, losing interest in our yellow taxi. The driver later explained to me that this is a typical scam in Cairo. These gangs need the taxi in order to get into the pyramid compound. This will be continued (run out of space) #egypt
I always tell my students the same story. When I was 13 years old my parents sent me abroad to study. I flew into New York City where someone was supposed to be waiting for me to put me into a plane to L.A., but that person never made it to JFK and I didn’t speak any English at all. This was the first of many solo trips as a child and I think this is why for me travelling solo is a must. But this is not today’s story, although I did end up making it to Los Angeles thanks to the kindness of random people. Today’s story is about a trip I took to Tanzania in 2014. I was visiting a friend who was a pilot there and it was a great chance for me to visit my first country in Africa. The plane left Barcelona and had a layover in Istanbul. That day I had an aisle seat but the other two seats were empty so like many of us do I was 🤞🏼my fingers so that it stayed like that and I could take those three seats for the 7 hour flight. But no luck, a girl showed up and sat on the window (my favorite spot). I kept looking at her because she looked stressed, as she was trying to get her cell phone to work. I started a short conversation and asked if she was ok. She told me she just wanted to send a message to her friends so they knew what time she arrived. I offered her my phone and she used it and immediately relaxed before taking off. A few minutes later she saw me reading my Lonely Planet guide to Tanzania and we started talking. We talked for 6-7 hours non-stop, almost as if we had known each other for ages. Sheikha told me she lived in the island of Zanzibar, but her family was from an island with barely any tourism called Pemba. I read an article not long ago that this island is like Zanzibar 40 years ago. Anyway, she invited me to her parents home and because I had no plans I joined her and her family for a week in this quiet and isolated island off Tanzania. One of the reasons I travel solo is because if I had been travelling with someone I don’t think I would have reached out to Sheikha on the plane nor would I have talked to her for so many hours or been invited to her home. I think when you travel solo people tend to reach out to you more. What do you think?
The truth is that 90% of my trips I travel solo, and I love taking photos of things I see, but a few years ago people started asking me why I was never in the pictures and that I should be in them. The selfie stick did not really convince me, so I had to be original. So how do I do it? Sometimes people ask me to take a picture of them and then I immediately ask them to take mine as well, but I tell them exactly how I want it. If I don’t like it then I wait and ask someone else. This is one of the few reasons why sometimes I would like to travel with someone else. For this picture I put the camera on the floor of the bridge and waited until I was alone, then I put the camera on a timer and took the picture I wanted. Not easy, but for me travelling solo is a must, although it has its drawbacks. So who takes your pictures when you travel? Let me know below 👇🏼#solotravel #selfiestick #algiers #constantine #algeria #cityofbridges
How much from what we see or read on the media should we believe? The truth is that when I started travelling ten years ago I used to read everything about the country I was going to on the media and sometimes I used to scare myself so much, now I do research but I don’t led media decide where I will travel. Yes, we live in a world where we must be careful where we go, but after so many years travelling you develop a sixth sense that warns you if you’re not in the right place. After travelling through more than 60 countries I can say that the world is not as bad as we are made to believe and most important, we must be able to separate what the media is talking about, and not judge the people of a country because of bad governments. Most travellers will tell you that #iran or #pakistan are two of their top 10 destinations, myself included, and yet most governments don’t recommend visiting those two countries. Bad things can happen everywhere, but I often think that I have more chances of being robbed in the streets of my city, #barcelona , than in #tehran #islamabad or #erbil . And yes, bad things happen to travellers. I almost got kidnapped in #cairo last year and a monkey robbed me in #chapare (#bolivia ), but we will leave those stories for another day..😂 This picture was taken in #iraq just a few weeks ago.
Travelling makes me feel like a kid again, I feel free to do anything I want, without being judged. It might be silly to do things like these but I have doing it. In Salar de Uyuni you can take pretty cool pics because it is so huge that there is a lack of visual reference points in the horizon which tricks our eyes. For this picture I had to take my shoes off and take 20 steps in the wet salt so that it looked like I was walking on my shoelaces. Have you been to Salar de Uyuni? Would you take original pictures there? #bolivia #uyuni #salardeuyuni #perspective #saltflats
My love for Bolivia started 13 years ago. Evo Morales had just won a historic election in the country but due to the big changes and the fact that he was the first indigenous president in the country it was a rather unstable time for this country. A vast majority of the country did not accept him as their new leader. After hitchhiking thru Argentina I met a lovely group of hippies that made and sold jewelry in the mountains near Salta. After spending a few days with them and learning how to make jewelry, it was time for me to move on. I had to make a choice, either to go north to Bolivia or west to Chile. I will never forget what one of the guys in the group told me: “you have no money. Chile is the richest country in South America and Bolivia is the poorest”. Without saying anything next morning I started my journey to Bolivia, the country where (without knowing) I would spend a year of my life. With the money I earned making jewelry I had to enough to buy a ticket to Cochabamba, which I had heard was the poorest city in the country. What was my plan? I didn’t have one Where would you stay? I had no idea yet. All I knew is that I was getting thinner and thinner. All I know is that this year changed my life and is the reason I started travelling the world the way I do. Last year I went back to Bolivia, 13 years later and with a few more kilos 🙈 Picture #1 was in 2018 The rest in 2007 #bolivia #cochabamba #argentina #salta #southamerica #chile #evomorales #lapaz #cristodelaconcordia
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