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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF CARLYS629
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.50%. The average number of likes per post is 39 and the average number of comments is 4.
51.61% of the followers that engaged with carlys629 regularly are from United States, followed by United Kingdom at 9.68% and Australia at 4.84%. In summary, the top 5 countries of carlys629's posts engager are coming from United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Brazil, France.
Carlys629 loves posting about Cooking, Health & Fitness, Food & Drink.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR CARLYS629
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF CARLYS629
- United States 51.61 %
- United Kingdom 9.68 %
- Australia 4.84 %
- Brazil 4.84 %
- France 3.23 %
Happy 3rd Anniversary @mjonath10! Life still looks a little strange right now (and for the foreseeable future) but it’s all going to be ok because I have you by my side! Thanks for being my best friend, favorite travel buddy, confidant and true partner through life. Love you!
Travel looks a little different these days 😷 and while I’m not sure when I’ll be able to leave the country again, there’s still a lot of incredible beauty to explore in this corner of the world 🌲
#challengeaccepted Drinking wine 🍷 on my 34th birthday 🎈 Thanks for the nomination @beatrix.evans
🌲 Peace is found in wild places 🌙
C h a n g e of s c e n e r y 🌲🏔🌷 Left Portland for the first time in 3 months to visit my dad and stepmom in Bend. Fresh mountain air, stunning vistas, & plenty of beer.
Repost from @owlcrate Three awesome YA books by Black authors released today! We wanted to take a moment to highlight these books because they sound incredible. . A Song of Wraiths and Ruin by @rosiesrambles: A new fantasy duology inspired by West African folklore featuring a grieving crown princess, a desperate refugee, murder and possibly romance? This is not one to miss! . You Should See Me In A Crown by @byleahjohnson: A contemporary in which Liz will has a plan to escape her small, rich, prom-obsessed town, but when the plan falls through Liz has to make other arrangements...which may involve running for Prom Queen. . A Song Below Water by @bcmorrow: Tavia is a siren forced to keep her identity secret in a society that wants to keep her kind under lock and key. Living in a modern-day Portland, Tavia's life is rocked when in the aftermath of a siren murder trial her favourite fashion icon reveals she's also a siren. . Excited to read these? Consider purchasing them from a Black-owned independent bookstore such as @semicolonchi, @ashaybythebay, @harrietts_bookshop, @thelitbar, and @dtr360books_. Each of these bookstores have online shops you can order from (Ashsay by the Bay and DTR 360 Books ship worldwide.)
No recap of Paris would be complete without a photo of the iconic Eiffel Tower. Rather than brave the tourist masses and take the trip to the top, we scoped out the secret viewpoints away from the crowds. This one can be found on Avenue de la Bourdonnais.
The Strasbourg cathedral was a marvel of intricately carved red stone with gargoyles leering over ledges and animals peeking out of archways.
Strasbourg’s historic quarter La Petite France is full of charming timbered buildings, narrow canals, stone bridges and cobblestone streets. The perfect place to stroll with a cup of coffee and no worries whatsoever.
After 3 nights in Paris, we took the train out to Strasbourg near the France-Germany border. This city was a delight! Old timbered buildings, riverside promenades, delicious food and a wonderful rendezvous with some old friends. More photos to come!
We spent an entire glorious day exploring Versailles—the palace, the gardens, the hamlet of Marie-Antoinette, and the secret meeting places of scheming royals.
I’ve been sitting on these photos from our trip to France in February feeling weird about sharing them in the midst of everything that’s been going on in the world. But now more than ever, I’m feeling SO grateful for all the opportunities I’ve had to travel. We were so fortunate we scheduled this trip when we did, that everything went off without a hitch, we were safe and healthy, and we returned home with so many amazing memories. So here are a few photos from our first full day in Paris with beautiful blue winter skies and the sun shining on one of my favorite places. More photos to come!
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