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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF THESANDYFEET
47.7% of thesandyfeet's followers are female and 52.3% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 9.40%. The average number of likes per post is 484 and the average number of comments is 31.
Thesandyfeet loves posting about Travel, Photography, Adventure.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR THESANDYFEET
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF THESANDYFEET
- Travel & Tourism 97.88 %
- Photography 91.70 %
- Art & Design 47.10 %
- Beauty & Fashion 46.67 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 44.43 %
- Technology & Science 44.22 %
- Fitness & Yoga 32.62 %
- Books and Literature 31.98 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 31.98 %
- Sports 31.69 %
- Luxury Goods 29.63 %
- Movies and TV 29.46 %
Mornings on Padar Island are some kind of magic! — If you’ve been following along on stories, you’ll know I’ve arrived on a very different island in Asia, Taiwan, and am so excited to explore this ridiculously beautiful place. So, have you been? Where did you love? Any favourite hikes? Any must visit spots? I’m in need of all the tips so drop your pearls of wisdom below!
I mean, there are worse ways to end the day, right? Drinking in another blazing Port Barton sunset and I’m pretty sure this lucky paddler has the best seat in the house. — This time last week I had just touched back down in Asia, somewhere completely new for me that’s just a smidge north of these beautiful islands. Stories incoming tomorrow so stay tuned!
Travel doesn’t always have to be about the big experiences - conquering the highest peaks, getting the adrenaline pumping or ticking things off your bucket list. More and more I’m learning that most often it’s the quiet experiences that shape your perceptions of a place. The curious snippets of everyday scenes, the comings and goings, the in between fragments of life being lived. The man selling mangoes on the corner, the stolen silence before dawn breaks, the tuk tuk whizzing down a side street or the girl and her bucket collecting shellfish along the beach as the final light of day dwindles behind the palms.
Sunsets in Komodo National Park are something of a spectacle. After a jam-packed day of diving, hiking, chasing waterfalls or simply getting better acquainted with the hostel hammock, it’s something of a ritual to clamber up the conical hills on the outskirts of Labuan Bajo to watch the show unfold. Hazy blues melt into candy floss pinks and impossible shades of burnt orange and fuchsia creep across the horizon. The landscapes shift into silhouette and are engulfed by darkness far too soon. Really, it’s the only way to end a sun-drenched, salty-haired day in this simply gorgeous pocket of Indonesia.
For the love of tea! — One of my favourite things is pottering about or curling up with a steaming hot cuppa. It’s one of life’s true simple pleasures, especially on the road, and something I can consume endlessly. So when I discovered that Malaysia had miles of the stuff carpeting it’s mountain hillsides, this spot naturally crept to the top of my list. — Though admittedly the Cameron Highlands didn’t quite win me over, these striking green fields of tea rolling towards a hazy mountain backdrop was an undeniably beautiful place to spend a morning lost in nature. And the tea? Well, I can confirm I left with more than one box of the stuff. — So fellow tea lovers, what’s your go to brew?
Dreamy afternoons in Port Barton. This sleepy fishing village doesn’t make it into many people’s itineraries, but it quickly became one of my favourite places in the Philippines. Down a winding potholed road engulfed by scenes of tangled vines and spiky palms, you arrive to a tiny knot of dusty roads where ripe mangoes droop beside the road and the methodical lullaby of rolling waves is never far away. It’s a place of vast empty beaches, an endless trail of palm trees and jungle-clad hills that are ripe for exploration. People say Port Barton is what El Nido was a decade ago and it’s inevitable that change will come quickly to this beautiful pocket of Palawan, but for now, things here roll at an infinitely slower pace and that laidback village charm is still very much alive.
Nothing says welcome to Asia like smack of tropical heat as you step off the plane, the funky aroma of smoke, street food and gasoline mingling in the air, and the friendly ‘beep beep’ of a scooter as it races by before being swallowed by the crowd. — I spent the better part of today researching and planning my next trip to this crazy content in T-2-weeks, and i think it’s safe to say the excitement has officially kicked in!
Give me a sun-drenched beach and dreamy blue seas and I’ll be a very happy little traveller. . This is Kalanggaman Island, a wonderful and wildly popular day trip from the north of Cebu, especially among locals on a weekend getaway. But if you’re seeking an idyllic castaway island with powdery white sand, pristine aquamarine water and palm trees in full supply, then this tiny blip on the map will do just fine.
Hiking the dusty trails of Padar Island as the soft morning glow crept across its ancient furrows and folds was pure magic. - This viewpoint has become something of an Insta-spot over the last few years, but no matter how many times you may see this place filling the squares on your screens, I promise you it’s SO much more epic in person! (swipety swipe for the full panorama)
Philippines or Faroes? Every photo I’d ever seen of El Nido was all stark cliffs and sun-drenched beaches etched in a palette of brilliant turquoise and vivid green. Pretty much exactly what you’d expect from a place that is regularly voted among the world’s most beautiful islands. I, however, arrived to torrential rain and angry clouds that held an unwavering grip on the dramatic limestone peaks that pierce the horizon making the place resemble the windswept isles of the Arctic rather than the tropical paradise I had been promised. Still, it may not have been the El Nido I was expecting, but it was still a bloody beautiful one that I got!
On the far north tip of Ghizo Island, Saeraghi offers up a wonderful glimpse of village life in the Solomons. The sweet scent of frangipani hangs thick on the air, the gentle sloshing of waves bleeds through the trees, stilted wooden houses line the single sandy road, women busy themselves indoors while men set off across the lagoon. There’s no hustle or bustle here, no incessant traffic or sounds of chaos. It’s rustic and remote and the slow pace of it all is utterly infectious. ___ @visitsolomonislands #VisitSolomons
Lazy mornings in Munda. Beyond the tight grid of dusty streets and colourful market place, this view was how each day here began and ended, gazing out across the still lagoon at the shrouded peaks of Rendova Island. This was the place to congregate for breakfast, to gear up for a dive, to escape an afternoon downpour, to nurse an evening wine and to watch the burnt orange stain of dusk creep across the sky. Just beautiful. ___ @visitsolomonislands #visitsolomons
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