Tropical fruits

 

 

On my recent holiday to Mauritius, being a city boy and all I was struck by how many coconut, papaya, mango and lychee trees and their fruits I saw growing around the island. We need to do the same here with our native fruits. Can you imagine apple trees growing uninhibited on London’s streets. Would certainly help tackle our ‘obesity crisis’.

Credits: Website Dinas Perkebunan Provinsi Kalimantan Timur via GifCities and Internet Archive

Down the Coastal Road

 

When driving in the tropics, there’s two things that really lighten up the travel. Palm trees and spectacular sunsets.

Credits: C y b r S i n s and Tumblr via Mauricio Triviño, Sin buen net and Pinterest

Mauritius holiday Nov. 2018 – 1

 

From tomorrow until mid-December, I’ll be in Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, visiting my family there and generally having a good time!. Probably will not be able to post much, if at all, on Gifville, but will be missing you guys all the same.

Credits: mauritiusottawa via GifCities and Internet Archive

Landscapes: Bali, Indonesia

 

Fun Fact: Bali celebrates Nyepi day, a day on which the whole island is closed which means no work, no travel, and not even electricity; basically no noise. People spend the day in true reflection!

Credit: GIPHY

Putting your floppies on a pedestal

 

 

An ancient support, for buildings and for data storage.

Credits: Via Aidan Blowes, Vaporwave and Pinterest