Mornings in Tulum 🌞 Had no idea what to expect when coming here but was pleasantly surprised with Tulum. The main street is not that long and all of the restaurants and shops are pretty close together. There’s a focus on health and wellness that I love, with natural and vegan restaurants and options of mediation and yoga throughout the different resorts. Tata Tulum is such a beautiful boutique hotel right on the sand. Their pool just opened up and is absolutely perfect. Food is good, staff is very friendly, and plenty of things to do to fill your time. Oh, and did I mention they have swings? 😍
Play date ✨ It’s not every day that you get to play with 30 baby elephants 🐘 The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is the most successful orphan-elephant rescue and rehabilitation program in the world and one of the pioneering conservation organizations for wildlife and habitat protection in East Africa.
The Masai Mara in Kenya is such a beautiful, magical, and untouched part of the world. A reminder and perfect example of the incredible balance of nature. There are too many human caused ecological imbalances in the world so it has been so nice to be here and take this in. Thank you Tangulia Mara Camp for showing us the beauty of your backyard and for the most amazing stay, food, and service at camp ⛺️🐘🦒🦓🐆🦁
For all the messages I receive from people with either Breast Implant illness or Lyme disease, I am proud of how strong you are with being your own advocate in a world where these diseases aren’t recognized as much as they should be. Not sure how many cases it takes for the CDC to notice and truly help, but both of these illnesses are seeing thousands of new cases daily. The guidelines for Lyme disease are so outdated, saying that it starts with a tick bite, and then a “bulls eye” rash follows and you can be cured by a course of antibiotics, so wrong. I don’t ever remember being bitten by a tick. They are starting to prove that it can be passed from mother to child during pregnancy and even some studies show it can be sexually transmitted with the bacteria appearing in bodily fluids. They also do not screen blood for it when people get a blood transfusion, so you can get it that way as well. It’s a bacteria similar to syphillis, spiral in shape, that just multiplies and takes over your body. You don’t know what it’s going to affect which is why symptoms are different for different people which makes it hard to diagnose. Symptoms can range from fatigue and forgetfulness to paralysis and seizures. There’s a good documentary called “Under Our Skin” that teaches so much about it, definitely worth watching. 🙏❤️ @infusiobeverlyhills really helped me when antibiotics failed. I am not all the way better but about 80% better than I was 💚 I appreciate any comments or stories and really encourage people to look more into what this disease is because I think unless something is done, we are going to be seeing a lot more of it.