Hi everyone @LivingUKTaiwan here with today's edition of the #TravelDigest. I always love it when we have a great variety of travel posts on Pinmapple. Today for our Top 3 post, we go diving with sardines (yes!!) in Cebu, Philippines, then we go for spin in a Porsche (yes! yes!) around Barcelona, Spain, and finally round off with a walk through the backstreets in Bangkok Thailand. It's only with Pinmapple can you get so much travel variety on Hive!! If you haven't followed us yet, hit the follow button now!
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🥇 FISHY EXTRAVAGANZA: Moalboal Philippines. by @biggypauls
Often people ask how many do you think there are and for me it's impossible to give a honest answer, I hear numbers being quoted from hundreds of thousands to one, two, three million but I question where these people get there numbers from, as far as I am aware no real study has taken place so at best these numbers are guess work. One thing for sure in many years of diving it is by far the largest body of fish I have ever encountered and they are mesmerizing to watch.
🥈 Our first road trip after lockdown by @feelingporsche
After breakfast we drove around the Alt Camp and then went to Priorat, a county that never ceases to leave us in awe. The vast extension of vineyards, the Serra de Montsant and the ancient tiny villages make it one of our favorite parts of Catalonia and even the world. If we had to give you a tip on things to do here, we’d clearly say go to a winery to have a wine tasting! We promise you they won’t let you down.
🥉 Walking the Backstreets of Bangkok !! by @bigsambucca
Today was a nice day for a walk in Bangkok city a little cooler and more overcast so it meant a little more shade from the sun , i decided heading into the suburban areas again the roads less traveled always have more interest to me seeing how the locals live there daily lives. I started of walking along the Bangkok canal just to get a look at some of them old wooden homes which have been past down by the family generations some you will find totally run down and even abandon but these ones i saw were pretty much intact and were been looked after.
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