Por Catalina Vásquez
27 noviembre, 2015

¡Viaja y disfruta del mundo junto a ellas!

¿Hace poco que llegaste de un viaje y tu tarjeta de crédito quedó con números negativos? Pues no te preocupes y sigue viajando a través de la pantalla de tu celular. Puede sonar un poco deprimente, pero la verdad, es que los 5 Instagram de viajeras que mostraremos a continuación, son una excelente inspiración para seguir trabajando y juntando el dinero suficiente, como para volver a hacer las maletas y recorrer el mundo de norte a sur y de este a oeste.

¿Quieres saber de qué estamos hablando específicamente? Pon atención a estos Instagram y comienza a seguirlos.

1. Girl Eat World

Melissa Hie ama tres cosas en la vida: Viajar, comer y tomar fotografías. Su cuenta de Instagram tiene más de 200 mil seguidores, y la razón, la podrás descubrir a continuación:

Happy mid-autumn festival! This is an important holiday celebrated in many east asian culture, namely Chinese (Moon festival), Vietnamese (Children's day), Japanese (Tsukimi – literal translation of "Moon Viewing") and Korean (Chuseok / Hangawi). Though the name differs across countries and cultures, it seems to be originated from friends and family gathering for celebration of full harvest moon – hence the mooncake! In chinese tradition, the mooncake is a delicacy offered at celebration of mid-autumn. These days the mooncake is offered even for business clients which has resulted in fancy mooncakes made by high-end hotel brands. In Singapore, a good mooncake can cost anywhere between $52-$68 for a box of 8! You also have to be careful when eating these since they are deceptively high in calories due to the rich filling (normally red bean, lotus or salted egg yolk) There are many variations of legends associated with this festival but my favorite has got to be the one with a selfless rabbit sacrificing itself for others. The story goes: Once upon a time, three deities from the Moon transformed themselves into poor old men and went begging for food on earth from a monkey, a fox and a rabbit. The monkey and fox gave them food, but the rabbit was poor and did not have anything to give. So instead, the rabbit decided to throw itself into a fire so that the old men can have food. The deities were so touched by the rabbit's selfless act that they let the rabbit live in the Moon Palace with them. Might sound like a crazy story, but apparently "Rabbit that lives in the moon" is observed in many east asian and aztec culture, resulting in variations of folklores that tells of a rabbit and the moon. This is believed to have originated from markings on the moon that resembles a rabbit, which can be seen during the full moon. You can search for "Moon Rabbit" if you are interested!

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Ella muestra la comida local de cada país con un fondo de ensueño. Te hace imaginar el sabor, el olor, el ruido ambiente, la temperatura, y muchas otras cosas, gracias a sus espectaculares fotografías.

PD: También le gusta pintarse las uñas


2. Phine Loves

Josephine, una chica alemana pero que vive en Singapur, podría convertirse en la envidia de cualquiera. Un día está tomando un delicioso desayuno lleno de frutas tropicales en Tailandia y al día siguiente se puede encontrar en un maravilloso baño caliente con flores en Indonesia.

¡Un sueño!


3. The World Up Closer

Shea Powell es una experimentada trotamundos oriunda de Jamaica, que se dedica a recorrer y mostrar lo mejor de Sudamérica. Revisa algunas de sus fotos a continuación y descubre si vale la pena seguirla:

Finding the cutest places around town! Oh L.A my love for you already seems endless!

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#TBT To this awesome journey in the south of Chile Pucón, Chile Tag someone you'd like to visit here with (:

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This sunset = Life Goals Owning every second that this world can give! #Jamaica #WakeUpAndLive

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Reminiscing on Brazil! One of my favorite nature walk photos taken. – Jardim Botânico, Río de Janeiro

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¿Hermosos colores no?


4. Polkadot Passport

Nicola Easterby tiene 21 años, pero sabe perfectamente cómo disfrutar de la vida. Es australiana, fotógrafa de viajes y bloguera. Tiene nada menos que 23 mil seguidores en su cuenta de Instagram, y eso, lo podrás entender cuando revises algunas de sus fotos llenas de vida y color.

Finally christening my Turkish teacup ☕️ Probably one of the most treasured things I've brought back from my travels

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In total awe of this place. Such beauty in the details of the Blue Mosque. #topdecker @topdecktravel

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After eating out at a French restaurant last night in Sydney I can't stop dreaming of Paree

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¡Me encanta su trabajo!


5. Miss Hedwig

Y finalmente, pero no menos importante, es Carol Peña. Una chica española, directora de arte, viajera apasionada y fotógrafa, que tiene más de 600 mil seguidores en su cuenta de Instagram. Su amor por el mundo lo podrás conocer a continuación:

1, 2, 3… splash

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este año he vivido un invierno tropical y un verano polar. los cambios molan.

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we survived! the camel ridding ✌️ PS: thanks for the ride, buddies!

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let's get lost

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