/ Wanderlust Wednesday

Walking on a dream... #WanderlustWednesday

Dearest and sweetest Turtles,

It's time for your favourite #WanderlustWednesday!
And when you cover all of the world's countries, well... you can start getting REALLY picky! Here's our selection of the most exquisite posts shared by the Live2Leave community this week: Myanmar, Brazil, Armenia, Norway...It's as if they came straight out of a dream.
Thank you for inspiring us!


WW---10-04-MyanmarShwe Inn Tha Floating Resort on Inle Lake, Myanmar by French Turtle @victordillard

"Floating hotel on the lake with gorgeous views. 45min boat ride from Nyaung-shwe village. Very friendly staff and charming individual villas on stilts. Price is OK, though they do overcharge when booking day excursions through them. Worth it if you want to stay on the lake and not in Nyaung-shwe."

WW---10-04Le Clos Bernard in Méribel, France by fabulous Turtle @isabellabroden

"Best place to have lunch in the middle of the pine trees. The food is really good and the rosé... heaven!"

WW-April-10-04 Lençóis Maranhenses National Park in Maranhão, Brazil by Super-Turtle @fab

"Another Brazilian park definitely worth visiting: Lençóis de Maranhense. Large white sand desert striped by Caribbean blue lagunas. My advise is to also take a small plane trip to fully realize the colors and effect."

WW---10-04-ArmeniaLake Sevan in Armenia by Turtle @UPG

“One of the most beautiful sights in the country! Great hiking and fishing, as well as many opportunities to sample the local cuisine...”

WW-10-04-USA-okLuray Caverns in Virginia, United States by Super-Turtle in the making @MPlishka

"This place looks like a typical roadside attraction but what lies behind is really amazing. This is the reflecting pool in the caves."

WW-10-04---NorwayTromsø in Norway by Turtle @Bibo

"Dog sledding... One of the activities to do when hunting for the northern lights in Tromso."

WW---10-04-AustraliaNingaloo Reef in Australia by Turtle @Henrim

"Glamping at its best. Pricey but totally worth it. Ningaloo Reef is literally 3 meters off the beach. Amazing wildlife everywhere, and completely isolated from the rest of the world. No cell reception and no WiFi make the experience truly amazing."