November 3, 2016

FALL

Hey you,

How are you?  Thank you for taking your time to click the link since I doubt if people pay attention to the bio. Speaking of bios is it, link in bio or link on bio?. For my sanity’s sake please tell me what it is. Well Thank you for helping me achieve more than 1000 hits, I am grateful for that.

This was supposed to be an October post. But life happens ( I lost my data, fellas back up your stuff it goes a long way) and procrastination and aliens ( they are real) and blue ticks don’t you just love blue ticks. Any way my October 2015, hashtag nostalgia, I got to have a mini Euro tour.I got to go to a small town called St. Gallen in Switzerland. I actually went to intern so no sponsor story here. I went to Switzerland ( Geneva, Zurich and St. Gallen), Germany ( Munich and Constance) plus when I was going to Munich I took a bus I passed by Austria, that counts right? So basically I got to witness Autumn, Fall or whatever you call it. Here are a some of my favorite shots that made it to the cut. Looking back I thought these were my best-est but hey we grow up, so you might have seen some of them on my instagram but I switched up some edits. So tell me how you like them.

  1. St. Gallen.

Small town,they speak lots of German since they are 51 minutes away from Constance (Konstanz) Germany. It is home to the Annual St. Gallen Symposium and Abbey of Saint Gall which is a UNESCO heritage.

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2. Constance ( Konstanz) and Munich.

Constance, fave part about it was the Imperia statue, The statue is based on a short satire called “La Bella Imperia”Munich was a cultural melting point for me because I met two  Kenyans on my way back to Swiss and we were on a bus ride plus I met other people from all over the globe too,  I forgot to change my cash and I could not buy anything except for the food shout out to the kind Lebanese people accepted my coins .I thank God almost every church  and place  I visited was free. I spent roughly four hours in Constance and six hours in Munich.

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4.Zurich

Zurich despite it being a weekday I was shocked how vibrant and busy it was. Places to see include the Zurich Lock Bridge it is the mwitu version of the Paris one and they have amazing museums which I never got to see so I will not go into that so enjoy the little I captured 🙂 .

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Thanks for stopping by. Make sure you exfoliate,drink water and love yourself.

Jodie.

 

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    18 Comments

  • VanillaLover November 4, 2016
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    Great article Jodie. Those pictures are beyond gorgeous. Oh and it’s link in bio and not link on bio. Don’t ask how I know, I just know.

    • thebongolese November 4, 2016
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      Hahaha Because it is in your line of work. Thanks for stopping by Dominic.

  • Bintiesque November 4, 2016
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    beautiful pictures dear, I used to be confused about “link in bio” and “link in bio” until I decided “link in bio” sounded more correct. Thank you for sharing.xx

    • thebongolese November 4, 2016
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      Thanks a lot dear.I think in sounds better too, Agreed. Bless.

  • Miring’u November 4, 2016
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    Kazi nzuri hii. 🙂

  • John Naismith November 5, 2016
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    Hearty post and lovely pictures as always, I pray you have more trips so you can bless us with more pics(B A R S intended).. It’s “link in bio” because a bio is a container of text and words and stuff..stay blessed..

    • thebongolese November 7, 2016
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      Thank you John. Hopefully God will bless me with more. LOL at the bio is a container.

  • Oswald Jacob November 8, 2016
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    You are a beast at this my dear,I hope you get more exposed to the world so they can get to see the works of your magical hands. Supporting you always ❤️

    • thebongolese November 10, 2016
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      Aww uncle, Thank you for your kind words. Thanks for being supportive,blessings.

  • Andre Mgowano November 8, 2016
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    beautiful pictures… and yet here I am commenting while thinking in my head the use of the word beautiful is an understatement to this reel.

  • Sabrina November 9, 2016
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    Stunning work. Truly an inspiration to us fellow Tanzanians

  • Yvonne November 15, 2016
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    Wowzest

  • Reply

    Wow amazing photos!!

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