Você Sabia?

28 lugares isolados que podem curar uma alma cansada

O estilo de vida acelerado e mecânico de hoje nos deixa cansados ​​e esgotam nossa energia completamente. Nós nos sentimos totalmente esgotados e sonhamos com uma fuga da nossa rotina diária. Nosso corpo e alma exigem restauração e isolamento. Desejamos perder a noção do tempo e diminuir o ritmo de vida. Nós desejamos um lugar com solidão, tranquilidade e paz – uma cabana com vista para as montanhas, uma pequena cabana ao lado de um rio, ou apenas em algum lugar no meio do nada. Listamos 28 lugares isolados “fora deste mundo” que poderiam fornecer o tão necessário isolamento para sua mente e o rejuvenescimento de sua alma, longe da multidão barulhenta.

1. Arquipélago de Vestmannaeyjar – Ilha Ellidaey, Islândia

View this post on Instagram

• i c e l a n d Of course #EllidaeyIsland

A post shared by l e t r i p t y q u e (@le_triptyque) on

2. St. Thomas perto de Škofja Loka, Eslovênia

3. Meteora – Tessália, Grécia

4. Em algum lugar perto da costa da Colúmbia Britânica, Canadá

5. Em algum lugar na floresta, leste da Finlândia

6. Casa no meio do rio Drina, Bajina Basta, Sérvia

7. Hrafntinnusker, entre Landmannalaugar e o lago Alftvatn, Islândia

8. Pavilhão de Xadrez, Monte Hua, China

View this post on Instagram

Probably the most beautiful and hard to reach chess pavilion in the world 😍 (you have to put on a harness and hike down Somersault Cliff 🧗🏻‍♂️😅). Imagine playing chess while sipping on some tea back in the days though 🍵🍵♟ – Chess Pavilion is located in Huashan Mountain near Xi’an, the ancient capital of China and the eastern starting point of the silk road. 🏞🏞 . . . . #natgeoyourshot #explorechina #huashan #chesspavilion #xian #china #travelchina #chinatravel #西安 #华山 #tlpicks #中国 #山 #mountain #landscapephotography #girlswhoexplore #travelawesome #mountainhike #dametraveler #tlasia #mounthua #风景 #traveler #hike #adventure #adventureblog #ForbesTravelGuide #BBCTravel #guardiantravelsnaps #LonelyPlanet

A post shared by La Vie En Rose 🌸✨ (@sakurabarbie) on

9. Ilha de Kotissari, Finlândia

10. Cabana Solvay, Matterhorn, Suíça

11. Pilar Katskhi, Geórgia

View this post on Instagram

M Y S T E R I O U S • G E M The Katskhi pillar is a – 40 meters tall – natural and imposing limestone monolith, located about 10 kilometers from the mining town of Chiatura, Georgia. At the summit of the pillar are the remains of a small church, abandoned for centuries before researchers decided to ascend it. It is now inhabited by Maxime Qavtaradze, a local monk who climbed the monolith in 1993 because he wanted to be closer to God and has been living here since then. ✈️ 🌏 👌 #tailormade #local #evaneos_travel #evaneos #travel #photooftheday #gofurther #wonderlust #potd #wishlist #outdooradventures #lovetotravel #travelphotography #fantastic_earth #exploremore #igtravel #travelingram #instatraveling #georgia #georgie #georgia🇬🇪 #georgiaphotographer #georgiatravel #georgiatrip #georgiatravelmoments #katshkipillar

A post shared by Evaneos (@evaneos) on

12. Em algum lugar na Suécia

13. Holmur Reykjanes, Islândia

14. Vale do Paro, Butão

View this post on Instagram

Tiger’s Nest is a prominent Himalayan Buddhist sacred site nestled in the cliffside of the upper Paro valley in Bhutan. It hangs on at a precarious 10,240 ft above the Paro valley. The rock slopes are very steep, with the monastery buildings built right into the rock face. . Tiger’s Nest was first built in 1692 to encapsulate the Taktsang Senge Samdup cave, where Guru Padmasambhava is said to have meditated for three years, three months, three weeks, three days and three hours in the 8th century. Padmasambhava is credited with introducing Buddhism to Bhutan and this temple of meditation caves have become the cultural icon of Bhutan. . To learn more about HANAH’s work with the Kingdom of Bhutan visit the link in our bio (or here: https://goo.gl/gkW96c) . 📷 @justinbastien

A post shared by HANAH (@hanahliving) on

15. Munnar, Índia

16. Em algum lugar na Escócia

17. Enseada de Peggy, Nova Escócia, Canadá

18. Um templo Zen Budista em Kyoto, Japão

19. Ilhas Faroe, Dinamarca

View this post on Instagram

An excerpt from my journal this morning. It’s 4am and I landed in Brisbane for a layover. I sat in the middle seat my last flight and didn’t get any sleep… I tend to get grumpy when I don’t get my sleep. I had booked my tickets online and my seats were just picked automatically. I pulled my tickets out of my pocket to check my seats for my next flight and as I looked at it I let out a huge sigh accompanied with a lengthy, eye roll. A fit any 5 year old would have been proud of. I marched myself over to the ticket counter as any self respecting human with another middle seat would do to demand my seat change. As I marched to the seemingly empty gate I spotted the to-be victim of my tired state sitting behind the counter. She was a middle aged lady with a name tag that read “Mandy”. She also had a smile on her face that belonged on no human being at 4 in the morning. “wow you look just like my son!” She said before I even got to the counter to voice my demands. I was caught of-guard as I was not anticipating a personal comment from the person designated to hear my displeasure. I tried to compose myself and responded “your son must be very handsome then” with a stupid grin on my face. Mandy chuckled and said “he is! He’s also a really good man, I know you are too”. I didn’t know what to say. At this point my whole demeanor had changed. I went from slouched over to perfect posture, and my mood went from annoyed to happy. Mandy then asked “what can I do for you?” At this point I had totally forgot why I was even up there and had to regather my thoughts. In the most polite way possible I asked her if there were any other seats available. What seemed like more to her dismay than mine she told me there were only middle seats available. With a big smile I thanked Mandy for her time and went on to sit in the middle seat on that 10 hour flight with a completely changed attitude. Mandy spoke something over me this morning. She told me I was a good person without even knowing me and she made that true for myself. With those words My mood changed and I became the good person that she believed me to be. Words are a powerful force. Thank you for your words, Mandy.

A post shared by Josiah William Gordon (@josiahwg) on

20. Em algum lugar na Islândia

21. Antigo chalé na floresta em Stradbally, Irlanda

22. Cabana no topo do Monte Brown, Nova Zelândia

23. No meio de um campo de arroz em Yunnan, China

24. Terraços de campos de arroz, Mu Chang Chai, Vietnã

25. Ile De Saint Cado, França

26. Ilha rochosa de East Sister, Florida Keys, EUA

27. Siglufjörður, Islândia

View this post on Instagram

Whenever we go for a walk around Siglufjörður, we cannot stop admiring this dark blue house. It's just beautiful! ❤ Interestingly, Icelanders do not go for a walk so often. So when we are walking around the town, sometimes we see someone in the window or in front of the house – most often they are very surprised at our sight. They rather do not respond to a smile. In Iceland, just like in Poland, smiling at strangers is something unnatural. ________________________ Zawsze kiedy spacerujemy po Siglufjörður, nie możemy się napatrzeć na ten granatowy dom. Jest przepiękny! ❤ Co ciekawe, Islandczycy raczej na spacery nie chodzą. Więc kiedy my tak przechadzamy się uliczkami, czasem widzimy kogoś w oknie lub przed domem – najczęściej jest bardzo zdziwiony na nasz widok. Na uśmiech raczej nie odpowiada. Na Islandii, podobnie jak w Polsce, uśmiechanie się do obcych jest czymś mało naturalnym. #biteoficeland _________________________ #icelandroadtrip #myicelandtravel #epiciceland #wanderlust #ísland #iceland #exploretocreate #earthfocus #islandia #siglufjörður #northiceland #traveliniceland #icelandhouse

A post shared by Adam Biernat (@adambiernatstudio) on

28. Em algum lugar no Canadá

Esses lugares isolados certamente fornecerão o rejuvenescimento que sua alma precisa. Para onde você está indo nas próximas férias? Conte-nos alguns outros lugares que dão consolo para a alma nos comentários.

Continuar lendo

Posts relacionados