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This is a discussion on ENFP Picture Thread within the ENFP Forum - The Inspirers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by Noyau Obscur @ nicoloco90 @ Falling Foxes That's explains the whole landscape, I never saw a real ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noyau Obscur View Post
    @nicoloco90 @Falling Foxes That's explains the whole landscape, I never saw a real volcanic land, and it is very peculiar, especially in contrast with theocean. What impressions did it leaves you Falling Foxes ? Google tell me that there is a place called Haria Valley, national park...despite being a small island, it seems to hold lot of iteresting spots :o
    And maybe you have a dual animal totem, the foxy parrot ! Aha, anyway, nice holidays.
    Yeah a couple of those pictures were taken in the park. It's hard to do the landscape justice with photos tbh. It's very touristic so not much Spanish culture that you might hope for but that's the Canary Islands for you. They have been bombarded with Brits and Germans.

    Discovered an amazing artist, Manrique, he's probably an ENFP himself. Dabbled in all things from architecture to sculpture to oil paintings and a little bit of activism fighting for the culture and beauty of the island to be preserved with his art. Pretty inspiring guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falling Foxes View Post
    Yeah a couple of those pictures were taken in the park. It's hard to do the landscape justice with photos tbh. It's very touristic so not much Spanish culture that you might hope for but that's the Canary Islands for you. They have been bombarded with Brits and Germans.

    Discovered an amazing artist, Manrique, he's probably an ENFP himself. Dabbled in all things from architecture to sculpture to oil paintings and a little bit of activism fighting for the culture and beauty of the island to be preserved with his art. Pretty inspiring guy.
    It gives an idea still, and I imagine that it must have been even more beautiful and soul engaging in real. Too bad if the local culture got erased by the touristic one, that's sad to lost the diversity of humanity, I notice it too in some places.
    I googled Manrique, César, he seems to have done lot of fighting for preserving the local culturel and environment of the island, guess it's part to his fight we can have pictures of land barred of any tall buildings and pubs like in now so many high touristic places (french riviera bonjour). His museum looks quite the sight !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falling Foxes View Post
    Alright, holiday pics, Lanzarote.

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    And Me!

     


    lol, no. But he was a lovely parrot.
    It does look like what I imagine mars would look like :p how long are you staying ?



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    14 years old me - time flies


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    Quote Originally Posted by ai.tran.75 View Post
    Super cute ! How old were you ?

    We had tea at a friends house - made cucumber sandwiches - Chicken Waldorf Salad sandwiches and curry Chicken Waldorf Salad sandwiches

    I brought the tea ( since I’m a tea fanatic ) flavor were
    Lychee Jasmine, watermelon oolong , lavender earl grey , and original oolong



    My favorite was the watermelon oolong
    My friend collects tea sets- we had tea at her house , which was very pleasant :)
    If your friend's a fan of tea, get Rose Congou for her. It's probably my favorite tea ever and I recommend it to everyone. Makes amazing sweetened iced tea as well and doesn't need much sugar either because it has a sweet essence on its own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jawz View Post
    If your friend's a fan of tea, get Rose Congou for her. It's probably my favorite tea ever and I recommend it to everyone. Makes amazing sweetened iced tea as well and doesn't need much sugar either because it has a sweet essence on its own.
    I do enjoy rose tea - never had rose Congou though , I’ll most definitely check it out


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    Got a new hat for the cold Siberian winters...


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