06. 15. 11. 08:49 pm ♥ 16
This would be me if I ever got my hands on an EU passport. Some girl in my class got one through Italian ancestors and I secretly hated her ever since.

This would be me if I ever got my hands on an EU passport. Some girl in my class got one through Italian ancestors and I secretly hated her ever since.

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06. 09. 11. 01:47 pm

Faded Paper Figures- North by North

"Dreamers leaving every day
To islands on the sea,
lands I’ve never seen,
things will get calmer—follow me.”


06. 09. 11. 12:16 am ♥ 3

How To Fit 10 Days Worth Of Stuff In A Standard Carry-On - The Consumerist

if only, if only

06. 08. 11. 10:37 am ♥ 2
I bought a vintage suitcase like this once, and immediately regretted it the second I stepped into the airport. Romantic, definitely. Comfortable, practical, convenient? Unfortunately not.

I bought a vintage suitcase like this once, and immediately regretted it the second I stepped into the airport. Romantic, definitely. Comfortable, practical, convenient? Unfortunately not.

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06. 07. 11. 05:37 pm

Eels - Beginner’s Luck (by Ghelthon

)

The road in front of us is long and it is wide
We’ve got beginner’s luck, we’ve got it on our side
With you I will and well I think I’m qualified
And with beginner’s luck we’ve got to take the ride

I’ve got a plan you know I’ve got it all worked out
And all you gotta do is pack your bags and check your doubts
You come around and you will see just what I am

06. 15. 11. 08:44 pm ♥ 2

Travel Sheep.

Tomorrow I will board an airplane in the same baby blue t-shirt as 21 other people while wearing yoga pants and tevas. Shudder. Apparently in order to do some good in the world (a Habitat build in Honduras) I must first become every person that I’ve ever made fun of in an airport. I want to c’est la vie…but after 2 decades of being taught that you should always look put together and powerful while traveling I just can’t roll with these punches.

I have managed to say no to every variety of cargo pant though. Little victories.

06. 09. 11. 10:34 am
We travel, some of us forever, to seek other states, other lives, other souls.

Anaïs Nin

(Who, by the way, was once married to two men at once. One lived in NYC, and one (who was 16 years her junior) lived in California. She called this situation her “bi-coastal trapeze.”)

06. 08. 11. 10:44 am
If the world were merely seductive, that would be easy. If it were merely challenging, that would be no problem. But I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.
EB White
06. 07. 11. 11:34 pm ♥ 4
ukluvrs:


For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go.
I travel for travel’s sake.
The great affair is to move. 
          -Robert Loius Stevenson, Travels with a Donkey

ukluvrs:

For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go.

I travel for travel’s sake.

The great affair is to move. 

          -Robert Loius Stevenson, Travels with a Donkey

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06. 07. 11. 05:25 pm ♥ 27
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