Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost

This is a journal of my wandering feet

explore-everywhere:

pearlkillers:

one of the coolest dudes I’ve met while on the road just got back from his 15-month adventure around the world and posted this video. honored to say I’ve thrown Holi colors, eaten 10-cent sandwiches, and scaled Himalaya trails with this guy.

prepare for severe wanderlust.

prepare for severe wanderlust” …got that right. 

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overlordestelle:

Asia (inspired by x)

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When in Rome … Visit Viterbo and Bracciano

The other week I attempted to go to Orvieto, a small town North of Rome in Umbria. However, no one told me there were two Platform 2’s at the station so, while I was there 40 mins early, I still managed to miss the train. I’m brilliant, I know. 

I decided just to get the next train somewhere else instead. That place was Viterbo. I’d heard that the medieval centre was beautiful and it definitely was. While there was little to do there, wandering round occupied me for a good few hours. 

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I still had time before I’d planned to arrive back from Orvieto and, having passed through Bracciano on the way to Viterbo and seen the Castle, I decided I would make a stop in there. 

It’s a very sleepy medieval town on Lake Bracciano. It’s famous, I guess, for the castle that hosted Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ Wedding. But there’s more to it than that. I actually did attempt to sneak into the castle and got as far as the front door before being caught. But it was fun while it lasted. 

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I went to find a nice view of the lake after that debacle and, while taking a picture of said lake, this man came up to me, tried to put his arm round me and take a picture with me, whilst leaning in to kiss me telling me to come closer. Ew. And his, possibly, partner was stood there egging him on, laughing. She made it weirder. I got the picture and left.

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You can walk down to the lake as well, if you don’t mind the walk back up (which is a little like walking up the side of a wall). It’s nice but there’s not a lot there. 

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They’re both very beautiful towns, easy to see in a few hours, and nice to wander round in. So, all in all, the day didn’t end up so bad after all.

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We dressed up as The Spice Girls last night to celebrate Carnevale. I was Ginger Spice. Such fun!
holdyourlangue:

I keep seeing these ‘how to say I love you in different languages’ posts, so I decided to do one of my own <333 

holdyourlangue:

I keep seeing these ‘how to say I love you in different languages’ posts, so I decided to do one of my own <333 

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Europe - inspired by (x)

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UK Accents

This is for people who still say “British accent”

kaiitea:

talkingklaroline:

josebambi:

Saw one of these things for the USA. decided we needed an english version.

OMG MY TOWN IS ON THERE. DYING RIGHT NOW. 

this makes me feel very patriotic

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When in Rome … See the Pope

I was passing close to the Vatican yesterday and thought to myself “my God, what is that huge crowd of people doing. I’ll go and investigate”. Turns out they were listening to the Pope.

But on the way out I jumped over a barrier to leave as the crowds were so big and my trousers ripped … I feel it was a sign. Maybe he know I wasn’t religious and was just shamelessly there to take photos.

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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Travelers - Surrealist Sculptures Bruno Catalano

"Travelers", a series of surrealist sculptures by French artist Bruno Catalano, a dozen were installed during the month of September in the streets of Marseilles in the framework of the European Capital of Culture 2013. The amazing sculptures pictured here look like they’re missing vital organs. B Catalano who says the invisible bodies represent a world citizen. This beautiful series of sculptures queries as its meaning from its implementation, and evokes memories and things that every traveler inevitably leaves behind …
 

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himezawa:

converse-universe:

Just realised that the British currency does this.  Mind. Blown.


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himezawa:

converse-universe:

Just realised that the British currency does this.  Mind. Blown.

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“When you’re traveling, you are what you are, right there and then. People don’t have your past to hold against you. No yesterdays on the road.”

—   William Least Heat-Moon  (via inathens)

(Source: wanderforthblog, via coloursandstars)