Ethnotek bags...AMAZEBALLS! →

Came across this in the form of an accident. But oh so glad I interrupted a conversation to learn about this and the great story behind it. Can’t wait to get my paws on one of these bags and then start looking for other people out there with THREADS so we can trade! It’s a story worth telling and one worth sharing. I’m gonna turn this into a global scavenger hunt…

Maine done in 3 days. Way too quick of a trip - but a much needed getaway with my cousin and her family + friends. Now that I’ve got a taste of what beautiful Maine has to offer, I want the full meal deal! From Portland to Boothbay, from Camden to Acadia National Park I’ve not met such friendly people and eaten so much gosh darn lobster. 

Add this to my “Places I need to go” list.
tra-velne-ws:

Cano Cristales – A River of Colors

Add this to my “Places I need to go” list.

tra-velne-ws:

Cano Cristales – A River of Colors

Keukenhof Gardens in Holland. Tulips for days!

From the dandelion seeds to the terraces, a day spent Pamukkale, Turkey is a beautiful one! 

The Greenhouse Effect →

See ya Friday! 

Wow, amazing! Would love to see this with my own eyes. 

theoceanisforwinners:

Derweze, also known as the door to hell, is a 70 meter wide hole in the middle of the Karakum desert in Turkmenistan. The hole was formed in 1971 when a team of soviet geologists had their drilling rig collapse when they hit a cavern filled with natural gas. In an attempt to avoid poisonous discharge, they decided to burn it off, thinking that the gas would be depleted in only a few days. Derweze is still burning today 

(Source: goodnamesgone)

When I am rich (*when*), I shall add this to my list of places to visit! Sir Richard Branson’s once private island has been opened to the public…at a nice little price tag. Makepeace Island.

When I am rich (*when*), I shall add this to my list of places to visit! Sir Richard Branson’s once private island has been opened to the public…at a nice little price tag. Makepeace Island.

A few local places you will find me this summer! 

GOOD maps out history's greatest journeys. →

Which journey would you most like to recreate on your own?

Reading Holy Cow on the beaches of Goa, India when an actual holy cow came up and tried to eat it. Think he was mad? Has to be one of my most unique beach experiences.

Reading Holy Cow on the beaches of Goa, India when an actual holy cow came up and tried to eat it. Think he was mad? Has to be one of my most unique beach experiences.

a story for tomorrow.

Great question to ponder: “Are you happy with your story?”

(Source: matadornetwork.com)

The Versalette →

This is the greatest travel accessory since the headlamp!

This may be a bold statement because I have yet to try the Versalette out - but I have confidence in the fiber of its being and am so excited to get mine and take it on a field trip to Turkey. If you are a backpacker then you will appreciate its versatility and functionality! Not to mention the space saved in that little backpack of yours…

In their words: “You live an adventurous life. You travel. You work. You play. You’re not a slave to the latest trends. And you have more interesting things to add to your life than a new wardrobe each season. That’s where {r}evolution apparel comes in.

The collection consists of 10 pieces that can be mixed and matched to create over 100 different looks. Each piece is designed for maximum versatility, and can be worn a variety of ways, inherently designed for the minimalist woman.

Our Versalette is a shirt, a dress, a skirt, a mini-skirt, and a hood. Our dress is a maxi, a short cocktail dress, a bubble skirt, and a floor-length skirt. The entire collection fits together like fashionable puzzle pieces, creating as many looks as you can imagine.

Casual, dressy, hot weather, cold weather – it doesn’t matter. So pack your bags with our 10 pieces. Build a bonfire on the beach. Volunteer on an organic farm. Teach English to a classroom of kids. Heck, go drink champagne on a yacht.

Do whatever you want – your wardrobe is ready for the crazy turns your life’s adventures may take.”

This is a less than impressive photo I took on our way out to the Blue Hole as we prepared to dive into it - But the snapshot I took in my mind was one of the grandest experiences of my life. There was a brief panic attack that ensued as soon as I left the safety of the reef and found nothing but endless dark blue ocean below me. Once I caught my breath though, the euphoria kicked in and never left.
The Blue Hole is listed at the top of "The world’s most magical dive sites" created by Lonely Planet. Need to start looking into exploring those other 9!

This is a less than impressive photo I took on our way out to the Blue Hole as we prepared to dive into it - But the snapshot I took in my mind was one of the grandest experiences of my life. There was a brief panic attack that ensued as soon as I left the safety of the reef and found nothing but endless dark blue ocean below me. Once I caught my breath though, the euphoria kicked in and never left.

The Blue Hole is listed at the top of "The world’s most magical dive sites" created by Lonely Planet. Need to start looking into exploring those other 9!