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May

What happens in Vegas usually stays in Vegas, but I’ll share with you this once!

04

May

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01

May

A vacation spot out of season always has a very special magic.
Max von Sydow

12

Apr

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A walk in the countryside and a song in your heart is all you need to find love
As an ancient festival for matchmaking and fertility, Shangsi has been celebrated in many different ways over the years, which has lead to a variety of traditions all over China today. 
More on Shangsi Festival by Somewhere in the world today…
Pitcture: Shangsi Festival by Jungle Key

somewhereintheworldtoday:

A walk in the countryside and a song in your heart is all you need to find love

As an ancient festival for matchmaking and fertility, Shangsi has been celebrated in many different ways over the years, which has lead to a variety of traditions all over China today. 

More on Shangsi Festival by Somewhere in the world today…

Pitcture: Shangsi Festival by Jungle Key

No one realizes how beautiful it is to travel until he comes home and rests his head on his old, familiar pillow.
Lin Yutang

27

Mar

#Ayoopa pitching at #houdemoday #starthouston

#Ayoopa pitching at #houdemoday #starthouston

25

Mar

Guess where? #traveldiaries

Guess where? #traveldiaries

Travel Diaries: My Trip to Italy!

During my semester abroad in Lyon, France, we had a whopping two week vacation in the middle of October for some Catholic holiday I had never heard of before (thank you, French educational system). Two friends and I spent the break backpacking (as in, I literally only had my tiny backpack – not a smart decision) through Italy. We hit up Venice, Florence, Rome, Naples, Bologna, Milan and Turin. It was two weeks filled with Ancient Roman ruins, Renaissance-era cathedrals, crazy good gnocchi, and avoiding street vendors trying to sell us roses and these weird rubber bouncy balls (why would I want that?!).

Despite moving around almost non-stop, it was an incredibly relaxing and enjoyable trip. There were, of course, a few (2, 3, or 4…not important)  “struggulous” moments where I missed the train to the next city and had to catch up. But still, I had the time of my life and would definitely it to any and everybody else. Two thumbs for Italy!

 

-Ross Carrington

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23

Mar

Travelers repose and dream among my leaves.
William Blake