Away From Here
Longer Ways To Go.
In a month, we’ll be back on the road again. For the first time, we will have no itineraries; just our passports, our backpacks and sturdy shoes for walking. We’ll go where the day takes us. Eat, meet, discover, and swim in new waters. And hopefully, there, along the road, find new good things that will not satiate this thirst for adventure (I cannot even think of it), but instead make us even more parched and yearning for new places to tread. After all, the road is life.
-N

Longer Ways To Go.

In a month, we’ll be back on the road again. For the first time, we will have no itineraries; just our passports, our backpacks and sturdy shoes for walking. We’ll go where the day takes us. Eat, meet, discover, and swim in new waters. And hopefully, there, along the road, find new good things that will not satiate this thirst for adventure (I cannot even think of it), but instead make us even more parched and yearning for new places to tread. After all, the road is life.

-N

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"Traveling the world is one of the greatest things you can ever do for yourself. It will shatter all illusions, stereotypes, and notions you have of the world and the people in it. You will unlearn, learn, and relearn things you will never discover through a book, a classroom, or a degree. It will humble you, shake you, wake you up. It will seep into your pores and find its way to your heart, and it will find it fast. The veil over your vision will come off and you will experience things that fringe over magic. And you will never ever be the same again in the best way possible. So do yourself a favor, and just buy that damn plane ticket."
-Satori, 25 Things I’ve Learned In All My 25 Years of Living

This blog post will move you. Read the entire thing here. Do yourself a favor: play the EITS track at the top of the post before reading.

"Traveling the world is one of the greatest things you can ever do for yourself. It will shatter all illusions, stereotypes, and notions you have of the world and the people in it. You will unlearn, learn, and relearn things you will never discover through a book, a classroom, or a degree. It will humble you, shake you, wake you up. It will seep into your pores and find its way to your heart, and it will find it fast. The veil over your vision will come off and you will experience things that fringe over magic. And you will never ever be the same again in the best way possible. So do yourself a favor, and just buy that damn plane ticket."

-Satori, 25 Things I’ve Learned In All My 25 Years of Living

This blog post will move you. Read the entire thing here. Do yourself a favor: play the EITS track at the top of the post before reading.

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The beauty in traveling.
-N

The beauty in traveling.

-N

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Don’t know how to start a conversation with strangers? Watch this uplifting video that shows how a few questions can go a long way.

-N

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10 Side Effects Of Wanderlust >>

“Once the travel bug bites there is no known antidote and I know that I shall be happily infected for the rest of my life.”

This video is beautiful and you should watch it. Like, right now.

-N

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On the subway. Hong Kong, 2011
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On the subway.
Hong Kong, 2011

- S

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City lights. Hong Kong, 2011

City lights.
Hong Kong, 2011