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An anonymous novel written on the walls of an abandoned house in Chongqing, China (2012)

An anonymous novel written on the walls of an abandoned house in Chongqing, China (2012)

(Source: vintageanchorbooks, via fafke)

chloeswanderlustproject:

So many colours at the Masai Mara markets in Kenya 

chloeswanderlustproject:

So many colours at the Masai Mara markets in Kenya 

(via chloeswanderlustproject)

Cambodia art sold on the side streets on the way to the temples. If I had my own place, I’d buy one of these. If I remember correctly, these are made of rice paper and when the paper creases you could just flatten it out with your hands and it would be good as new!

Cambodia art sold on the side streets on the way to the temples. If I had my own place, I’d buy one of these. If I remember correctly, these are made of rice paper and when the paper creases you could just flatten it out with your hands and it would be good as new!

I wonder if anyone else wears bracelets like these and tries to leave them on for as long as they can. I guess some travellers wear these to remind them of where they’ve been.

I wonder if anyone else wears bracelets like these and tries to leave them on for as long as they can. I guess some travellers wear these to remind them of where they’ve been.

This tuktuk took us to magical places!

This tuktuk took us to magical places!


An anonymous novel written on the walls of an abandoned house in Chongqing, China (2012)

An anonymous novel written on the walls of an abandoned house in Chongqing, China (2012)

(Source: vintageanchorbooks, via fafke)

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hermajestychopsticks:

Holi - the Festival of Colors

hermajestychopsticks:

Holi - the Festival of Colors

(via paradox-of-color)

chloeswanderlustproject:

So many colours at the Masai Mara markets in Kenya 

chloeswanderlustproject:

So many colours at the Masai Mara markets in Kenya 

(via chloeswanderlustproject)

Cambodia art sold on the side streets on the way to the temples. If I had my own place, I’d buy one of these. If I remember correctly, these are made of rice paper and when the paper creases you could just flatten it out with your hands and it would be good as new!

Cambodia art sold on the side streets on the way to the temples. If I had my own place, I’d buy one of these. If I remember correctly, these are made of rice paper and when the paper creases you could just flatten it out with your hands and it would be good as new!

I wonder if anyone else wears bracelets like these and tries to leave them on for as long as they can. I guess some travellers wear these to remind them of where they’ve been.

I wonder if anyone else wears bracelets like these and tries to leave them on for as long as they can. I guess some travellers wear these to remind them of where they’ve been.

This tuktuk took us to magical places!

This tuktuk took us to magical places!

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I left my heart at the beach, burried in the sand. I left it there so part of me would always hear the waves, so i can always feel the sand pass through playfully, so i can always feel the breeze.
I left my heart at the beach.

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