1. Hello, world travelers. I need your help!

    We’re going to New York for a week or so, and I need some advice for things to see.

    Please, reply here or send messages!

    What do I absolutely need  to see?

  2. Fort Bourntage is a star-shaped fort in the village of Bourntage, Groningen in The Netherlands.

    Link To Wikipedia


  3. Back to the city

  4. Learn to be a mermaid at Weeki Wachee Springs in Florida

    Different strokes for different folks.  


  5. joshsternberg:

    Instead of giving money to super-PACs, I think the nation’s wealthy should pool their resources and make this happen.

    Dubbed “space travel on Earth,” the new tech combines the idea of maglev — trains that are suspended by magnets — with vacuum tubes. By removing air resistance and friction from the equation, the new vactrains could reach speeds of up to 4,000 miles per hour. You could travel from New York to Los Angeles in only 45 minutes, or from New York to London in an hour. At those speeds, you would arrive at your destination at a time before you left. […] 

    The unusual travel tech has proven successful in a laboratory setting, but has yet to make its way into the real world. The biggest barrier to the technology is, predictably, the cost. A 350mph local system would cost about $2 million per mile to install. Once built, however, the system would cost very little to operate — according to Oster, the cost of travel will be less than a penny per mile.

    (Source: joshsternberg)

  6. Glass Walkway at China’s Tianmen Mountain Park.

  7. I’ve got highways for stretchmarks, see where I’ve grown?

    (Source: travelettes.net)

  8. thebadcupcakes:


    Waterfall Restaurant

    This looks fucking awesome.

  9. Time is Nothing // Around The World Time Lapse

    "17 countries. 343 Days. 6237 Photographs.  One incredible journey."

    via Kien Lam on vimeo

  11. I imagine that being British is a lot like this…which is sort of like being American…which is a LOT of like being an asshole.