Don’t tell me how educated you are, tell me how much you have traveled. For some, traveling may be stressful and something they absolutely hate. But then there’s the other types of people, people like us, the “wanderlusters.” We just know traveling unleashes some sort of magic. It’s indescribable. But we’re here with the purpose to help the millennial generation get out there and explore the world. Thanks to everyone that has joined us so far on our new journey of opening this new account. We aspire to become a global movement that encourages others to see what this planet has to offer 🌎 📸 @tmg
Everything is better in italian. #travelingfoodie .
Not only is the language, Italian, incredibly sexy but Italian food is tastebud altering. It's fresh, usually from a self owned garden. The olive oil is fresh the balsamic is just that perfect mix of sweet and tart. I would not only live here for the views but I would definitely move here and live here for the food. What's your favorite dish and from where?
Pro Tip: For those traveling to Paris around this time of the year. Pack your sweatshirts. We were there last week and it was cold, rainy, and windy. Traveling from Miami, it’s safe to say we were freezing. 😂
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Views from Capri, Italy 🇮🇹
Feel your feelings.
All of them.
It's so easy to appreciate the emotions that make you feel all bubbly of love, genuinely happy, or positively excited. We enjoy these feelings while we tend to be contemptuous of those that leave us annoyed, tensed, anxious, or 'negative' in any other way.
But try not to label them into bad and good. Don't resent or fear the ones that seem to be unpleasant. Engaging with them will allow you to learn how to cope and properly heal. We can learn so much when we start listening to our feelings and understand what evoked them.
They're all there for a reason, holding a message for you. All of them will guide you. 🌠
Team Iran cruising along the ancient Silk Road between the desert city of Yazd and the beautifully irrigated tree-lined streets and mosques of Isfahan. Here we stopped at two Caravanserais which were used by traders and travellers as safe houses and rest stops half way between the two cities in the unforgiving desert. We met a man who lives there and still tends camels kept in the barn like times of old. #teamiran