the bon voyage.

Travel includes a lot of hassle. You’ll probably have to compare price differences in various itineraries. If you’re sightseeing, there’s a high chance your feet will be blistered and achy by the end of the day. You’re constantly shelling out money for taxis/buses/trains/planes. There’s pressure to do/see/experience as much as possible (how many times have you heard someone say “man, I need a vacation from my vacation!” after returning from a trip?).  I know there are special rolling methods, but it’s most likely that your clothes will arrive at your destination rumpled and wrinkly after being crammed in a too-full suitcase.

Of course, the thrills of traveling almost always overrule the annoyances. But wouldn’t it be REALLY cool if teleporting were a thing already and each one of those irritations disappeared? The Trendy Traveler is about as close as one can get taking a vacation without the logistical bothers, and I find it so very relaxing to scroll through the pages.

Here’s a sample of what you might find there:

(How cool would it be to stay in this mirrored tree house?)

Mmmmmm.

Stunning.

Ha!

(And I thought it was cool to do this in Thailand…)

Take a peek at The Trendy Traveler whenever you’re in need a quick (logistics-free) mental vacation, and also keep hoping for teleporting. And happy trails if you’re going anywhere for the holidays. (:

(Photos via The Trendy Traveler)

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10 thoughts on “the bon voyage.

  1. Been griping for years about the lack of scientific advancement in the teleportation field, but since it probably won’t happen in my lifetime I think I’d settle for having a mirrored tree house. Cool post/pics.

  2. You need the hassles of travel ( eg airport crowds ) to make the trip seem all the better when you get to that secluded beach or beautiful vista !

  3. I think my goal for every trip from now on will be to take a blog-worthy photo! I’ll have to get creative since elephant photos are so passé 🙂

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