Travel Addiction

Travellogged: This Week’s Top Pics and Posts for Travel Addicts

New York, 1960’s – These photos make me wish I’d been alive back then.

These ‘hanging tents‘ are crazy!  Would you be able to sleep soundly on a piece of thin nylon nailed to the side of a cliff?

What about sleeping while dangling from a tree?  My question is:  What do you do if you’re a girl and you wake up in the middle of the night with a desperate need to go to the bathroom?

An apartment store installed a lake on it’s roof.  Awesome!

“I felt like I was pushing a rock up a hill.”  – This story on Matador is a tough read for any aspiring writers out there, but it’s a good example of that John Lennon quote, “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.”

Creativity Boost:  How to Tap into Right-Brain Thinking – Another good read if you’re a writer (or artist).  I have  a copy of this taped to the wall above my writing desk.

Author Seth Godin posted some thoughts about the mysteries of modern air travel.  These are two of my favorites:

“Why doesn’t the airport have sleeping benches? Worse, far worse, why isn’t there someone you can ask that question to?

Why does the FAA require the airlines to explain to every passenger how to buckle their seatbelt? Don’t people who have managed to safely get to the airport but have never mastered this skill deserve whatever happens to them?”


“Hey America.  It’s us, Canada.  You know, the country you pretend to be when you’re traveling.”  <—  Ha ha.  Guilty as charged!

 

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