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

Photo courtesy of Jsmoral

Okay, so doesn’t that photo make you wanna get married just so you can honeymoon at the St. Regis hotel in Bora Bora? I first saw the hotel in that awful Vince Vaughn film “Couples Retreat” and have been obsessed with going there ever since.

*  Ryan air is going to offer child-free flights!  What do you think? My thoughts on the subject can be summed up in the quote below.

From the article:  “When it comes to children we all love our own but would clearly prefer to avoid other people’s little monsters when travelling,” Ryanair spokesman Stephen McNamara said.

*  Travel to Create Your Self – This article in Psychology Today answers the question:  Why do we travel?  Here’s an excerpt:

“Fear is part of what makes travel so enlivening and revelatory. You’re perpetually off-balance and on guard. After a while one yearns for the mindlessness of familiar routines. And when you do return home, old pleasures are much the sweeter for having been suspended.”

*  I’ve always wanted to stay in an airplane hostel.  Check out this HuffPo article about upcycled airplanes.

*  How to Tap into the Right Side of Your Brain – A good read for anyone suffering from writers’ block or for anyone in need of a creativity boost. On a related note, this poster about the 12 1/2 writing rules is cute and would look awesome in my office. Anyone wanna buy it for me?

*  Which way is the ballerina turning for you?  I only see it turning clockwise, which means I’m more right-brained then left (no surprise there!).

*  The Ted Talk “Three Things I learned While My Plane Crashed” is both funny and thought-provoking.

*  Some dude has been collecting airplane barf bags since 1988 and now they’re on display in a museum.  Interesting!  I could totally see framing some of the more colorful ones.

*  Tourist Stereotypes (according to the British).  Huh.  Canadians are boring?  Really!?  All the Canadians I know seem to be quite the opposite, actually.  Are they confusing ‘boring’ with ‘nice’?

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