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Sunday, January 18, 2015

Quotes That Will Make You Want to Travel Right Now

As you can tell from the lack of travel posts, I haven't traveled in a while. Cons of being a busy college kid *sighs*. In order to sate my wanderlust (which is impossible) I've spent some time on Pinterest looking at travel pictures. Of course, this didn't help at all since I came across these amazing travel quotes that make me want to pack my suitcase right now and just leave. If you're looking for a sign, this is it!



 There's one thing worse than not traveling and that's regret...


One of the best things I've discovered through traveling<3


Once you make the decision to leave, everything falls into place.


That feeling of being a kid again is so addicting!


My all-time favorite.


Hope you enjoyed this post and happy Sunday everyone! Feel free to follow me on Pinterest!


-Ruya
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