flour, honey and milk

christina, 23, vienna.
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books read in 2013



gnostic-forest:

cloudyskiesandcatharsis:

Sri Lanka by Steve McCurry

My cousin was just in Sri Lanka volunteering. 

gnostic-forest:

cloudyskiesandcatharsis:

Sri Lanka by Steve McCurry

My cousin was just in Sri Lanka volunteering. 


Attention people who are following me 

I am leaving for a two-month trip around Southeast Asia & Australia on Thursday & thus won’t be updating my Tumblr until sometime in December. Will definitely be back in December again. So, until then…good night & good luck. (Also I might post pictures on Instagram every now & then, so you can follow me there, if you want.)


schankyou:

18030033 (by Taís Toti)

schankyou:

18030033 (by Taís Toti)


posted 6 months ago | 236 notes | via frailtea | (© schankyou)
tags: #travel
aphelia:

prague by _shazza_ on Flickr.

aphelia:

prague by _shazza_ on Flickr.


posted 6 months ago | 3173 notes | via frailtea | (© aphelia)
tags: #travel

posted 6 months ago | 4307 notes | via frailtea | (© puggert)
tags: #travel
bluepueblo:

Bridge of Sighs, Venice, Italy
photo via tiffany

bluepueblo:

Bridge of Sighs, Venice, Italy

photo via tiffany


posted 7 months ago | 550 notes | via debourbon | (© bluepueblo)
tags: #venice #travel

"To be a Patrick Leigh Fermor, a Colin Thubron, a Norman Douglas or Paul Theroux, requires always saying yes. To not-get-raped, according to every lesson I – and so many other women – have been taught, so often requires saying no"  - On the paradox of being a women and a travel writer. (via millionsmillions)


posted 7 months ago | 72 notes | via millionsmillions
tags: #travel
visitheworld:

Kylemore Abbey in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland (by dkammy).

visitheworld:

Kylemore Abbey in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland (by dkammy).


posted 7 months ago | 1854 notes | via missmorland | (© visitheworld)
tags: #ireland #well hello #travel

"Italy almost irresistibly tempts foreign commentators to cliché. It’s far too easy to wander off into rhapsodies over the country’s stunning beauty, grand sense of history, and sensual pleasures. (…) Any Italian situation can be described as an opera. Or a Renaissance-court intrigue. Or the rule of some Roman emperor. Or a Fellini film. Or the Divine Comedy. Or even Mt. Vesuvius."  - Italy’s Most Faithful Foreign Lover, by Andrea Lee


ysvoice:


Venice at dusk  | via kushandjcrew

perricatherine : ysvoice : log.nijitaro

ysvoice:

Venice at dusk  | via kushandjcrew

perricatherine : ysvoice : log.nijitaro