The Travel Bug

Thanks to my new love for the website Pinterest, I found the most amazing blog. It is a photography website picturing some of the most beautiful, exotic, and exciting places in the world – and some pretty fearless people who have the courage to do some things I will never consider doing. Since moving to Ireland, I’ve become a huge fan of traveling. For a gal who had never left North America before March 2010, I am now bitten with the traveling bug. With my discovery of this website, SUNSURFER, I am now intrigued with the possibility of seeing some of these magical places. However, this website also tunes me into some not-so-appealing excursions, as well.

Yes, please:

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Lantern Festival, Chiang Mai, Thailand; photo by Yang Tee Mon

I would love so much to be part of something like this. Amazing.

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Elevated Highway, Amalfi Coast, Italy; photo via weheartit

This is supposed to be the most beautiful place.

No, thank you:

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Kjeragbolten Boulder, Norway; photo via trekearth

No way, no how – you couldn’t pay me all the money in the world to do this.

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Portaledge Camping, Yosemite, California; photo via nationalgeographic

Yes, there is a common theme here: heights. Wouldn’t do this either.

Thanks, Sunsurfer, for letting me share some of your pictures. To all my readers, you have to check out this website in full. I could spend hours looking at all of the photos, they are so incredible.

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