gm-photography:

Touristy things. #chicago #chitown #thebean #architecture #reflection #city #skyline #urban #iphoneography #travel #wanderlust (at The Bean @ Millennium Park)

gm-photography:

Favourite view. #iphoneography #sunset #airplane #window #flight #clouds #travel #wanderlust

gm-photography:

No edits, no filter. Just peace. #iphoneography #machupicchu #peru #cusco #travel #wanderlust #landscape #ruins #archaeology #macchupicchu #cuzco (at Machupicchu, Cuzco, Perú)

Selfie champ in Peru

Leaving for Cusco in an hour. See you soon, Machu Picchu.

whenwritersblock:

Thank you sisterstwicedremoved.blogspot.com for the image! 


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Port-au-Prince, Haiti c.1960

(Source: artdream)

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L’empire du soleil, texte d’Evrard de Rouvre, photos d’Enrico Gras et Mario Craveri, editions Hachette, 1957.

(Source: endilletante)

Travel Tip for Students: Get an ISIC Card

366placestogo:

When I was in Europe last year, I came across several tourist locations where they had a student discount – but my WLU student card wasn’t valid. I heard of the ISIC card then, but I didn’t really see the value of going through the hassle of getting two copies of my passport, an official university document, and a 2×2 portrait.

But once I saw the prices of Machu Picchu packages here, I wasI was advised to get an ISIC card ($12 here, $20 in Canada or U.S.) to cut the price in half. Not only that, but it’s even valid with some merchants in Canada, along with some other neat features.

Anyway, if you’re a student and you’re travelling at all, I highly recommend getting yourself an ISIC card.

Edit: another tip suggested by a fellow AIESECer, Amina Egeh, is to check with student associations on your post-secondary campus to see if they have any connections to get discounted or free ISIC cards. Thanks, Amina!

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gm-photography:

El Misti & The Milky Way on Flickr.

Long exposure from base camp of El Misti Volcano, Arequipa, Peru. Best part is: this was without a tripod or remote.
Seeing the Milky Way with the naked eye is just a whole other feeling. Stay tuned for that too!

366placestogo:

Vlog #2 – Trekking El Misti Volcano

See more of my adventures in Peru here.

tulipnight:

Grand Canyon Milky Way by Wayne Pinkston on Flickr.