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Inle Lake, Myanmar. Photo from #MatadorU student @justinmguerra. Thanks for tagging #travelstoke!

#clouds #landscape #travel #matadorn #water #wanderlust #inlelake #myanmar

#MatadorN reader @kelisk from the “Death Road” in #Bolivia. Thanks for tagging #TravelStoke!

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What’s out your window today? #MatadorN reader @lifeintheslowlane_ is exploring #Australia in a 1959 Sunliner. #Travelstoke!


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#MatadorN’s @colbybrownphotography is in #Iceland enjoying a sunset next to some piece of ice and floating icebergs. Follow his feed for more #wanderlust-inspiring shots from around the world! #travelstoke #ice #sunset #beach #travel

Stand up paddling in the #Maldives? #TRAVELSTOKE! Photo by @emlouise11. Check out her feed for more #wanderlust inspiring photos from around the world! #sup #ocean #water #islands #blue #green

Fjord Norway was made for road trips [pics]

THERE WAS ONE THING I couldn’t get over while on my road trip around Fjord Norway: the feeling I got every time I was about to exit a highway tunnel. I’d be weaving through these modern-day engineering marvels, tunnels that drop below the ocean and cut through massive mountains, sometimes spanning miles, but once I saw the faint light at the end, the excitement would start to grow. It was the mystery of what I’d see next — a fairy-tale village sitting at the base of a mountain? A glacier clinging to the edge of a cliff? A thread of turquoise water leading into a fjord?

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