here’s why europe is fantastically confusing: nowhere else in the world can you take a two-hour train ride from a snow-capped range of mountains to a valley of cascading cliffs and red-roofed villas surrounding a seafoam-colored lake without the foam. the old man pining away is particularly cheeky.
Cinque Terre, Italy | by supersky77
aabbydowd uhhhhhh……..that’s our spot. cue the plunging italians
Looking for Alaska by John Green
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The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
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Spiritual enlightenment in the form of an 11-string guitar and a busker from fremantle, australia named John. Belated (but requisite) thoughts from the hampton beach this summer.
There are certain entities and beings that make this world fucking beautiful to live in, and sometimes it’s as simple as a genius with a guitar. No words, just wisdom. And freakishly long fingernails.
Nobody knows where Troy, Ohio is. Marcus Mumford knows where Troy, Ohio is******.
The transformation that occurred for the Gentlemen of the Road tour might as well have thrown this small, southwest Ohio suburb into a chapter in Oliver Twist, with lads skipping around in suspenders and newsboys’ caps.
Now that their “Stopover” tour has been put on “indefinite hiatus” status, it puts this spiritual conquest of folk fantasy into an awe-inspiring perspective.
Highlight: acoustic, one-spotlight cover of Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire”