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Riad Mena & Beyond, Marrakech

sundays

sundays

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nevver:

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nevver:

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Blondie turns 40

images via Chris Stein*

(Source: dailydoseofstuf)

The Hoxton Holborn, London

- (new hotel alert!) I’m a big fan of the Hoxton in Shoreditch. They just opened a sister hotel in Holborn with plans to hit NYC and Paris soon - yeah!

Canadians.
theeconomist:

On social issues, Canadians remain deeply liberal.

Canadians.

theeconomist:

On social issues, Canadians remain deeply liberal.

itscolossal:

David Zinn’s Quirky Chalk and Charcoal Characters on the Streets of Ann Arbor

Love this…

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that’s what a lot of people (politicians cough, cough) have in their playbook these days. sadly…

that’s what a lot of people (politicians cough, cough) have in their playbook these days. sadly…

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OMG this is amazing, I love each and every one of these!

thecutestofthecute:

In honor of Autumn coming soon, here are some happy dogs that love the fall weather are aren’t afraid to show it. Have a great day everyone.

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freundevonfreunden:

'Happiness' is the Theme that Prevails
Chasing tornadoes, talking to Icelandic fairies and experimenting with weird drugs are only few of the topics dealt with by Barcelona-based magazine Perdiz. 
As chipper as a partridge, which is the literal translation of the title, this fresh publication is dedicated to the theme of happiness in all its varying forms. Marta Puigdemasa, the editor-in-chief, wants to simply show things that make others feel satisfied and fulfilled in life.
It’s a joyous and unpretentious read that’s worth looking at. More info here.

freundevonfreunden:

'Happiness' is the Theme that Prevails

Chasing tornadoes, talking to Icelandic fairies and experimenting with weird drugs are only few of the topics dealt with by Barcelona-based magazine Perdiz

As chipper as a partridge, which is the literal translation of the title, this fresh publication is dedicated to the theme of happiness in all its varying forms. Marta Puigdemasa, the editor-in-chief, wants to simply show things that make others feel satisfied and fulfilled in life.

It’s a joyous and unpretentious read that’s worth looking at. More info here.

(Source: kushandwizdom)