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mapsontheweb:

Drawing the political world map by heart nearly flawless. Here is an album also.

WOW! This is just unreal. This guy is amazing! 

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matthewsagan:

This is a lion making a kill in the wild. I know it’s very graphic but I think it’s important to show just how brutal nature can be.

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danielle-grace:

I struggle greatly with the fact that they are the same actor.

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travelplusstyle:

Huvafen Fushi, Maldives

To say Maldives is “like a dream” is to venture dangerously close to the realm of travel clichés. Yet the sight of the emerald sea with white patches of sand topped by tall palms is such a picture-perfect sight that we are letting ourselves go. And since we found Huvafen Fushi to be an exemplary Maldivian resort, we will do it again: it is… like a paradise. Sue us.

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shavingryansprivates:

binka dinka dinka dinkada dinkada dinkada dink DINK

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seraphica:

Halloween at Hong Kong Disneyland [via]

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straylightjay:

10 questions to never ask a transgender person by Laura Jane Grace

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tmagazine:

Marrakech and Tangier have long shared double billing as Morocco’s most alluring cities. In contrast, Fez, the country’s intellectual and spiritual capital, has always been respectfully admired for its architecture and its authenticity. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1981, it’s a reserved but fascinating town that has been ambivalent about courting tourism — and until recently, has never had an opulent luxury hotel akin to Marrakech’s famed La Mamounia.

Now that has changed, with the opening of the 50-room Hotel Sahrai overlooking the medina, the beehive-like quarter that is the largest surviving traditional urban neighborhood in Morocco. 

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