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I forgot where I put...
Fishing at dawn
Millionaire vs. Billionaire
Street art in Dublin, Ireland
Lake Merced - San Francisco, California
Proud Reckless Driver
This is a bridge across the Lysefjord in Norway.
I wish I had nice things.
I've stayed in one of these! They have quite a few in the Green Village near Ubud. Was it around there?
But mosquitoes though
Surprisingly little to no mosquitoes, just all kinds of bugs.
Just one match. Strike just one match and see what happens.
Looks like the tumblyboos house
There's an entire Green School made of bamboo as well (same people run it as the village of this home--Elora and John Hardy). You can send your kid there for the low, low price of something like $30k a year. What I found amusing was how they advertised their mud pit as a feature. Basically, they're selling a bucolic, old-school childhood experience as a marketing feature.
Whats the price range?
How much did it cost per day?
How many geckos did you face?)
You bamboozling me right now?!