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Great Escape: The Best Travel Instagrams Of The Week [25.05.16]

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1 of 20|California Coast, California, USA| - LINK
2 of 20|Stocking Island, Exumas, Bahamas| | By @apg_1 - LINK
3 of 20|Bamboo Forest, Kamakura, Japan| | By @lilyrose - LINK
4 of 20|Al Qudra Desert, United Arab Emirates| | By @dennisstever - LINK
5 of 20|Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia| - LINK
6 of 20|Mt. Olympus Summit, Utah, USA| | By @smgemmell - LINK
7 of 20|Durdle Door, Dorset, England| - LINK
8 of 20|Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Sri Lanka| | By @gypsea_lust - LINK
9 of 20|Jacob's Well, Texas, USA| | By @sashajuliard - LINK
10 of 20|Four Seasons Resort Maldives At Landaa Giraavaru| - LINK
11 of 20|Mayan Ruins, Tulum, Mexico| - LINK
12 of 20|Zion National Park, Utah, USA| | By @jonathanbasiago - LINK
13 of 20|Basílica de la Sagrada Família, Barcelona, Spain| - LINK
14 of 20|Hakone, Japan| - LINK
15 of 20|Lombard Street, San Francisco, California, USA| | By @sh00tr74 - LINK
16 of 20|Burning Man, Nevada, USA| - LINK
17 of 20|Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park, Vietnam| | By @escapingabroad - LINK
18 of 20|San Diego, California, USA| | By @mike.drones - LINK
19 of 20|Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates| | By @khd_uae - LINK
20 of 20|Cenotes Sac Actun, Mexico| | By @leahliyah - LINK

It’s time to traverse the globe without leaving the comfort and banality of your work desk (because that’s what everyone wants, right?).

In this week’s edition we’re heading to the eery swaying bamboo forest of Japan’s Kamakura. We don’t recommend you get lost in this part of greenery unless you’d like to diet like a panda for the next five years. Moving along to the U.S, Mt. Olympus Summit in Utah is the place to be for a spot of trail walking and scenic views for the adventure guy. It’s so awesome that your dog will even high five you.

If you’re a fan of the colder climates, Durdle Door in England’s Dorset is the place to be with its long stretching uninhabited beaches and rolling green hills which you probably shouldn’t roll down. For the traveller who can’t do without a swim no matter where they are in the world, there’s a bottomless water pit in Texas which is absolutely safe to dive in. What’s on the other side of the hole is of course anyone’s guess.

Finally we’re wrapping things up with a trip down under to Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach and its respective rockpools which are renowned for being crystal blue most times of the year.

Ready to pack up and leave? Check out the Beginner’s Guide To Travel Hacking and get planning.


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