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10 Instagram Accounts to follow to satisfy your Quarantine Wanderlust

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10 Instagram Accounts to follow to satisfy your Quarantine Wanderlust

Although the Coronavirus pandemic has brought international travel to a halt, there’s no better time to get inspiration and dream about our next holiday.

With all the extra time, take a minute to scroll through some beautiful feeds on Instagram- enough to cure your wanderlust blues and fuel your travel your future travel planning.

Here are 10 accounts for inspiration! 

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Sparkling my way to the light show ~

A post shared by Tara Milk Tea (@taramilktea) on Jan 24, 2020 at 5:13am PST


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Today’s aesthetic:

A post shared by SARA (@saracovey) on Dec 4, 2019 at 12:40pm PST

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[Stories, pt. IV] I first realised that relationships aren’t more valuable than friendships when I arrived in Los Angeles two years ago. I had packed two suitcases with all of the essentials and planned to stay for three months, testing the waters to see if I wanted to move to the land of Hollywood and hook ups. Sophie was also in town on a similar mission and looking back now, I can see that I replaced my want for companionship with a friend instead of a boyfriend. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Many of my girlfriends back home encouraged me to join dating apps but I wasn’t ready for it before I left Australia and fled to the US. Before we get to the juicey dating stories of Los Angeles (of which there are a few), there was a month or two where dating was the last thing on my mind. So happy I was with the friendship I had in Sophie, that I didn’t even pass a thought on the male species. I remember asking myself, “do I not even like men anymore?” (spoiler: I do.) But it is true you can become so engrossed in a friendship that you lose the want or need for romance. We would often joke that maybe we were soul mates, just without the sex. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Those first few formative weeks in Ellay were filled with everything you see in an indie film with a backdrop of the sunny West Coast. Vintage thrift shopping in the ‘burbs, oil painting on the floor of an AirBnB, beach days in Malibu and cafe hopping our way around Silver Lake and Echo Park. We’d go to outdoor movies on rooftops and winebars in downtown la. And when we got bored of our freedom, we’d break in to basketball courts at midnight until we were yelled at to leave – both too innocent for our own good. Or so we thought. The buzz of LA would soon start to test our boundaries and before long the wine bars became house parties, dating bans became juggling love interests and smiles became tears as the dark cloud of LA’s dating scene kicked in and we both fell in love, only to both have our hearts broken. “Dating” as it turns out, is not a universal term.

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When we were kids we both used to set up dens/camp in the garden. Yesterday we threw it back to this days by taking part in @cotswoldoutdoor’s #CampingAtHome We layout in the grass, barbecued steaks, lazed in the sunshine, sipped on wine as the sunset before sitting round the fire watching the stars talking rubbish. For a few hours it felt like we were far from home on an adventure. Highly recommend doing this, especially if you have kids, it gives real sense of escapism. Of course we recognise how lucky we are to be on a farm during this time but have seen some awesome living room camp setups on #CampingAtHome – if you’re looking for some inspo for the kids. *disclaimer: if you saw our story you’ll know that we ended up bottling it and heading back into the house at 11:30. Exactly how it used to play out when we were nippers.

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What are your favorite Instagram accounts dedicated to travel?

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