i have the travel bug.

you cannot tell me this is happening this early. not a chance. Oh, who am i kidding right now, I have the travel bug & right now, I’m literally out of my mind wishing i could travel right now. I probably brought it on myself, since this weekend i had to write a paper for school on something I’m passionate about [and i happened to chose my love of traveling & my love for different cultures]!

there are several very exciting trips in the works for 2013, but, I’m pretty sure I’m not going anywhere anytime soon. in the mean time, I am busy scouring around online for possible places i would love to go, and this one takes the cake. It’s called The Saguaro Palm Springs & all of these pictures are from their website. I think I’m in love! Do you think my boss would mind if i just left my job for a couple of weeks and took a vacation here? That’s a risk I’m willing to take!
Tell me if you’re as in love with this place as I am…

Much love,
Olivia

P.S. ok, forget the two weeks part; can i just move here?!

 

 

 

 

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  1. August 20, 2012 / 5:25 pm

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