Weird Luggage, Stylish Traveling

Happy summer days are just around the corner! Naturally, the seaside morphs into a place for fun. Thousands and thousands of pieces of luggage are heading towards huge waves, colorful fish and sunny mornings.

By taking spins in the airports or piled up in the back of the car, almost suffocated, the silent travel accessories do their job perfectly, without complaining and almost totally ignored.

funny luggage

Still, unique and extravagant suitcases are ready to show off!

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The Land of the Elves

The magic of Iceland… where every fairy tale becomes a reality and every place, a true legend. Each country on this planet has its interesting stories and landmarks. So has this wonderful cold gateway to the center of the world – it’s like a Kinder surprise: every corner is joyful, special, out of the common. Nature is acting dynamically, reshaping and coloring the skies for endless beauty.



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Strangest Caravans & Trailers

If you do a fair bit of motorway or countryside driving (especially around the warmer months) it’s a good guess that up some point or another you’ve got stuck behind one of those big, white boxes with windows that are limited to 50 miles an hour. Although frustrating for those in a hurry, you might one day be lucky enough to get stuck behind one of these examples of more interesting models and glare in amazement.



1. The Rolling Stone Eco Capsule

Designed by Nice Architects and submitted to the Andes Sprouts Society for a residency program, this environmentally friendly blueprint of the traditional caravan is work in progress. Built from environmentally-friendly materials the Rolling Stone is functional with natural energy and resources, powered by either wind turbine or solar panels. The front panel can be opened to double as an open studio space and water for waste and cleaning is sourced by two reservoirs. Could this be the next generation of caravan evolution?

Via Nice Architects
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Covered in Gold

Known as a symbol for power, strength, and perfection, gold is associated with divine principles. Building and crafting material, food ingredient – it’s not only a basic component, but also the balance in all things around us.



Pure gold buildings

The Golden Pavilion – or Kinkakuji is a wonderful place on the grounds of Rokuonji Temple, Kyoto, Japan. A gold treasure within a mesmerizing setting.

More information about it on: Wayfaring Travel Guide

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