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Wanderlust destinations offer a pure divine love of travel. For us, they offer opportunities of pure reflection and evolution. Bringing us so much peace over at www.itsmypleasure.com.au

Wanderlust destinations offer a pure divine love of travel. For us, they offer opportunities of pure reflection and evolution. Bringing us so much peace over at www.itsmypleasure.com.au

Great ice canyon ~ Iceland. Iceland is definitely the place I want to travel to almost as badly as Ireland.

Great ice canyon ~ Iceland. Iceland is definitely the place I want to travel to almost as badly as Ireland.

The Waitomo Glowworm Caves are a must see on any trip to New Zealand.  They are INCREDIBLE!  Click through to read the full post!

The Waitomo Glowworm Caves are a must see on any trip to New Zealand. They are INCREDIBLE! Click through to read the full post!

Tenerife, Canary Islands from TOP 10 Best Travel Destinations For November travel destinations #travel #wanderlust #explore

Tenerife, Canary Islands from TOP 10 Best Travel Destinations For November travel destinations #travel #wanderlust #explore

Australia is huge and there's so many things to see and do, what better way to explore the country beforehand then by browsing some of the most beautiful pictures of Australia that you've ever seen!  Be sure to check out 30 Epic Australian Experiences by Anna at Global Gallivanting for s

Australia is huge and there's so many things to see and do, what better way to explore the country beforehand then by browsing some of the most beautiful pictures of Australia that you've ever seen! Be sure to check out 30 Epic Australian Experiences by Anna at Global Gallivanting for s

Kawarau River, Otago, New Zealand, featured in this photo as a setting for the Argonath, in the 2001 movie, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. In the movie, the Argonath, the two giant statues, represent ancient kings of Gondor in Middle Earth. The statues do not actually exist; but, rather, are due to movie magic!

Kawarau River, Otago, New Zealand, featured in this photo as a setting for the Argonath, in the 2001 movie, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. In the movie, the Argonath, the two giant statues, represent ancient kings of Gondor in Middle Earth. The statues do not actually exist; but, rather, are due to movie magic!

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