Read time: 1 minute

Posted by & filed under Photo albums, Travel advice.   Print this post

Travel goals for hermits: because sometimes, the side of a cliff is the only kind of face that you want to see. These faraway spots understand you.

 

Photo by Cycling Man.

If you lived here, you would never have to hear the word ‘synergy’ ever again.
Photo by Cycling Man.

 

Photo by Y Nakanishi.

The chances of someone dinging your car in the parking lot on this mountain top? Nil.
Photo by Y Nakanishi.

 

Photo by Matthias Burch.

Trees can’t hit ‘reply: all.’ They can’t even read.
Photo by Matthias Burch.

 

Photo by Tambako.

‘Once upon a time, there was an island. On the island, there was a lighthouse. In the lighthouse, there was a woman. She lived there by herself, and nobody ever touched her hair or clothes without permission, and she lived happily ever after. The End.’
Photo by Tambako.

 

Photo by Tim Ove.

Do you know how many people want a TPS report from you up here on your hill? Not even one.
Photo by Tim Ove.

 

Photo by Sten Dueland.

Neighbours? Don’t be silly. Those are the warehouses where you keep your whiskey, endless supply of risotto rice, and all the time you are no longer spending in traffic.
Photo by Sten Dueland.

 

Photo by  Tim Ove.

‘Excuse me, do you have a moment to talk about our lord and… Jokes! Nobody wants to talk about anything, because no-one for hundreds of kilometres speaks human language!’
Photo by Tim Ove.

 

Photo by Stephen Lustig.

And if you ever got bored in your fishing cabin, you could just count your lures and sigh in contentment again.
Photo by Stephen Lustig.

 




One Response to “Inspirational travel for misanthropes”

Leave a Reply