Courtney Likkel

Travel Blogger • Content Producer @varley 📍 Los Angeles 🔜 Japan ✈️ 40 countries 💌

Teleporting now.
Fulfilling my lifelong dream of being a mermaid 🧜🏼‍♀️ One of my favorite travel memories is snorkeling between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates in Iceland’s Silfra fissure. Iceland = pure magic ✨
Going on six years since South America... time to go back?!
Throwing it back to one of the happiest days of my life 🇻🇳
Living in a city where an HOA doesn’t restrict you from painting your house a bright color... now that’s the dream 🎨
Spain is calling. It’d be rude not to answer.
One week until home sweet home 🌲 I never get homesick in LA (because California is a MUCH better fit for me), but I’m still excited to soak up that Seattle summer sun!
I have a newfound respect for anyone that can keep their plants alive.
Did I really get to live here?! My two months in Sweden still feel like a dream. But as much as I miss it, I don’t miss the cold 😆
“What, like it’s hard?”
Missing this sweet little Swedish apartment! Although I’ve been back in LA for almost two months now, my obsession with Scandinavian minimalism has yet to subside. Somebody please stop me from compulsively redecorating my entire apartment...
It’s been almost two months since I went to Malta, so I guess I better stop spamming everyone 😂 But in all seriousness, one of the healthiest decisions I’ve made was to take the “insta” out of Instagram. It’s too easy to get sucked into this alternate reality and forget to live in the moment. Disconnecting and focusing on my present surroundings has vastly improved the quality of my travels (and my life!)
Happy place.
Brb, teleporting back to the Mediterranean.
My favorite places to visit have never been pristine or picture perfect. I’d rather travel somewhere colorful, crumbling, and full of character. From Havana to Hanoi, I’ve fallen hard for the cities that are gloriously gritty. What kind of places do you prefer visiting?
Come on science, it’s 2018. Why can’t I teleport back to Malta?!
Still can’t get over the color of that water.
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