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Have You Seen This? The best way to document your vacation
This somewhat snarky vacation hack will allow you to spend way more time actually enjoying the sites instead of worrying about capturing that perfect Instagram shot. - photo by Mary Dalrymple
SUMMER VACATION With summer coming to a close this week, it's a good time to reflect on all those fun vacations you took this season and maybe upload any last pics that are clogging up your iPhone storage.

Or, if you're more like me, you can reflect on all those days you spent scrolling through an endless Instagram feed of other people having fun across the world while you sat at home not having any adventures.

While I definitely love viewing travel photos, it can sometimes feel like our feeds are filled with people trying to one-up each other with how "cultured" we all are, or how impressive our vacations were. That's where this video comes in.

Posted to YouTube by Nathan Nannenga, the video is a somewhat snarky, but also useful, solution to this conundrum. The video shows several seconds long clips from each of the cool European locations Nannenga visited, complete with his "detailed" commentary.

OK, just kidding. Nannenga's commentary is just saying "Whoa!" at each location, but isn't that how we really feel when we visit places like this anyway?

I personally am a huge fan of this method of travelgramming. If everyone did this, we could get the rundown on each other's vacations in less than 2 minutes. And the real bonus is when we're the ones traveling, this gives us way more time to spend actually enjoying the sites, rather than wasting all that time trying to get the perfect shot.
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