Saturday, December 4, 2021

The Rainbow Atlas: A Guide to the World’s 500 Most Colorful Places by Taylor Fuller


Vicarious travel? Yes, PLEASE. With COVID, I haven't been going anywhere, so I thought the idea of paging through colorful rainbow-filled places around the world sounded delightful. Especially since this book was one of the monthly deals on Kindle. I got this to page through and go "OOH!" but there were actually quite a few locations that I really, really want to see in person now, like the lavender fields of Provence, or the Tulip Festival in Canada, or the cheese museum in Dresden, Germany, that looks like a little palace. Also, I knew Singapore was clean and culturally diverse, but I had no idea how AESTHETIC it was. My god, the street art! The buildings! THE GREEN!

This was really fun to look at and I liked how it was a collab between a number of Instagrammers who all like posting colorful things on their travel-themed pages. There were like six of them, I think, and between them all they covered most of the globe. Love.

4 out of 5 stars

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