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From professional travel photographers to fashion bloggers who seem to have an infinite bank account that allows them to travel from Norway to Thailand, Germany to Dubai...okay let's stop right there. I think you can hear the jealousy seething through my teeth.

But for real, these Vancouver based world travelers have IG accounts that will give you the ever so infectious travel bug.

Especially with the winter season that is to befall, some of us are in search for that perfect far far away destination to escape Vancouver's rainy and possibly even snowy season. So it's time to follow some inspirational wanderlust IGs, pack your bags and never come home!

...Or just lust vicariously through their awesome lives.

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Maurice Li // @maurice

Jong Sun Park // @jongsunpark_

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Lauren Neng // @laurenneng

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Nicole Hui // @nicolehuui

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Nhi Le // @noyocreative

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Dan Lum // @dudelum

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Rishad Daroowala // @rishad

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Emanuel Smedbol // @emanuelsmedbol

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Laura Reid // @laurareidd

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Ben Giesbrecht // @bennnnnnnngie

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Dorrington Reid // @dorringtonr

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Christian LeBlanc // @lostleblanc

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