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One of my New Year’s resolutions for 2019 is to finally share all the amazing places I visited on my travels that due to having the busiest few months of my life, I haven’t got round to sharing just yet. As well as to inspire you to visit these incredible places, I love documenting all of my travels so I can look back in months or years to come and reminisce! I guess a blog is a bit like a diary and it’s nice to have all of your special

Close your eyes and picture an island with no roads, just sandy dirt tracks. No modern transportation, just horse and cart and bicycles. Picture turtles swimming in the clear turquoise waters and beach bars lining the powdery white sand beaches. You’re picturing Gili Trawangan or as it’s more commonly known, Gili T, the party paradise of the Gili Islands.  Gili T is where I spent Christmas 2017. Being away from home at Christmas is hard but when you’re thrown into a tropical paradise, it makes it slightly more bearable. Okay,

Whether you love it or you hate it, we are the generation that takes photographs of our food before we eat it. Some of us even choose looks over taste, going as far as ordering something from the menu purely because the carefully thought out descriptions make it sound as if it will be a photogenic dish. We’re willing to let our coffees go cold and well, everyone else’s on the table too, get funny looks from customers as we stand in all sorts of positions in order to get that perfect

Ubud is one of my favourite places. I fell in love with the town within minutes of arriving and started to doubt whether the 3 night stay we had booked was going to be enough. Set amongst rice paddies and gorgeous greenery, Ubud is seriously picturesque. It’s a photographer’s dream. As well as being picture perfect though, the cultural town also offers endless activities from swimming in waterfalls to hiding from the craziest of monkeys in their monkey forest and don’t even get me started on the food there or