The World Through My Eyes
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I have travelled throughout Australia, North America, Central America, Eastern Europe, Phillipines, Malaysia, Singapore, New Zealand, Bali and the Bahamas! Not all pictured here xx
Anna Bay, NSW
This road trip was a long time coming. A short drive (3 hours north) from Sydney often lands you in places you would think are in different countries. Sprawling white sand beaches, desert dunes, palms, coves... road trips in NSW always uncover gem locations for shooting and exploring the smaller towns that live life a little simpler than us city peeps! With Anna Bay, we had a mission and we were super excited to explore the Stockton dunes.
Went there for the infinity pool and found so much more. Manicured gardens, bustling shopping, incredible architecture and cool museums! Read more about my time in Singapore here! Not to mention the seafood - incredible. We tucked into their signature dish - chilli crab - and it was hands down the best thing I have ever eaten.
Langkawi has the capacity to be the next Bali, I reckon! gorgeous mountains, clear waters, island hopping, resorts.. definitely still lacking in the nightlife area and just generally trying to find it's feet as a hotspot, it was a luxurious escape at a fraction of the cost of Singapore - including indulgent meals and cocktails, jetski island hopping and more!
Ulu was the definition of paradise for me. Yoga vibes, rugged cliffs, endless sets of perfect barrels, beautiful sunsets made this portion of the trip absolute relaxation heaven. This was the first time I have ever dared ride a scooter as well - that was an adventure in itself!
Ubud, Bali (Part I)
The first trip to Ubud was a day trip with my friend Loz. Living the life of luxury we visited some gorgeous spots, waterfalls, jungle infinity pools, ate some delicious food, drank some delicious cocktails and had a super fun time taking photos in the beautiful settings we visited.
Canggu was a black sand paradise, with trendy little shops, surfers, beach beers and fresh coconuts. With a bit more time in Bali, I would have chosen to wander around here for a couple more days.
First stop in the month-long Balinese journey, staying in a beautiful villa tucked away in the backstreets, far enough from the madness but close enough to journey in for brekky, beers and poolside hangs at Potato Head.
Los Angeles, USA
City of Angels. I was lucky enough to have a quick couple of days in LA en route the the East Coast back in 2015. Venice Beach, Santa Monica, hot wings and chilly bike rides basically summed up what LA had in store for me.
New York City, USA
New York was a whirlwind - despite having been there countless times in the past, there is always something new to find, somewhere new to explore and endless opportunities to lose yourself in the throngs of people (not to mention the bagels and pizza!)
Isla Mujeres, Mexico
First stop on the Central America adventure - bypassed Cancun in favour of the island just off the coast of Cancun, easily accessed by boat.
Playa Del Carmen, Mexico
Playa was the perfect spot to plop down and settle into few a week and still be able to access spots like Tulum, Chitchen Itza and more on the Yucatan.
Caye Caulker, Belize
An island nestled in the Caribbean with charm, sunshine, beaches, bars and just enough activities to keep you entertained for weeks at a time. The Split, a bar built over the ocean, features a daily happy hour and decks to jump off, drink and mingle. Sea plans fly over the blue hole and many boats go for day trips, where you see sharks, stingrays and more when snorkelling the pristine waters.
San Ignacio, Belize
Deep in the jungle, San Ignacio holds activities such as tubing and hiking - the town is tiny and dilapidated buildings line the tiny streets. A coupe of days here should suffice before moving on to Guatemala.
Guatemala is an unbelievably beautiful place - Tikal is majestic and a jungle paradise of beautiful architecture on a long walk that snakes around. Flores, a small island, is riddled with colourful streets, buildings and small spots to explore, by foot or by boat.
Rio Dulce, Guatemala
Rio Dulce is home to a plethora of activities and sights to see - our choice was to take a boat across the river to visit a hot spring waterfall that you can jump off from the top into the cold water below! What a sensation it was.
Antigua is quite a romantic city - narrow, cobblestone streets and a cold climate, surrounded by mountains and volcanos. You can hike the active volcano and camp out overnight in hopes of catching a glimpse of the fire spouting out of the top!
Bocos del Toro, Panama
Bocos del Toro was an incredibly arduous journey to get to from Guatemala. Luckily we made it there for the week I wanted to spend there at Christmas time, riding ATVs through the jungle, partying, discovering secret beaches, BBQs, bike riding around and island escapes.
Puerto Viejo, Costa
Black sand beaches, bikes, a tiny but colourful buildings line the streets. Surrounded by the mountains and world renowned surf spots, PV is way more than a transit stop.
Playa Tamarindo, Costa Rica
We decided that the last minute to head to Tamarindo for New Years and boy am I glad we did. We made some truly amazing mates, saw some beautiful sites, partied till dawn and surfed all day. Heaven.
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