So many shades of blue help to make me so happy and calm 💙 This pic was taken at Booderee National Park over the weekend. While the area does get quite busy in the summer, I feel like the NSW South Coast (or anywhere south of Sydney for that matter) is so u heard of in the tourist world. It’s a blessing as it’s like a local secret, although it also means visitors are missing out on so much! Are there any areas in your home country that is still so (blissfully) untouched?
Despite what the awkward pose says, I fell totally in love with the intricate architecture in Cambodia. Every building looks like a temple 😍 I’ve even got pictures of government and security buildings, just because they all look so pretty 😂
Have you ever been inspired to travel after reading a book or watching a tv series or film? I’m so easily wanderlust influenced, so it doesn’t take much to inspire me to venture somewhere new. I visited Vietnam for the first time after watching the Top Gear episode and the book (and film adaptation) of Wild inspired me to get outside and hike more. Where have you travelled to based off of what you’ve read or watched? #newblogpost on 8 of my favourite wanderlust-inducing books, 🔗 in bio.
From the land of the killer, to-die-for sunsets 😍 🌅
Visiting the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh was definitely a highlight of my recent Cambodia trip. I absolutely fell in love with the architecture over there and was so fascinated by the inclusion of Brahma (the 4 faces) on so many temples and monuments.
Who doesn’t love a good window seat snap? ✈️ Flying into Ho Chi Minh City, you could’ve believed that the clouds were soft bundles of fairy floss (cotton candy) 🧚🏼♂️