Let’s Get Lost

“Travel becomes a strategy for accumulating photographs” – Susan Sontang I first met Siani when we were studying together. She is a really beautiful person, so kind and thoughtful, and we’ve kept in touch via social media since that time.  She recently got engaged to Xavier and I was so taken with their beautiful engagementContinue reading “Let’s Get Lost”

One Species_One Planet

“Apart from borders, gender, colour, religion, race or other prejudices we have one truth in common…we are all humans. One species, one planet.” – Discover Humanity I met Denea and Manos when they came to film some of the artists that I work with and I was immediately drawn to them. We have lots ofContinue reading “One Species_One Planet”


“There is no time to be bored in a world as beautiful as this” – Unknown I first went to Hoi An in 2013 and immediately fell in love with this little sleepy town in Vietnam and I knew that our Vietnam itinerary needed to make time for it when our family visited it withContinue reading “Hoi_An”

Aussie Adventure

“Live for the moments you can’t put into words” – Unknown So full disclosure, this weeks LLLT Travel Aspirations Interview is written by my sister, Kaddie, for two reasons: 1. Because she is amazing 2. Because her, Shane (her fiance) and their two boys had the most incredible Australian experience two years ago when theyContinue reading “Aussie Adventure”

Solo Travel

“Don’t be scared to walk alone. Don’t be scared to like it” – John Mayer I remember my early 20’s and venturing to the UK on my own to become a nanny. I never felt more liberated. ⁠At first it was scary, coming from a big family, I’m not someone who is used to myContinue reading “Solo Travel”

Ho Chi Minh

Day One: Ho Chi Minh is calling! The planning of our whole Vietnam adventure began when our amazing friends from Australia, Rob and Kel, decided to come and visit us, and the first thing we discovered was that travelling in a group of five people (soon to be six) can be challenging especially when twoContinue reading “Ho Chi Minh”