Dying to get back into exploring more, gotta get out and enjoy this prime weather before it gets way too hot to handle. Chongqing in the summertime is unbearable. I’ll be looking forward to being back in Canada then! ❤️🙏🏼
Only 5 sleeps left until it’s time for the event launch for my debut internationally published coffee table book at one of my favourite bookstores: @kinokuniya_sydney
📖 WANDER LOVE Publish Dates: ⠀
🇦🇺 AUS/NZ - 1 April⠀
🇬🇧 UK - 5 April⠀
🇺🇸 US - 17 April⠀
Pre-order is available now (link in bio) but for all you Sydney folk, come along to the book launch on Tuesday, 27 March at 6:30-8:30pm for some wine time, an Author Q&A (which I’m super nervous for btw but I’m doing this for you because I’m just sweet like that) and a draw to WIN an exclusive WANDER LOVE travel experience for all signed copies purchased on the night! A lil’ something I put together with my partners @QT_hotels
to share the lurvvve 👀✈️🏩📷⠀
Told you I was sweet! Hope to see you there 😘⠀
I love Greece, wasn’t understood? 😁 I love everything about this land: its sea, food, history and people. It's an immeasurable love that cradles me every day, even if I'm far from there 💙💙💙
Does it happen to you to love so much a place in the world? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Io amo la Grecia, non si era capito? 😁 Amo tutto di questa terra: il suo mare, il cibo, la storia e le persone. È un amore smisurato, che mi culla ogni giorno, anche se sono lontana da lì 💙💙💙
Capita anche a voi di amare così tanto un luogo nel mondo?
Brunei is easily the most underrated destination in all of Southeast Asia. The ecologically and culturally rich kingdom has loads to discover and is sure to thrill any traveler. Yet, less than a quarter of a million tourists visited in 2015. Although there are rumors that the streets of Brunei are paved in gold, the world's fifth richest country as of 2016, isn't all that different from its ASEAN neighbors. Here you can expect to explore villages, eat at hawker stands, discover stunning temples, swim in the South China Sea, and encounter the incredible wildlife native to the lush jungles. The royal family is one of the wealthiest in the world, their private streets may very well be paved with gold as they live at Istana Nurul Iman, the world's largest residential palace complete with 1,788 rooms, a helipad, and five swimming pools. Afterall Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, who has ruled since 1984, is reportedly worth $20 billion.