Some Photos From Thailand and Australia

If you’ve been reading a while, you will know that I went overseas in February for a month!

I had never been to Asia, and nor had I traveled alone to this extent. It was glorious and much-needed. A huge treat and confidence booster. I cannot recommend either country enough. I am in love with Thailand, and already adored Australia. Here are my favourite pictures that were taken on my journey.

In Pai on the bamboo bridge, Northern Thailand.

Elephant wash.

Mango feast by the river.

Christy, Colleen, and I in Chiang Mai’s Night Bazaar.

At the waterfalls of Doi Suthep.

My most favourite gimpy dog, Gimpy (I can’t remember her real Thai name). In Pai. I wanted to take this dog home!!

Eating watermelon on the deck of my hut. It was about $15.50 a night. With that view out the back.


My SUGARCANE JUICE totally matches my bag, woah. Sunburn in full effect.

Nai Harn Beach, Phuket.

Me and my pal Gilles. He’s 8. He reminded me of Bart Simpson – sweet but bratty!

Me and Baby in Mai Khao, Phuket. She followed me to the beach when I got to where I was staying. The sun was in our eyes.

By a beach fire in north Phuket.

Me and Jasmine, who was there with her boyfriend Karolis, staying at the same huts on the beach as me. They were early 20s from the UK, super nice.


Effin’ pool party! Shannan and Mahala in the back (I stayed with Shannan).

Me and Shannan at Dandenong Ranges. Like my shirt? Fruit thought-bubbles! Also…the shirt says “Little Miss Dirty Mind.” What a damn perfect shirt.

Me at St. Kilda’s Beach. It was hella windy.

Shannan and Mahala at the beach on our road trip down Great Ocean Road.


GOBS of street art in Melbourne. TONS.

2 thoughts on “Some Photos From Thailand and Australia

  1. I love your blog (found it randomly through a livejournal community and been checking up since!) and am so glad to see you posting more! You are such an inspiration and reminder of passionate living. In a sense, that makes us alike but I got stuck in a corporate job for the last year and am finally breaking out so I can be happy again (my boss is a sexist a-hole would like the job except for him and my life spiraled from happy to miserable in a three months after starting). Your blog is a wonderful reminder to embrace life so thank you for writing! Coming here to read your posts definitely made me feel better on really dark days, so hoping to see more from you. Also, really rad photos makes me wish I could hop on over there…another day!

    PS. If you ever come to Honolulu feel free to contact me if you don’t mind meeting a stranger for lunch πŸ™‚

    • Hi! Thanks for your awesome comment! Which LJ community was it? Feel free to add me on there as well, I still use it on a regular basis (it’s still my fave website).
      I’m glad you are enjoying it! I am trying to take posting more seriously as I would love to be a pro blogger eventually. I know what you mean about corporate jobs! I am lucky to work for a great company but I have had my fair share of soul-draining corporate positions.
      Honolulu is awesome! I LOVE Hawaii, SO much. I was there in 2010 actually, and stayed in Waikiki. Mostly I just wanted to see Pipeline, and I did πŸ™‚ I have some friends that live in Honolulu as well, so a return visit is likely! I want to go to Thailand again soon, it’s so wonderful and cheap. Hawaii is cheap to get to but that’s about it πŸ˜‰ I love it so much. If I was American, I would very likely live there (or California). The people, waves, and fruit are too wonderful πŸ™‚

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