More and more lately, I’ve been becoming disillusioned by Instagram and the feeling that I have to be “fake” in order to get people to like me.
I’ve been feeling a bit introspective over the past few days, and unsure about my future as a blogger. So I decided to share those feelings online (because that’s how bloggers deal with emotions).
An open letter to travellers who use the word “done” when they talk about countries they’ve visited, and why they need to stop!
“Travel isn’t a stamp collection – it’s an experience” – a travelrant on why we shouldn’t count countries, and why I’m championing slower, deeper travel.
In which I lament the most annoying travel-related social media offences – from airport check in to beach selfie – and confess to having committed ALL of them. Whoops!
Yes, you did read that right! I really do think that travellers should put the smart phones down and take fewer photos. In fact, it was one of my New Years Resolutions this year. After spending the last two days dodging iPads and GoPros to get a good view of the stunning…