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Save the date: Rajasthan India Tour 13-24 September 2019


Royal Indian Princess Diary Tour of Rajasthan - India - 13 - 24 September, 2019  Registrations are open now for this tour of India like no other!   I have dreamed of going to India for so long and so I'm incredibly excited to have joined forces with Jean Wethmar over at Glam Girls Lux Travels to offer this awe inspiring tour of India. Starting and finishing in Delhi, we’ll be traveling to some of India’s most beautiful cities - Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer (the Golden City), Jaipur (the pink city), Ranthambore, Agra and Varanasi. We’ll be seeing all that Rajasthan has to offer - from 16th-century palaces, bazaars, beautiful lakes that will take your breath away, camel and elephant rides, jungle safaris and so much more.  This twelve-day tour of Rajasthan is a unique mix of history, culture, food, and shopping. Photography From the architecture, the landscape, the colours, the culture, and the people, India is a vibrant country, rich in imagery and a photographer’s haven. For the first time,...

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Girls meet friends at Paris café in the Marias district

Travel is not simply a means of enjoying the present, it offers experiences that will enrich our lives for evermore.  Travel is my happy place. It's undeniably the best way for me to refresh and rekindle my love of life, people and culture, and reinvigorate my creative energies. And the best thing about it? Travel is rewarding, both in the moment and for years to come.   For me, the most evocative memories are experienced away from guide book favourites, Instagram hot-spots and travel check-lists. Places where I allow myself time to wander and explore, where getting lost is the very point itself. [caption id="attachment_6010" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Scooter rides through the streets of Europe, France and Italy[/caption]   Sounds, smells, tastes, sights; all take me on a journey.  The distinct taste of Amaretto and smell of strong, fragrant espresso summon intimate afternoons lazing in a trattoria down in a side street in Rome, where time and...

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Two weeks in Paris


In late October to early November 2017, I spent two weeks in Paris. Happy?  Absolutely!!!!   A fabulous two weeks with two beautiful girlfriends, spending our days soaking up Paris fashion, art, food, museums, markets and theatre.  We walked, we talked, we ate, we saw and best of all we laughed. Oh how we laughed!   It was a very special time.  I was in heaven - walking around Paris, taking in the atmosphere, camera in hand, photographing every day.  I followed my heart to walk round corners, up long windy streets, through open doors, taking me to new places every bit as breathtaking as the last.  Needless to say, I fell in love with Paris all over again. Paris is a stunningly beautiful city with a wonderful mix of romance, art, modernity, history, eccentricity and style - all intertwined in a very French way.  It is said that you can't describe Paris, you have to...

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Photographing a Festival in Naples


Waiting for a vial of blood to liquefy was the last thing I expected to be doing on holiday but there I was in the Duomo in Naples camera in hand doing just that.  Festivals - as it turns out - are great to photograph. They show a city or village on one of its most important days and this was no exception. This time last year, I was photographing the Ceremony of the Liquefaction of the Blood of San Gennaro.  San Gennaro’s blood liquifies every September 19th and predicts how the year ahead will be.  If the blood liquifies, it ushers in a year of good fortune for Neapolitans.   Thousands of people gather in the Cathedral to witness the miracle of the liquefaction of the blood of their protector and Patron Saint, San Gennaro. Shrouded in myth and superstition, the liquefaction is a religious ceremony that dates back to the late 1300s. I...

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Naples: why she’s more than a one night stop over


It's that time of year when my Australian friends start packing their bags enmasse to escape our winter and head straight into summer in Europe (after a short 24 hour plane ride).  One of my friends and her boyfriend are doing just that and heading off to Italy and Greece.  I love to hear about people's travel plans and so when my friend told me they were planning to stay only one night in Naples before heading to the Almafi Coast, I was aghast.  Her boyfriend was quoted as saying 'you wouldn't want to stay more than one night in Naples, not really much to see'.  Having spent a week in Naples last September, I pretty much jumped up and down saying 'oh yes there is, there is sooooo much to see and do, you really must stay longer'.  So I convinced my friend and she in turn convinced her boyfriend and they...

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