This post is part of my Photography series, showcasing my own snaps of everything from scenery, nature and wildlife to cityscapes, monuments and people – all from my personal travels around the world.
So I’ve just said goodbye to this beautiful island and my last Seychellois sunset as I write this from the tiny airport runway about to set off on our evening flight back home to the UK. It’s been an interesting week – filled with sun, storms, rain, giant tortoises, beautiful nature, botanical gardens, great food, cocktails, markets, sunsets and the most incredible postcard-perfect beaches I think I’ve ever seen. All in all we had a great time on the island and found the hospitality of the Seychellois people to be warm, welcoming and genuine. The only negative experiences we had was the first hotel we stayed at (which I won’t go into any more detail about as this is not what this post is about!) and a bit of unfortunate cloudy and rainy weather for quite a few days which was disappointing…but what can you do about nature! Having said this, however, if it hadn’t have continued to rain one morning, we probably wouldn’t have made the decision to visit the main island town of …
Some of my earliest family holiday memories are the times we spent in the Caribbean sun – Antigua a few times and St Lucia, to be precise. It did always feel exotic to be jetting away, especially as we used to go in the winter – just after Christmas and in time for New Year.
Turkey is a well known and well travelled holiday destination, its popularity having grown a lot in the past few years. From working in the retail travel industry, I know the main resorts to go, the popular beaches, and the party towns. But there is one little secret I’ll always keep to myself: the gorgeous little fishing town of Kaş!
Perth Although we were exhausted, we were so excited to arrive in Perth, the first stop on our Oz adventure!