Wet season or dry season? The best time to visit the Bolivian Salt Flats

Taking a step in the Bolivian Salt Flats or Salar de Uyuni is like taking a step in another planet. It is almost twelve thousand feet above sea level where the oxygen is low and more than ten and a half thousand square kilometres in size. The landscape is the same for as far as the eye can see which results in some pretty cool photos and makes Salar de Uyuni a travel photographer’s dream. View Post


How to do a whistle-stop tour of Peru and Bolivia

This spring my partner and I had 11 days to go somewhere (well two places) we had always wanted to go… Peru and Bolivia.

Given that we had limited time we toyed with the idea of doing just one or the other, but then with the fear of missing out on our minds – when will we go to South America again!?- we decided to do both by concentrating on the highlights of both: Machu Picchu and Salar de Uyuni (the salt flats). View Post


A day in Paradise in the Seychelles, A Photo Diary

The Seychelles truly is a honeymooners destination and truly is paradise. On a recent layover once we arrived at the hotel a group of us decided to take a boat trip to one of the uninhabited islands. Fast forward two hours and we were at Thérèse Island, sitting on white sand, surrounded by palm trees and turquoise water. Take a look at some of my photos from my day in paradise. View Post


What’s in my Cabin Crew Makeup Bag

Makeup is just part of the job when you are a cabin crew as officially it is part of your uniform. Although having said that I rarely bother to touch up my face during a flight so that means the products I use really have to last because flights can be anything from 45 minutes to 16 hours.

Over the last year a half I have tried out a few products and these are the ones that I have settled on and been using over and over again. View Post