Our Favourite Travel Pictures: A 100th Post Special!

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This is our 100th post! To mark the occasion, we thought we'd share a few of our favourite travel pictures from the 195daysofsummer tour. Some of them you will have seen, some you won't but either way we hope you will enjoy them all....... We flipping love a sunset, and this was one of our absolute faves -- from 4000 islands (Si Phan Don) in Laos.

Purple Sunset, 4000 Islands, Laos

I love this picture so much....is that massively vain to say? Well I guess it is, but I don't care! We took it after enjoying the perks of ladies night (ahem free prosecco all night anyone?!) at Maya in Sukhumvit, Bangkok. Not your typical travel picture.

Lift selfie, Maya Bangkok.

I can't describe how much we loved Koh Tao...it's amazing. From the crystal clear waters and soft white sand to the amazing array of fish you can spy on when you go for a dip in the sea -- it has it all. It's touristy for sure, but somehow feels like a hidden gem.....dreamy.

North Sairee beach, Koh Tao.

Cambodia was a real surprise for both of us and there wasn't a single place we didn't love. Even though it was heartbreakingly (not a word) sad, we really loved learning about Cambodia's dark history. I snapped this from the balcony at the former Tuol Sleng prison (S21) in Phnom Penh.

The view from Tuol Sleng prison, Cambodia

 

We can never get enough of Cambodia or sunsets! This one is from Otres beach in Sihanoukville (OMG go, you MUST go there).

Another epic sunset from Otres beach, Sihanoukville, Cambodia.

Oh India, how we love thee.......there are genuinely too many favourites from this country but we thought we would pick one that is a bit less cliched (i.e. the Taj Mahal) so here you go, enjoy a) me getting blessed by Lakshmi in Hampi b) us after Holi festival, Varanasi and c) This amazing Holy Sadhu who performed an impromptu dance to the tune of drums beating the sun down in Pushkar. It was one of the most surreal moments!

Lakshmi the temple elephant, Hampi.

 

Holi, Varanasi.

Holy Sadhu dancing in Pushkar, India.

 

Which is your favourite? Have we missed any out?

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