There are some incredible places in the world that some might never get the chance to experience. I feel so lucky to have begun my journey to visit as many different places as I can and here are some of the beautiful places I have been to so far…
2 weeks spent in Dubai just wasn’t enough! There is so much to do and so many places to visit from shopping in Dubai mall to quad biking in the desert, skydiving to brunch. Here are some of the beautiful photographs taken on my trip.
- Dubai Mall is a must! Go shopping in the extravigant mall where you see the locals and tourists spending their money. There is so many shops to browse including a Versace home store which was incredible! Lots of places to eat and a walk through aquarium! Outside you will see the gorgeous fountain shows that run every 15-30 minutes I believe which is spectacular! Also, if you’re a fan of cars, check out the entrance and you are guaranteed to see an expensive car brand!
- Next to the Dubai Mall is the Burj Kalifa, the tallest building in the world! You can stand by the fountains and appriciate the view or if you are feeling brave, you can go to the 124th floor and be in absolute awe of the breathtaking views!!
- Madinat Jumeirah reminds me of a castle, a five star resort located right next to the Burj al Arab. There are a range of beautiful restaurants as well as the traditional souk shopping stands
Amsterdam was not what I had expected. I’d heard more of the tales of the red light district and had a completely different impression.
It is such a beautiful, peaceful, picturesque city. The locals are very friendly (unless they almost knock you over on their bikes) there is plenty to do and see. Vondelpark is absolutely stunning, and near there was a beautiful lake with the iamsterdam sign (near the Van Gogh museum).
The Anne frank house was really good – very sad and it really hits you that your standing in her home and it was very interesting to learn.
The red light district was crazy, a lot of different things going on as you can imagine! But it was so interesting even just people watching!
My favourite place to eat and drink was the grasshopper which was based right on the square, which was perfect as we were in the middle of everything!
St Lucia was an absolutely gorgeous destination and would highly recommend anyone to visit. If you are looking for beauty and pure relaxation this is the place for you!
The diamond waterfall and zip lining was a lovely day trip, to hike through the Forrest and the views afterwards were sensational. It is a tiny country so the drive from one side of the other is something like 14 miles long so you could easily access anywhere quickly.
We also went whale and dolphin watching, we did not spot any whales but the dolphins couldn’t help but put on a display it was wonderful and definitely worth it.
La soufriere the ‘drive in’ volcano which allowed you to get close up to it! Afterwards, you can bathe in the sulphur springs which is meant to be great for the skin – it was definitely an experience!
Las Vegas was just another world. Everything was just bigger and better than you could even imagine. We stayed in the Luxor hotel which was an Egyptian pyramid but all the hotels had themes, from Paris, Excalibur castle to New York New York it was an amazing experience.
We went to hakkassan which was this massive nightclub inside the MGM grand hotel which was absolutely insane. The water parties at Wet Republic were my favourite where everyone is just enjoying the music whilst drinking the yards of strawberry daiquiris!
The bellagio hotel fountains were a spectacular show – very similar to those in Dubai. The Venetian hotel had the gondolas inside the hotel which make you feel like your in Venice!