Photos

The Acropolis at sunset.

The wine village of Chexbres on Lake Geneva in Switzerland.

A beautiful day to visit the Taj Mahal.

The Iguazu Falls in Argentina are a powerful sight to behold.

Entering the Church of the Nativity through the Door of Humility in Bethlehem.

Santorini. Stunning. Sweltering in July.

My first elephant ride in Khao Lak, Thailand. Hopefully not my last.

Building an inukshuk on the rocky coast of Aruba. These stone structures are meant to wish travelers a safe journey.

Nyhavn, Copenhagen.

Feeding stingrays in Bora Bora. They feel like wet velvet.

A spectacular sunrise witnessed from aboard the Eastern & Oriental Express, as we travel through Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.

Stonehenge beneath busy clouds.

A great view of Singapore and the Singapore Flyer.

Cristo Redentor, Rio de Janeiro, barely visible on a  foggy day. Reminded me that even though we can’t see Him, He is always there.

No one’s out on this deck of Seabourn, Sojourn. Feels like my own private yacht!

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Comments

  1. Hi Natalie,
    Congrats on all the wonderful places that you haxe been able to visit. I enjoyed checking out your photos!

  2. Isabel Daubon says:

    hi Natalie ! I going to Vegas in Mid April we will stay @ The Wynn ..Any tips about fashionable comfy shoes, I am 29 and I hate like tennis shoes look… Buen Viaje Isabel From San Juan Puerto Rico

    • Hi Isabel – Vegas is so fun! These days, I usually wear ballet flats from Oka B when I’m traveling. They’re really comfortable and machine washable. (I haven’t tried washing mine yet, though!) I wrote about them here, if you want to take a look: http://trendytravelista.com/2012/01/20/travel-essential-oka-b-ballet-flats/

      I can walk all day long in them and they’re easy to slip on and off when you’re going through airport security. All in all, they’re a great travel shoe. Let me know if they work out for you or if you find something else!

      Have fun on your trip – safe travels,
      ~Natalie

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