It’s time to look back at another year of totally epic adventures and reveal my top travel Instagrams of 2017.
So it’s been another crazy year of travels. While I felt 2016 was pretty busy, 2017 has taken me transatlantic several times. I’ve actually clocked up exactly the same number of flights and visited the same number of countries as 2016… (47 flights, 16 countries) but it’s taken me much further afield. It was another year of packing and unpacking. One week I was in a ski jacket and goggles in Zermatt, Switzerland, the next I was in shorts and a t-shirt trekking through lava fields in Hawaii. It’s been a year of working hard, and experiencing more and more that this amazing planet has to offer. Another year of unforgettable experiences, new friendships, challenges and stories. If you haven’t read it yet, check out my Blogging Appraisal of 2017. It’s got all the gossip on how I think the year went…
If you’re looking for inspiration for your own adventures, or just fancy checking out some awesome places around the world, it’s time for a snapshot of 2017 through my eyes.
What a dream trip to head off on at the start of the year! I visited Hawaii with the team from Travelspective, fronting a video for them. We adventured through lava fields, checked out the incredible beaches and even went stargazing. As moments go, this was pretty special!
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Currently winging my way back to London after a few weeks of adventures in Hawaii! 🛫 Lots of highlights to share but the night we stargazed on Mauna Kea was definitely one of top memories. Many claim its the best place in the world the world to see the stars… ☄️🚀 Thanks to @shelbysphoto for this awesome pic!
Another incredible moment at the start of the year. We arrived in the city with beautiful sunshine and highs of 16. The next day the whole city was under a blanket of white. The news reported it as SNOWMAGEDDON! I don’t think it could look more magical!
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Mountain views in winter are pretty special, but add the famous peak of the Matterhorn in and it’s even better! I really enjoyed this trip to the Swiss Alps over Valentine’s Day. And while you might assume I was there skiing, I actually showed that you don’t have to be into skiing to enjoy a wintry mountain break.