I’m Lucy and this travel photography blog records brief moments that have touched my life while living and roving overseas.
As a contributing guidebook author, my published work appears in the first print edition of V!VA Travel Guides Guatemala and in the Guatemala section of V!VA travel Guides website. I’m also a contributor to International Living and various stock photography agencies.
Check out my portfolio for links to my published travel articles, reviews, photos, and stock photography portfolios.
Roaming the globe, seeking adventure and chasing dreams are my way of life. The kick of living in foreign cultures and the challenge of learning new languages, keep my thirst for adventure and fresh experiences alive.
England born and bred, a teacher of English as a foreign language in Thailand, London, and Guatemala, I’m now following my passions of photography and writing.
Horseback riding, hiking, swimming, running, cycling, kayaking and relaxing outdoors surrounded by the peace and beauty of nature are my other pleasures.
My wanderings have taken me throughout South East Asia, Central and South America, Mongolia, China, Australia, New Zealand, slices of The United States and Europe.
I now speak better Spanish than Thai after extended backpacking trips around Central and South America, and years living in Guatemala.
I’ve been lucky to call the colonial city and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Antigua in the Guatemalan highlands my home. Check out my article Life is Simpler, Freer and More Vibrant in International Living Magazine to find out why I ended up staying so long there.
Currently, I’m based around the spectacular Lake Atitlan, its shores fringed by three majestic volcanoes and vibrant Mayan villages.
However, South East Asia, and specifically Thailand, still beckon me with memories of carefree, beachside living; running on fiery, wet sand; and Tom Yam sizzled taste buds. New adventures await!
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