Well, this is it. Part three and the last blog about my Bali trip. So far I've told you about the hotels I've seen, popular areas like Kuta and Seminyak - and some of the stories that have come along the way.
I recently returned from a trip to Canada. I'd been planning it a while - when your friend decides to relocate to the other side of the Atlantic, booking a flight immediately is essential. As is - for me, at least - completely falling in love with the place, and threatening on a weekly basis to follow her on a more permanent basis.
Love Island was the most fantastic experience; I'm still in touch with Mike, Sam, Montana and a few of the others - but life moves on, right? Being in the spotlight has made me realise that my energy wants to go back into the thing I'm most passionate about - travel.
The real life of a travel blogger is often very far from what you see on Instagram. Being a travel blogger is a job that takes a lot of time, hard work and effort to make a success from it. You may even find that once your travel blog starts to really take off that being a travel blogger could even ruin your travel experience.
Fast-forward a number of years and we both find ourselves working in the charity sector. It's a satisfying feeling looking back at the last eight years or so, having worked numerous jobs to get us to the point we're now at.
Travel bloggers are not the easiest people to find. Mainly because we never say in the same place for too long. Some might even refer to us as mythical creatures! But when you do find us, here's a few great reasons why you should definitely hang onto us!
I am now a writer, part-time TEFL teacher and travel blogger. I get to be creative every day, be my own boss and find so much happiness in what I do which wouldn't have been possible if I hadn't taken that leap and booked that first plane ticket.