Wander Love: Lessons, Tips and Inspiration from a Solo Traveller
Author Aubrey Daquinag is a travel blogger and photographer, with a dedicated following through her website The Love Assembly. Wander Love takes her world of travel, Instagram and brand collaborations, and presents it in a fun and colourful 'lookbook' format.
The book features Aubrey's incredible photography and travel information on the latest exotic locations, including Morocco, Colombia, and the Philippines. It serves as a guide for these destinations, but also as a guide for other young tech-savvy travellers looking to travel in style and document their experiences. There are tips on how to stay stylish while on the road, how to upgrade your travel photography skills, and helpful travel advice for solo female travellers; along with an insight into the tools needed for running a travel blog and a deeper look into the essence of travelling creatively, curiously and mindfully.
Wander Love is the perfect mix of style, substance and travel adventures to inspire your own.
About the Author
Born and raised in Australia, yet ever so curious about the world, Aubrey Daquinag took her love for photography to start The Love Assembly, a travel and lifestyle blog dedicated to inspiring young women to live a more creative and curious life. This led to many adventures on the road travelling while working remotely, and photographing destinations for tourism boards and travel publications.
After just 18 months of being live, The Love Assembly quickly received worldwide recognition for the quality of its travel content. Aubrey then partnered with Condé Nast Traveler in New York as the first contributing Australian travel and style blogger. As an experienced solo traveller, Aubrey sees and uses travel not as a holiday, but as a form of self development and personal growth; attracting, empowering and speaking to young women who are in the midst of becoming.
Published April 2018
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