When we were in South America a couple of years ago, we endured many many many hours on the bus – mostly overnight – as it was the most affordable way to travel around the continent. At times, the only way to get around.
I’ve recently started researching and speaking with camera “experts” on the best compact cameras for travel photography. There’s a lot out there. There’s also a lot of technical jargon that goes with it too.
I’m Ailene Rhea and I have been a Sydneysider for nearly three decades. As cliche as it sounds, the travel bug bit me somewhere between losing my luggage en route to Hamilton Island (QLD, Australia), and getting completely lost in the old town of Nice (France). Although I have been to 33 countries and 100+ cities, I can only proudly say that I remember only half of them. While I always remind myself to write everything down in a journal, something always comes up and the next thing I know, I’ve completely forgotten the name of that nice old Bolivian lady who ran after me down the street to return the wallet I had accidentally left in her shop. I decided to start blogging again late last year as a way to remember my travels, hence the name rheacollections – a play on words that combines my name and a recollection of my travels. I kept my blog to myself for a while before making it public. Although it’s out there for the public to read, I still haven’t …
I’m no photographer and I’m not afraid to admit that I sometimes need help from photo editing apps – especially if they’re free. I love to travel. I love cameras. And I’m also pro Android.