The Polka Dot Travel Lounge With Trisha From P.S I’m On My Way

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The Polka Dot Travel Lounge With Trisha From P.S I'm On My Way

Trisha loves to write. She’s the brain behind popular travel blog P.S I’m On My Way where she connects with her readers through the things that are happening in her life. She writes about travel, life, dreams, what it is like to live a life of travel and things she has experienced that eradicate negative notions about people and places. We were very excited to have Trisha stop by our virtual travel lounge to share her favourite destinations and some amazing pics to go with them.

What is your favourite region?
South America. I travelled through there for three and a half years and it was the best decision I ever made! After Europe, my formative years as an adult were shaped in this region. The experience was harsh, painful and exhilarating all at the same time!

Top resort recommendation?
I don’t have anywhere particular in mind but I’d love to recommend something that will not break the bank: Sri Lanka is cheap, beautiful and definitely honeymoon worthy!

Suggestions for great honeymoon activities?
When in Sri Lanka, I highly recommend a lot of water activities such as surfing, whale watching or simply chilling on the beach. The wildlife safaris are also a must!

The ideal location for a proposal
My country, the Philippines! There is nothing more beautiful than home!

Best kept secret honeymoon location
Midigama, Sri Lanka: a not-so-touristy place that will surely make your honeymoon enjoyable!

All images via Trisha from P.S I’m On My Way

 

Ms Chinoiserie Says: Sri Lanka seems to be the honeymoon buzz word at the moment; chilling out on its unspoilt beaches and experiencing the wildlife safaris are on the top of my ‘must do’ list! But then the mystery of south America is so tempting too – oh, there’s just so many wonderful places to visit!

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