The world’s leading women’s single travel blog ” World of Wanderlust ” with charming photos and unique stories, let the people affected by the COVID-19 epidemic feel the joy of travel and look forward to travel.
Sydney,Australia (Merxwire) – According to the Mobility Market Outlook on COVID-19, the global revenue for the travel and tourism industry will be an estimated 447.4 billion US dollars in 2020-a decrease of around 34.7 percent from the previous year. Additionally, the global travel and tourism market is predicted to see a loss of 100.8 million jobs worldwide in 2020. Brooke Saward, the founder of the World of Wanderlust, uses unique photos and text to lead the audience to travel through a variety of social media.
World of Wanderlust was founded in 2012, and Brooke Saward, an Australian travel influencer and self-proclaimed “Gypsy”, reflects a fascinating life with extraordinary photos. Use special angles to record the characteristic attractions of the seven continents. According to the type of travel, it is divided into solo travel, adventure, and luxury, allowing followers to share different travel experiences.
The World of Wanderlust Instagram and FB have nearly 600,000 followers and 600,000 likes, and each post has thousands of likes and comments.”The experience of traveling encompasses so much more than just visiting new places. It’s an opportunity for connection; for storytelling — with the people you meet along the way, and the people who are following along online,” says Saward.
The World of Wanderlust Instagram page currently showcases over 1,100 dazzling photos of some of the most beautiful, foreign, exotic, and ethereal places on Earth — from the cultural gem of Kyoto to the idyllic canals of Amsterdam, and beyond. To date, Saward has traveled to over 70 countries and has explored hundreds of breathtaking destinations, all while sharing her expert solo travel tips on her blog.
Saward’s latest project — unearthing her innermost thoughts, feelings, and impressions as a collection of autobiographical stories from each destination — is completely different from any existing World of Wanderlust content. Each narrative reads like an excerpt from a poignant novel beneath a slew of enchanting, corresponding photographs.
In her refreshingly raw narratives, the female solo traveler recalls the vulnerability of heartbreak (“When I got home that night, I consulted my therapist. ‘How long should you wait to start dating again?’ I typed into Google”), the crushing weight of loneliness (“…a small and slow tear rolled down my face. What am I doing here? What am I trying to prove?”), and the exhilaration of wild nights of freedom (“…we’d break into basketball courts at midnight until we were both yelled at to leave”). The result is a captivating mini-series of reflections — a delectably scandalous version of Eat, Pray, Love for Saward’s generation.
You can find Brooke’s travel narratives in the Instagram captions of her most recently-posted photos, which she began developing and posting on March 24, 2020. To learn more about World of Wanderlust, visit the official World of Wanderlust website, and be sure to follow the adventures on Instagram and Facebook.
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