Katie Dundas

Katie Dundas

Sydney, Australia

  • Travel
A U S / U S A / travel, beach, explore, write. Sydney based expat travel blogger & freelance writer.
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  • #sawasdee from #ChiangRai! Am spending this week exploring the northern city of Chiang Rai with @hugthailand. ✨ Expect the surreal in this town, such as Wat Rong Suea Ten, the jaw-dropping blue t...
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  • Our Ultimate Guide to Amritsar is now up! (Link in bio.) It’s a great introduction to what to see, where to stay, and how to get around in the Holy City. ✨ No visit would be complete without a ...
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  • Not sure what I was looking at when this photo was taken, but must’ve been something good! 🤷‍♀️
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  • Never a quiet moment on the streets of Amritsar 🛵🚗🚌 #vacaywithairasiax #India #lookbothways
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  • My first #blog on #India is live today! What are the six words that best described #Amritsar to me? Check out the link in bio to read, but I’ll give you a hint- the beautiful #color of the city r...
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  • Always take the time to look down, you never know what you might see. ✨ In #India, it was beautiful mosaics, tiles, and marble in the most intricate patterns - #expecttheunexpected #incredibleind...
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  • “Time spent in India has an extraordinary effect on one. It acts as a barrier that makes the rest of the world seem unreal.” – Tahir Shah
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  • The Golden Temple ✨ #airasiaxamritsar
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  • Amritsar’s Town Hall building is one of those places that just leaves you at a loss for words- this stunning structure is a mix of Sikh and British architecture. It’s now home to the @partition...
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  • Hello from the top of Dune 45, Namibia! One of the best things about being a freelance writer, besides sharing my love of travel and adventure, is the extra income to do what I love most - travel! ...
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  • If it’s color you’re looking for, head to India.
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  • The Golden Temple is one of the holiest sites in India, and is an important pilgrimage site of Sikhism. With a roof made of pure gold, the temple has four entrances, to show acceptance and openness...
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  • “It’s a cruel and random world, but the chaos is all so beautiful.” -Hiromu Arakawa #amristar #india
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  • ‘Let’s all sit on random steps’ turned to be a pretty good photo strategy. Was a pleasure to explore #India with this talented group of writers, bloggers, and creators- we saw it all, from th...
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  • Good morning from #India! I recently had the chance to explore the holy city of #Amritsar with @airasia. It was honestly one of the most incredible cities I’ve ever seen, can’t wait to share mo...
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  • Why pose normally for a photo when you can awkwardly spin around instead? It’s a little cheesy, I know, but I like this photo because it reminds me of summer in one of my favorite cities- Sydney....
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  • I’m excited to share with you my first ever #travel video! One of my goals this year is to get into creating video content, so I challenged myself to create a video, using just iMovie and my phon...
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  • Always make time to stop and smell the flowers 🌻
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  • This week I turned 35. 35! Crazy. Not sure what the next year has in store for me, but here's hoping it includes more amazing adventures, lots of travel, and happy times with good friends and famil...
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  • Golden hour in South Africa ✨
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  • Reminiscing on the good times in the Namibian desert 🇳🇦
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  • Lazy Saturday morning, editing some photos from #Africa - reminiscing on this sunrise game drive at @gardenroutegamelodge - thanks to this wildebeest for a great silhouette 👌🏻
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  • How epic is Fitzroy Falls? Winter bushwalking is such a fun thing to do for a day trip or weekend away- I love the cool, clean air, stunning views, and coming home to a cosy room after a long day o...
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  • Another happy #sunset shot to start the #weekend. I snapped this at Circular Quay last Saturday, while waiting for a ferry out to Cockatoo Island. Why did I head out there on a cold, winter night? ...
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  • Even in winter, I think Sydney still looks pretty good. ❄️
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  • Looking back on #summer photos on one of the coldest days of the year...Are you a summer or winter person? I love all the seasons for the variety, including winter- but when it's too cold for your ...
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  • Norman Rockwell landscape? Nope, just a day trip through NSW's Southern Highlands- we stumbled upon this #beautiful scene outside an antique shop, part of Mount Ashby Estate- have you ever come acr...
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  • I always love checking out the special exhibits at the Australian National Maritime Museum, but am super excited for James Cameron- Challenging the Deep. Marine biology and deep sea exploration are...
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  • Don't look down! If you haven't been to Fitzroy Falls, near Kangaroo Valley, definitely check it out- awesome #hiking, lots of #waterfalls, and views like this bad boy. It's less than two hours fro...
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  • Lunch with a view, anyone? I really love the NSW/ACT countryside, especially in autumn. A palate of ochre, green, and soft browns against a perfect #blue #sky, seen here from @lerida_wine, a fantas...
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  • Adventures in #Canberra at the National Arboretum- this is such a fun place to explore, especially the bonsai museum. If I had a green thumb, I would definitely get into bonsai. However, I somehow ...
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  • How cool is this photo from the top of Mount Ainslie? I love the symmetry of #Canberra. I had a fantastic weekend exploring the city with @accorhotels_aus. From the Cartier exhibit at the @national...
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  • So excited for #city2surf this year! Will be my third year running it- such a fun atmosphere and a gorgeous course through Sydney and the eastern suburbs. If you haven't signed up yet, register by ...
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  • I'm not one for cheesy travel quotes, but this one really resonates with me- have you ever been somewhere so special, that you wish you could do it all over again and experience it for the first ti...
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  • Where the sand meets the sea- Sandwich Harbour. Walvis Bay, Namibia. 🌊
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  • Ever wanted to step into a Salvador Dali painting? If so, Deadvlei is the place for you. The trees found in this salt pan died about 700 years ago, so treat them with respect 🍂
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  • What's the most adventurous thing you've done while exploring? Adventure can mean many different things- you can have an awesome #adventure anywhere, from the Arctic to your hometown. One of my big...
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  • "But perhaps the most important lesson I learned is that there are no walls between humans and elephants except those that we put up ourselves, and that until we allow not only elephants, but all l...
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  • #Africa dreaming on a Sunday night- Tsitsikamma National Park, South Africa. 🌿
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  • Sunset, Okaukuejo Rest Camp, Etosha National Park. Okaukuejo is famous for its floodlit watering hole, just steps from the camp sites and accomodation. Sunset or sunrise, check out the watering hol...
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  • A lone kudu avoids the midday sun, Etosha. 🌿
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  • Of all the things I expected to find in #Namibia, old cars were not high on the list. However, they were fantastic and were pretty common throughout the country- and were a lot of fun to photograph...
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  • 🎶"It's like a jungle sometimes, I wonder how I keep from going under", was definitely not written with Tsitsikamma Nat'l Park in mind, but something about the slippery wet stones on this jungle ...
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  • "An elephant never forgets, but a buffalo never forgives". Love this quote I came across in #SouthAfrica- Cape buffalo have a reputation for being the most dangerous of the #big5. They are aggressi...
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  • Knysna Heads- Have you ever visited somewhere and thought, this place is so amazingly #beautiful, there's no way a camera can do it justice? Yep, that's pretty much South Africa.
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  • Social weavers are one of the few types of #birds in the world that build and live in communal nests, like this one. The apartment buildings of #nature, one could say. This picture is also memorabl...
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  • If you find yourself #roadtripping through #Namibia, make sure you stop off at the Tropic of Capricorn, for two reasons: (a) it's a pretty neat thing to see and (b) it's the only landmark you'll se...
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  • Dune 45, Namibia. Leave your shoes in the car and trek to the top, barefoot, at sunrise. ✨
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  • The zebra stands alone. And, by the look on his face, does not play well with others. Namibia's Etosha National Park - 22,000 sq km of wildlife, open space, and salt pans- one of the most incredib...
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  • What's the largest canyon in #Africa and the oldest canyon in the #world? Fish River Canyon, in Namibia, of course! 🐟 I don't think this photo conveys the epic hugeness (or heat) encompassing Fi...
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