Dawn To Dusk Travels


  Hi There, I'm Louise. 


I've been following my urge to travel since I was young, starting off as the typical Brit abroad in the all-inclusive hotel in Europe, to finding my feet in Asia and trying not to get lonely when I eventually set off on my own.

Nowadays, it's half of my life, I work haphazardly to travel and when I'm not, I'm thinking about it.  I'm too stubborn in wanting to enjoy life to work consistently, take the money and run, and why 4 months seems to be the longest I go for.


The last few years have been spent 'trying' to make it a more permanent thing, being influenced by travel vloggers and digital nomads but having little money and the ability to  procrastinate at every opportunity has left me with questions like "Do I really want to travel all of the time?" and "Why have I not figured this out yet?".  

One thing I do know is that I love to tell stories. If it's not the images we see that make our jaws drop then it is the words we read that transport us to another place. On Dawntodusktravels I simply want to inspire some good old fashioned wanderlust, bringing back the real world hidden behind the gloss and glamour of travel these days.




May 28, 2019

When I was 11, I asked my mum if we could go abroad for our annual holiday, for a change, and she said yes. This tipped the scales for my tween years all the way up to now, where I have moved off from the safety net of a w...

May 19, 2019

You came in unassumingly.

Your smile one of comfort, and safety.

Picking up the guitar we all knew we had found someone special in you.

You are on the move,

In every sense of the word.

A child of the earth,

You tread with love i...

January 30, 2019

In response to Aly’s latest video, (A really cool Travel Youtuber and Author) I have instantly felt some resonance to the topic and falling guilty of the tourist vs traveller language and mindset. I felt myself coming back...

January 23, 2019

To close ones eyes,
Is enabling them to see a little clearer.

October 31, 2018

In amongst the parched, brittle grass and the flourishing deep green Chankiri trees, I could hear the songs of flocks of birds all around me.

Hidden in the trees their lullabies drifted onto the lake in the gentle breeze. T...

October 7, 2018

"T'was on one bright March morning I bid New Orleans adieu
And I took the rode to Jackson town, me fortune to renew
I cursed all foreign money, no credit could I gain
Which filled me heart with longin' for the Lakes of Pon...

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