Amanda | LVV Travel

Amanda is an Aussie backpacker who loves adventure, waterfalls and everything outdoors. Together with her husband, Daniel, they have been travelling the world for over two years and run LVV Travel. They share travel and backpacking guides and aim to help backpackers travel adventurously and sustainably.


  1. Lisa
    28 Jan 2018 @ 11:46 pm

    I love your photos they are amazing! Thank you for sharing I would love to visit one day.


  2. Kristine Li
    28 Jan 2018 @ 12:02 am

    AMAZING photos captured from your trip! Some of your photos feel really cinematic – honestly this is the best set of Myanmar photos I’ve ever came across in a single blogpost! I went a couple of years back and would love to visit again and venture to other areas beyond Bagan and Inle Lake. Well, till next time! For now, I’ll relish through your posts =)


    • LVV Travel
      30 Jan 2018 @ 8:18 pm

      Oh man, this makes us sooo happy to hear – you don’t even know. Thank you, Kristine!


  3. GallopAroundTheGlobe (@KiaraGallop)
    27 Jan 2018 @ 6:48 pm

    Beautiful photos! I visited Myanmar last December and my favourite bits were exploring the temples of Bagan and the Kalaw to Inle Lake trek 😊


  4. Yuki Davidoff
    26 Jan 2018 @ 10:04 pm

    Beautiful photos! How do you go about photographing people in the places you travel to? I’m in Guatemala right now, and I’ve read a little about how we should ask permission and offer them a small amount of money before we get their photo. What do you think? Have you written anything about this or have any resources in mind?


    • LVV Travel
      26 Jan 2018 @ 10:50 pm

      Hi Yuki. Photographing people and street photography is definitely a bit of a tricky subject because first at foremost, you want to be respectful but you also want to capture natural photographs without people posing. We do ask permission and then will often step back and let people go on with what they’re doing before photographing. We also don’t take photos if people aren’t comfortable with having their photo taken (imagine if people came to your country and shoved a camera in your face!). We haven’t written anything on this yet but hoping to get something out with tips soon so stay posted!


  5. Angela
    26 Jan 2018 @ 11:25 am

    Really great photos here! It looks like theres a little bit of everything there, I would love to check it out!


  6. siarraturner
    26 Jan 2018 @ 8:40 am

    So, from the first photo, I screamed. Literally screamed. Such amazing photography here! Myanmar was already on my list, but now…now I just have to get there faster.

    Best shots: the people. You truly captured each every one.


    • LVV Travel
      26 Jan 2018 @ 10:51 pm

      !!! Oh man. Thank you so much. Seriously, this is why we do what we do and we’re so grateful when people appreciate our work. Thank you!!


  7. themunchingtraveller
    25 Jan 2018 @ 11:28 am

    These pictures look simply amazing! Myanmar is definitely a country that I need to visit!


  8. a speck in time
    25 Jan 2018 @ 11:10 am

    You have captured Burma in your beautiful photos, indeed you have succeeded to excite me about it. Gotta go there. We are very tight on time till May though.


  9. SheWentToSpain
    25 Jan 2018 @ 10:43 am

    Wow, Myanmar is beautiful! Such an off the beaten path travel destination. It’s definitely in my travel bucket list!! So unique and interesting


  10. Ridima
    25 Jan 2018 @ 8:59 am

    Wow! Just the perfect collection of pictures. Added myanmar in my bucket list of 2018.


  11. Melissa Rice
    25 Jan 2018 @ 7:50 am

    What stunning photos! I especially like how you’ve combined portraits, cultural activities and gorgeous landscapes. Burma’s been on my list for awhile and this post serves to solidify my plan to visit someday..


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