Travel blogger recreates vacation snaps at home with hilarious results

Travel blogger creates home vacations with hilarious results

A travel blogger has recreated his vacation at home during the Koranic pandemic – with hilarious results. Sharon Waugh, from Cape Town, South Africa, reproduces dreamy photos posted by bloggers in remote locations from the comfort of her own home, using household items such as toilet paper and an ironing board as makeshift supports. With the top leaning over the kitchen window wrapped in a duvet to copy a bold image shared by an influencer in a hotel room. Scroll to see more …

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Boarding during the lock? Traveler blogger Sharon Waugh (right) recreates popular poses hit by holiday influences. Here, an ironing board becomes a surfboard.

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It’s hard to get to the Taj Mahal right now, so Sharon has created her own version of toilet paper rolls for this snapshot.

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From the top of the lake to the top of the bed. Sharon joked that holiday poses would be a good way for obsessive travelers to deal with coronavirus.

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Instead of exotic foliage, Sharon used a reliable potted plant in her bedroom to recreate this affective attitude.

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Yoga this! Sharon showed that you could do yoga at sunset in your window at home.

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Recreating the famous image of the couple “follow with the whole world”, Sharon invited her fans on Instagram to follow her in her kitchen.

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Due to the coronavirus crisis, camping may not be possible for some people. But using her creativity, Sharon built a pillow fortress in her living room.

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Using her pillow as a background, Sharon recreated the heart above your head, minus the amazing sunset …

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Instead of posing in front of murals, Sharon used her refrigerator to recreate the image of this blogger.

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Continuous viewing: Sharon said that virtual museum tours during the lockdown meant she could appreciate the Mona Lisa without facing crowds.

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In another moment, Sharon recreates a blogger on their feet in a dream location – except for the version of Sharon looking at her backyard with a distinctly different point of view. However, Sharon notes, the lock has made people more grateful for any outdoor space they have.

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