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Bio Travel & Marketing | Australian 🇦🇺 | Email : info@laurenbath.com | Currently: Zimbabwe! 💚🐘| 📷 Olympus E-M1 M II | Travel Bootcamp 2018👇🏻

Website http://www.thetravelbootcamp.com/

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Instagram Image by Lauren Bath | Australia (@laurenepbath) with caption : "Good morning ... from Zimbabwe! 😱 No, this image is not taken in Zim. Haha. I’m all over the place right now. This post " at One Tree Hill Maleny - 1719433620143345432
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Good morning ... from Zimbabwe! 😱 No, this image is not taken in Zim. Haha. I’m all over the place right now. This post is about my upcoming conference but I’m writing from Zimbabwe and the image is from Sunshine Coast. 😩😂 So, as per my last post I am super excited to announce that the next Travel Bootcamp is now on sale. For new people to this account or anyone just catching this post my conference is a massive passion project from my desire to help others succeed in the industry I work in. Effectively I get paid to travel as an ‘instagrammer’ and photographer and I love to teach others how I did it and how to get into the industry too. We’ve called the event the Travel Bootcamp because it’s LIKE a Bootcamp with an overload of information and skills that you won’t get anywhere else. Tickets are on early bird pricing at the moment, which is $100 off the full price and the best pricing we’ll offer for the event. Yes, tickets are expensive but there’s no other place you can go to get a full day (7:30 AM - 8:00 PM) with three successful professionals willing to share all. Georgia, Liz and I live for this day. So come along if you want to get paid to travel, or you just want to be super inspired or you want to hear all the bts stories of recent work. (Orangutans anyone? 🐒) I’m genuinely so excited for this already and it’s four months away! Lol. The website is on my profile, you can buy tickets through that site and you can also check our Instagram - @thetravelbootcamp ✈️🌏🌈📸🙊❤️ . . . . . .

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Instagram Image by Lauren Bath | Australia (@laurenepbath) with caption : "FINALLY! Finally we are live with our next Travel Bootcamp conference, sorry it’s taken so long but we’ve wanted to make" at QT Gold Coast - 1716458278470360808
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FINALLY! Finally we are live with our next Travel Bootcamp conference, sorry it’s taken so long but we’ve wanted to make it perfect. If you want to learn how to get paid to travel through instagramming, blogging or writing then check out our only 2018 event. We’re coming back to my home turf, the Gold Coast and we’ve finally landed our dream venue too. (QT Gold Coast). The date is the 30th June and our early bird tickets will be on sale for at least the next few weeks, or until sold out. They’re $100 off so definitely worth snapping up. For those that have come to past events I’m also excited to announce that I’m completely redoing my content to reflect changes to the industry, new features on Instagram and new learnings. This is hands down my favorite thing to do and I hope to meet heaps of you there! Link in bio to buy tickets/ learn more or check out @thetravelbootcamp ❤️❤️❤️ . . . . . .

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Instagram Image by Lauren Bath | Australia (@laurenepbath) with caption : "Wow guys, we’ve been through some pretty deep feelings in the past week. I personally can’t tell you how PROUD I am of m" at Borneo Orangutan Survival - 1714259541191009036
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Wow guys, we’ve been through some pretty deep feelings in the past week. I personally can’t tell you how PROUD I am of my Instagram family right now, genuinely proud and grateful for the community we’ve built here and my friendships and relationships with you all. As we all know, social media can be a toxic environment or, at the very least, a shallow and selfish place at times. The day before I posted my first image from Borneo I messaged my best friend and told him how worried I was that my pictures and words would be ignored, that people would choose to look the other way rather than face the uncomfortable truth of what our world has become. But you didn’t. I asked you to follow BOS Foundation and together we gained them over 1,000 new followers. I asked you to please like and comment on my posts and together we’ve helped to share this content with the world. The one thing I didn’t ask you to do was donate and yet so many of you did! I’m honestly just astounded and grateful and proud. We’ve proved that social media can be used for good and I intend to do a lot more projects like this to feed our souls. If you haven’t already please follow @bosfoundation , comment and like and tag your friends. Tag them all, I’ve kept every post and every story live. If you can donate and you want to help more then join many of us who have adopted an orangutan this month, the link is in my profile. And today in my story I’ve got all the cuteness, all the behind the scenes and all the happy moments to thank you for going on this ride with me! 🐒 . . . . . .

Instagram Image by Lauren Bath | Australia (@laurenepbath) with caption : "This is baby Zahri, who I met at forest school in Nyaru Menteng. In fact Zahri is still in the baby house and you might " at Borneo Orangutan Survival - 1713383985448494006
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This is baby Zahri, who I met at forest school in Nyaru Menteng. In fact Zahri is still in the baby house and you might recognize him from the famous wheelbarrow shot of a few days ago. 🐒❤️🐒❤️🐒. Zahri was rescued in June last year and was found severely malnourished with two bullets embedded in his tiny body. Luckily he received the care he needed and is now thriving with the other babies, although he’s definitely a lot more shy than his inquisitive friends. Something about this little guy absolutely melted my heart and that was before I heard his back story. Whilst it’s true that humans can do atrocious things to animals, and it’s difficult to understand the motives of these people, it’s hugely important to know that people born to poverty will make decisions differently than those born to privilege. I’m going to talk a lot about that in my story today so I hope you can check it out and also leave a comment here (and a like) to help this content spread further. Many people are also asking how else they can help and here’s two super easy things you can do today - 1) Follow @bosfoundation and 2) Tag a friend who loves animals into this post. 🙏🏻❤️😍 🐒 . . . . . .

Instagram Image by Lauren Bath | Australia (@laurenepbath) with caption : "This is possibly one of my favorite images that I’ve ever taken, the vulnerability of Choki and the gentleness of the ve" at Borneo Orangutan Survival - 1712206781595394956
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This is possibly one of my favorite images that I’ve ever taken, the vulnerability of Choki and the gentleness of the vets makes my heart break every time I look at it. It might not seem like it, to see this photo, but Choki is one of the lucky ones. She was tranquilized to be taken for a health check up ahead of her move from quarantine cages to socialization cages. From here she will be trialed with various other orangutans before her group will be put on a waiting list for a pre release island. If all goes well Choki will be released back into the wild, in a vast 86,000 hectare jungle that BOS now owns. 🌴🌴🌴 One of the biggest challenges for the Foundation is securing land for orangutans, a place to release them to. Without more forest the issues that plague the species now will keep continuing. Even the unprecedented purchase of the land I just mentioned will only provide space for 100 released orangutans and their eventual families, before more is required. That’s why BOS works closely with many stakeholders in Borneo and why reforestation is a big part of their game plan. It’s just a matter of juggling the budget and the different stages of the program to make sure all orangutans are progressing towards eventual freedom. Check out my story for photos and videos of Choki’s procedure and please leave a comment to help this content spread! @bosfoundation 🐒 . . . . . .

Instagram Image by Lauren Bath | Australia (@laurenepbath) with caption : "This is one of the most confronting images that I took in Borneo and, for me, this was one of the hardest things I’ve ev" at Borneo Orangutan Survival - 1711181203903871693
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This is one of the most confronting images that I took in Borneo and, for me, this was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to shoot. Afterwards I went back to my room and just cried and cried and I still cry to think about it now. I’ve seen pictures like this in the media and spared them a few minutes of sympathy before moving on with my life, but seeing this with my own eyes affected me fundamentally. These are the long term cages, for animals that have slipped through the cracks. They’ve either been too big to handle or sick with contagious diseases that can’t enter the main population. Some are just waiting until the resources are there to put them onto a pre release island, some can’t get along with other orangutans, some have been broken by humans and some are in long term sanctuary and will never have freedom again. Small though these cages are they can cost up to $20,000 and the resources aren’t there to replace them with better facilities, yet. Although I saw many happy endings for orangutans in Samboja and Nyaru Menteng, I also saw too many animals in these cages. Depressed and dejected, although some are angry still and rattle their cages and spit as you walk by. It’s the difficult job of the program director here to prioritize cases, move animals around the different facilities and decide which are eligible for release. With so many moving parts they’re doing a fine job with the resources they have. Please leave a like and comment, even if you don’t ‘like’ the situation. The more awareness we can spread the better. There’s more information in my Instagram story, with video too. Oh, and this is Roslyn. 💔@bosfoundation . . . . . .