Inside jetsetting Sue Duminy's incredible India trip

By Lara Atson
20 April 2016

Proteas cricketer JP Duminy’s wife, Sue, gets to travel all over the world and her recent trip to India has left us green with envy.

It's a tough life for Sue Duminy!

Proteas cricketer JP Duminy’s wife gets to travel all over the world and her recent trip to India has left us green with envy. In a video she shared on Instagram the blonde beauty tells us about her and her friend, Shireen Louw’s, first pitstop. The friends have their own travel blog and are apparently enjoying themselves enormously overseas and naturally, they’re taking plenty of selfies. In one Sue poses in a fun sunhat at Humayun’s Tomb.

Exploring Incredible India with @shireenlouw

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Sue has previously told us that India is one of her favourite destinations. She and her friend couldn’t wait to explore India’s historical monuments, one of which was Humayun’s Tomb. Like the world-famous Taj Mahal, Humayun’s Tomb features impressive architecture and more or less the same layout.

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Sue’s husband, JP, is also in India where he’s playing for the Delhi Daredevils in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Last week the couple celebrated his 32nd birthday there.

Birthday celebrations

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No wonder Sue loves India! In one of the photos she shared you can see the picturesque mountains visible from her bedroom window.

Home for the next couple of days...

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Sue is presently in Leh, in the north of the country. Leh is known for its desert surroundings and this is where Sue and her photographer friend held a photo session.

Beautiful Leh #India #Ladakh

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Because the town is at such a high altitude tourists often suffer from altitude sickness: nausea, headaches, fever, disorientation and memory loss. But it doesn’t look as if Sue suffered any of these symptoms.

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On Instagram she says she won’t forget the friendly people of Leh. In one of the photos Sue’s eight-month-old daughter, Isabella, is resting in the arms of one of Leu’s inhabitants.

Will never forget the warm and friendly people of Leh..

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Thanks for the blog, Sue! We wonder where they’ll be heading next.

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