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Tourist, 29, beat for enjoying time in the Yarra Valley while “Australia is on fire”

A tourist has been slammed because he has enjoyed her time in Australia while there are forest fires all over the country.

Deni Kirkova – currently based in Melbourne – was shot back after being called “smug” and “self-righteous” by people online to post a photo of her time in the Yarra Valley in Victoria on Instagram.

“When I placed a picture of me in a vineyard in the Yarra Valley, people started asking if I had been hacked and told me to” think about what I was doing, “said Deni (29).

“Someone even said,” Oh look, another self-absorbed silly clog #AustralianBushfiresDisaster #GetALife “.

A tourist has been slammed because he has enjoyed her time in Australia while there are forest fires across the country (photo by Deni Kirkova)

A tourist has been slammed because he has enjoyed her time in Australia while there are forest fires across the country (photo by Deni Kirkova)

Deni Kirkova (photo) – currently based in Melbourne – was shot back after being called “smug” and “self-assured” by people online to post a photo of themselves

While the 29-year-old admitted that she had reported serious abuse she had received, Deni said it made her think about how we can “stay normal” while forest fires destroy the country and air quality is one of the worst in the world is.

“I was at the beach yesterday and it was super creepy,” she said online.

“Shouldn’t we leave the house?! I am not sure at this moment how to exist here, my heart breaks out in the morning on thick smoke from my window. ”

While the 29-year-old admitted that she had reported serious abuse she received, Deni (photo) said it made her think about how we can 'stay normal' while forest fires destroy the country and air quality is one of the worst is in the world

While the 29-year-old admitted that she had reported serious abuse she received, Deni (photo) said it made her think about how we can 'stay normal' while forest fires destroy the country and air quality is one of the worst is in the world

While the 29-year-old admitted that she had reported serious abuse she received, Deni (photo) said it made her think about how we can ‘stay normal’ while forest fires destroy the country and air quality is one of the worst is in the world

Deni (photo) said she realizes that it is difficult to continue life as normal while there are forest fires, but she believes it is vital

Deni (photo) said she realizes that it is difficult to continue life as normal while there are forest fires, but she believes it is vital

Deni (photo) said she realizes that it is difficult to continue life as normal while there are forest fires, but she believes it is vital

Deni said she realizes that it’s hard to continue life as normal while there are forest fires, but she believes it’s vital.

“Trying to stay normal – in support of local tourism and businesses – is also important,” she said.

“The economy is already suffering and what people really don’t need is financial struggle after seeing their neighborhoods burn down.”

Deni said that while people often come from the right place to feel sorry for Australia, they don’t realize that “large parts of it are actually okay” (pictured on the beach)

She recommends that you stay in a family home, whether it is a campsite, hotel or hostel and comes without food, so that you can stock up at local stores

She recommends that you stay in a family home, whether it is a campsite, hotel or hostel and comes without food, so that you can stock up at local stores

She recommends that you stay in a family home, whether it is a campsite, hotel or hostel and comes without food, so that you can stock up at local stores

Deni said that while people often come from the right place and feel sorry for Australia and its inhabitants, they don’t realize that “large parts of the country are actually okay.”

“It’s great to be a tourist and enjoy what you can do,” Deni told Daily Mail Australia.

‘You can help by donating to a number of first-line and bushfire emergency services, but another way we can help is to buy from small Australian brands wherever possible and visit the areas close to those involved.

“We need to see the beauty of this country and spend money on local businesses,” she said.

‘If the smoke has disappeared, go to a family home, whether it is a campsite, hotel or hostel.

‘Come without food and an empty esky and go to the local shops. Eat in the cafes and restaurants, and yes, taste some incredible Australian wine. “

Deni concluded: ‘Australia is suffering and there are so many ways we can participate and help.

“Life must go on.”

The (photo) message from the 29-year-old resonated, saying that they agreed that the communities were “struggling enough without people refusing to go there and spending their money”

“We need to see the beauty of this country and spend money on local businesses,” said Deni (photo)

The updated message from the 29-year-old resonated with her followers, who said they agreed that the communities “struggle enough without people refusing to go to spend their money there.”

“We have to help rebuild these places and one of those ways is to visit, spend money and donate!” one person posted.

Evacuations are currently underway and there have been emergency reports in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia, as the authorities predict that the devastating forest fires will continue to burn until at least March.

At least 28 people have been killed on fire across the country since the bushfire season began in October.

The bushfire crisis in Australia: what you need to know

The evacuations are underway and there are emergency warnings in NSW, Victoria and South Australia, as the authorities predict that the devastating forest fires will continue to burn until at least March.

At least 28 people have been killed on fire across the country since the bushfire season began in October.

NEW SOUTH WALES / ACT

At least 120 forest fires burned in NSW on Wednesday morning

20 people dead

More than 5.2 million hectares burned – equivalent to the metro areas of the five main cities of the mainland

1870 houses confirmed destroyed, more than 3774 outbuildings and 200 facilities destroyed

VICTORIA

Four people dead

12 forest fires burn in the Gippsland, the northeast and the Alps

More than 1.2 million hectares burned

330 structures confirmed destroyed but expected considerably more

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Three people, including two from Kangaroo Island, are dead

Six fires burn on Kangaroo Island

More than 274,000 hectares burned

161 houses confirmed destroyed, along with 413 sheds and outbuildings

Approximately 600 properties on Kangaroo Island remain without power with SA Power Networks that warn that it may take some time for crews to access the fire department to assess damage

QUEENSLAND

33 forest fires burn

2.5 million hectares burned

48 houses confirmed destroyed

WEST AUSTRALIA

More than 35 forest fires burn, two of significance

1.5 million hectares burned

A house confirmed destroyed

TASMANIA

23 forest fires burn, two of significance

30,000 hectares burned

Destroyed two houses confirmed

NORTHERN TERRITORY

Five fires burn

Destroyed five houses confirmed

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