Kathryn Ann Hendriks admitted failing to comply with notification requirements
She'd plotted a sunshine trip to Abu Dhabi and applied for a passport.
Hendriks, 51, had previously dodged jail in 2014 for making indecent images of kids.
The offence saw her put on the sex offenders register and meant she had to comply with notification requirements.
She breached these after setting up online aliases and applying for a passport - but failing to tell the authorities.
Hendriks pleaded guilty to five charges related to failing to comply with requirements and admitted setting up the aliases; OMG Terasaki, Deep Terasaki, Terasaki X, and an email address.
Magistrates have now sentenced her to an 18 month community order, with a requirement to complete 25 rehabilitation activity requirement days.
The defendant must also obey a curfew lasting for six weeks.
At an earlier hearing Natalie Robinson, prosecuting, said Hendriks had received a 15 month prison sentence, suspended for 24 months, in October 2014.
Because she was put on the register, she must now adhere to certain requirements, including notifying officers of any significant change of circumstances within three days.
"She has been monitored by officers and visited 25 times since October 2014 and January this year", Ms Robinson said.
"During one visit it was established that she did not have an internet connection and did not own a mobile phone."
Hendriks was told if she did ever get a phone or the internet, she would have to notify them.
In April, police received a call from Hendriks, of Silton Grove, Hartburn, who told them "about her intention to travel abroad" and that she had applied for a passport.
Hendriks was told she would need to register this at a nearby station as soon as possible, but she never did.
The next month follow-up inquiries were made by officers to the passport office.
They then found out that a passport had already been issued to Hendriks a month beforehand.
She was arrested for failing to tell them about this, and her home was searched on May 5.
By this point, Hendriks had had the internet installed and was in possession of a mobile phone.
Upon examination of devices, user names and an email address were found to be in use and a planned trip to Abu Dhabi was in the works.
But Hendriks initially tried to deny the phone was hers, and lied saying it belonged to her dead father.
She later admitted the truth.
Colin Sleeman, representing Hendriks, said there were "mitigating circumstances" and that she had ill health.