I started this blog some years ago when I worked as a travel agent for Flight Centre Australia. I loved my job and my clients so much that I began this blog to help people make informed decisions about their holidays, and give some guidance to destinations.
As time went on, I moved away from the office desk and boarded a luxurious Super Yacht in Europe and worked as a Chef on several well known boats in Europe, The Caribbean and Asia. The blog took a backseat, because, well, no one on the boat cared much for airlines reviews or family friendly hotels in Fiji.
After a few years working on the yachts and with 100 countries now under my belt, I realised my blog could be revived, my experiences and knowledge are still very beneficial to many people and I’m excited to continue sharing them with everyone!
Over the past 15 years of travel, I have been lucky enough to have witnessed a sunrise over Machu Picchu, eaten at Joel Rouchabard L’Atelier in Paris, taught children in Nepal, rode camels in Egypt, driven all over Europe, danced at carnival in Trinidad, drank at a rum distillery in Jamaica, hiked the great wall in China, swam with whale sharks in the Philippines, slept in a penguin sanctuary in Patagonia, birdwatched in the Ecuadorian Amazon and visited countless UNESCO sites.
I have written freelance articles for EscapeTravel.com.au, Roadmojo.com and Goodgearguide.com.au
Blogger & World Luxury Traveller
After spend 15 years "on the road" living and breathing travel, I want to share my experiances.
From working as a Chef on luxury Superyachts to planning high-end client holidays as a travel agent, to working as a flight coordinator for charter and private airlines...