“You know, my friend Barbara knows a girl who went there solo, and she said it felt really unsafe. Are you sure it’s safe?” I hope like hell that it’s not safe. Safe is a boring word. Going on holiday and playing it “safe” sounds like my idea of hell. I don’t want safe. I […]
Are you looking for a laid back beach vibe, but are sick of your usual haunts in the Caribbean and Central America? The Mediterranean too busy for you? Look no further than the tiny cluster of Pacific Islands that make up the nation of the Cook Islands! Rarotonga, the main island, is where your flight […]
A lot of people have mentioned to me that swimming with whale sharks is on their bucket list. When I heard I could swim with the whale sharks in the Philippines for a fraction of the cost of doing it in Australia, I jumped at the chance and booked flights for last Easter. Apparently, this […]
If you’re planning a family holiday to Fiji and looking to visit the outer Fiji Islands, consider taking an adventurous day trip out with South Sea Cruises. They are Fiji’s most experienced cruise operator, running tourists between island resorts on large catamarans and offering an abundance of day trips to various islands. Some of these […]
For years I have been lucky enough to have travelled to destinations that consistently hit the top 10 lists for travelers. Often gorgeous sunny beach destinations, and usually in developing countries such as Mexico, Thailand, Cuba, Fiji and Vietnam these heavily touristed areas are not always well developed outside the luxury resort’s 7 foot high […]
With New Zealand’s Waitangi Day celebrations coming up, I thought I’d let you all know my 10 reasons to travel to New Zealand. It’s such a wonderful country, full of fantastic people, If you agree, please, share this blog!!
I just read the huffington post article written by Ed Perkins, which claimed cruising was a “Rip Off” and realised I had to tell the other side of the story. Cruising is NOT a rip off, here’s why.
The Warwick Le Lagon in Port Vila Vanuatu is a stunning resort well equipped for families and honeymooners alike. I travelled here in June 2013, and stayed in a garden view room for 2 nights while on a work trip. Situated on the edge of the Erakor Lagoon, and with tropical gardens and grassy lawns sprawling over […]
The world is constantly evolving and changing with the times, cities expand, and others disappear off the map. Where is hot to travel to in 2014 that is on the brink of changing forever? Elbow your way into these 3 destinations right away! Havana, Cuba Tourism numbers are booming […]
My first article for Escape Travel’s online blogs has finally gone live! The piece is mostly focused on travelling through Finland and visiting the Santa Village in The Arctic Circle. I wrote a similar blog piece a month ago for this round the world Rachel blog, but it’s a bit more, uh, laid back in writing style… […]
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...