I have just started working in the travel industry. The world intrigues me and my passion for travelling and exploring it has led me to choose a new career in travel.
Learning about all of the destinations and sharing the ever growing knowledge with customers to help them have a great holiday is very rewarding.
I have just booked a holiday to Thailand. I will be island-hopping around Koh Kut, Ko Mak and Ko Chang and then heading up to Khao Yai National park for some wildlife spotting among the forests and waterfalls. I have chosen Thailand as I have not been before and as it is so popular with customers I think it is a good destination to experience.
I would like to go to Nepal to trek through parts of the Himalayas, the scenery would be amazing and I would love to meet some locals who live in the remote towns.
As a child, I often went to Majorca. I have fond memories of my parents hiring a car and exploring many parts of the island, I won't ever forget those cliff edges! I enjoyed finding lots of different beaches and little towns. The hotel had good children's entertainment for the evenings so I always had new friends to meet.
1) On long haul, I aim for flights that arrive at night time, so I can go straight to sleep and then wake up at the same time as everyone else, it helps with the jet lag.
2) Take a pre-loaded currency card to avoid carrying too much cash, you may pay an ATM fee but no bank fees.
3) I have stayed in a few hotel rooms with only one or two plug sockets so now I take a multi-plug socket to ensure all our electronics can be charged each night and that only requires one travel adapter.