After graduating from university, I left the green fields of Devon behind. I opted to travel instead of immediately joining the daily rugby scrum on the London Underground. Travelling extensively through South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Kenya and Tanzania. Visiting North India's Hill Stations and the Golden Triangle. More recently I have taken part in some more adventurous travelling; climbing Kilimanjaro and Stok Kangri in Ladakh, India. All of these experiences gave me a travel bug that I still haven't shaken off and I now wishes to use this passion for travel to design experiences-of-a-lifetime for clients. I still like to pop back to Devon every now and then for a cream tea.
What's your favourite destination?
Which destination is top of your bucket list, and why?
How many languages do you speak?
Which five items do you always pack when travelling?
Factor 30+, a Lonely Planet guide, iPad, ear plugs and my camera
What's your top travel tip?
Be open and prepared for new experiences. Some of the most amazing and memorable travel experiances that I've had, have been the least expected