I'm from Wellington, New Zealand 'the coolest little capital of the world.' My desire to learn about history and different cultures lead me to study travel and tourism. I've travelled to 15 countries so far, mostly on my own and in different styles. I love exploring and spreading the wonder of travel to others by assisting in making their travel plans come true. Immersing myself in the culture and history of the destination has always been my highlight of every trip.
My favourite places
Buda and Pest are two different cities separated by a river, together they make Budapest. The vibrance of the city will leave you in awe as you're surrounded by beautiful European architecture. Pass by castles and bridges on a sunset dinner cruise on the Danube River and later on in the night, relax in a historic spring-fed thermal bath.
Australia & The South Pacific
The picturesque adventure capital of New Zealand. Feel inspired by the tranquil scenery, surrounded by majestic mountains overlooking the crystal clear Lake Wakatipu. There is enough natural beauty and excitement here to put Queenstown near the top of your bucket list.
Central & South America
The largest waterfall system in the world and one of the new seven natural wonders of the world. Bordering 3 countries, Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. Visit the spectacular rainforest with ongoing waterfalls all around you. It's best to visit the falls on both the Argentinian and Brazilian side.
Great Ocean Road
Australia & South Pacific
Experience one of the world's most scenic coastal drives and get up close to koalas in their natural habitat. See the towering Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and visit the Gibson Steps. Travel through the hinterland forest and get your boots on for a bushwalk!
Did you know?
- There are more sheep than there are people in New Zealand.
- Kopi Luwak is the most expensive coffee in the world originating from Indonesia. It's made from coffee beans partly digested by Asian Palm Civets.
- Wellington, New Zealand is the city that has the most cafés per capita in the world.
- Legally, you can only hold a koala in two Australian states, South Australia and Queensland.