I'm Canadian born and raised and suffer from a severe case of wanderlust. Immersing myself in different local cultures and traditions will always be a passion of mine. When I graduated from college and started my career in travel, I took a whirlwind trip to Europe. I was forever changed after that. Trying different cuisines, people watching from riverside cafes, and trekking in picturesque landscapes are just a few things I love to do when travelling. Creating one-of-a-kind travel experiences for my clients has always been very rewarding for me. I would love to help you create memories of a lifetime, because that is what travelling is all about. "Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in you sail. Explore. Dream. Discover." - Sarah Frances Brown
My favourite places
The minute I got off the plane in Hanoi, I knew this country was going to exceed my expectations. It's a country where hustle and bustle of busy cities is paired with picturesque natural beauty. Coming from an Italian home, I am huge on food and coffee so the flavor profiles and coffee selection really blew me away.
France's many regions are so different from one another that no two locations are the same. One day you're in a busy city and the next you could be waking up in a chateau overlooking a vineyard watching the sunrise. The architecture here is magnificent and the sightseeing options are endless.
Known as the land of smiles, this friendly and fun-loving region is full of culture and history. The pristine tropical beaches, variety of temples, and delicious cuisine truly make this destination one-of-a-kind. The country's many islands make it a great destination for a romantic retreat, or honeymoon.
Where the traditional and modern meld into one. Immerse yourself in the culture here and I promise you won't be disappointed. Japan is known for its cherry blossoms, stunning gardens, shrines, and much more. For a traditional experience consider a stay at a Ryokan and take a dip in a natural hot spring.
Did you know?
- Phong Nha-Ke Bang is home to one of the oldest karst mountains in Asia. It's riddled with 100s of caves.
- To avoid being seen as rude in Thailand, don’t point at another person with your index finger or your feet.
- One of the largest temples in the world is Angkor Wat, located in Cambodia. It spans across 500 acres.
- Sumo is recognized as the national sport of Japan, although the most popular spectator sport is baseball.