Why do I love being a Travel Consultant?

I’m always excited to meet with clients and hear about their dream holidays. I love helping them make that vision into a reality. I am passionate about this because I believe that travelling is good for the soul. Stepping outside of our day-to-day lives, having new experiences and seeing how people from other places and cultures live their lives expands our world view.
That greater perspective stays with you long after the trip is over. The memories you make while travelling last forever. I love that my job is helping you make sure those memories are the most extraordinary that they can be. Let's talk about where you want to go next!

My top travel picks.

Every trip I have taken has enriched my life. Whether it's journeying back to where my family originates or experiencing some of the most beautiful and romantic spots on the planet, I have been shaped by the places I've been. Take a look at some of my favourite destinations to help inspire the planning of your next trip.

  • Kylemore Abbey Kylemore Abbey, Ireland
  • Bora Bora with palm tree in foreground Over-water bungalows and palm tree in Bora Bora
  • Amoudi Bay, Oia Amoudi Bay, Oia, Santorini, Greece
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Kylemore Abbey.


Ireland was an especially meaningful journey for me. Walking in the footsteps of my grandparents gave me a greater understanding of the history of the Emerald Isleas well an appreciation for the charm and warmth of its people. 

Kylemore Abbey is just one of the many ancient castles scattered around the Irish countryside that you can still visit today.

Insider tip: Want to experience an evening of medieval magic? Ireland has many castles that have been converted into hotels! Talk to me about booking your stay.

Bora Bora.

French Polynesia

You must put Bora Bora, in French Polynesia, on your beach destination bucket list. Thatched bungalows over crystal blue waters and lapping white sandy shores await you. It's the closest I've seen to Paradise.

Insider tip: The peak travel season in Bora Bora is actually during the Canadian summer. That’s because May through October are the driest months with moderate temperatures. From December to March the days are hotter and tend to have more rain. Consider booking your trip in between these seasons - in April or in November - for the best price and weather.



Exploring with family and friends creates lasting bonds. I recently took a group trip to Greece, where we cycled in Mykonos, sailed in Santorini and experienced authentic Greek food and culture. Looking like living postcards, these islands are decorated with gleaming white houses scattered along rocky seaside landscapes.

Insider tip: For an authentic taste of Greece, take the stairs from the picturesque town of Oia on Santorini down to Amoudi Bay. There you can taste the freshest seafood caught that day by the local fishermen.