Why do I love being a Travel Consultant?

Travelling is one passion of mine and another is swapping travel stories with others -- trading knowledge and tips about favourite places and off-the-beaten-path attractions. Being a travel consultant allows me to indulge in both of these. It’s always rewarding when clients come back to tell me about their vacations and what they have learned.

My top travel picks.

I am an explorer at heart, always looking for the next adventure. The best trips are the ones that stick with you long after you've come home. Here are some photos of my most memorable travel destinations. Come in and see me and let's book your next adventure together!

  • Hamilton, Bermuda Hamilton, Bermuda
  • Dublin, Ireland Dublin, Ireland
  • Las Vegas, Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
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Hamilton.

Bermuda

Bermuda is a unique island to visit. It’s a short flight or you can even take a cruise from New York to the island. Spend the day in Hamilton, exploring Front Street with its classic pastel colored buildings, or just relax on the famous pink sandy beaches.

Insider tip: The dining atmosphere in Bermuda is unique, because there are no fast food or franchise chains allowed. This means you have an abundant opportunity to sample unique, local delicacies for all your meals and snacks.

Dublin.

Ireland

There is so much to see and do in Dublin! Be sure to visit the Guinness Brewery and the Gravity Bar, which offers 360-degree views across the city skyline. Lose yourself for an afternoon exploring Temple Bar area, which is full of great pubs and unique shopping spots.

Insider tip: While you're there, take a trip north to Northern Ireland to see the Titanic museum in Belfast and to visit the Giant’s Causeway – a natural wonder of stone columns that are millions of years old.

Las Vegas, Nevada.

USA

Las Vegas is another spot that I highly recommend. It offers so much more than just gambling, with the glitzy entertainment, over-the-top hotels to explore along the strip and an unbelievable array of shops and restaurants. It's also a great base for day trips to the Grand Canyon or the Hoover Dam.

Insider tip: You can't flag a cab in Vegas. The law prevents them from picking up a passenger by the side of the road. If you need a taxi, call in advance and have them pick you up at your hotel or casino.