Why do I love being a Travel Consultant?

I have a passion for Travel. I love to share my experiences with our CAA Members and help to make their travel dreams come true.

My top travel picks.

There are so many places to go and ways to see the world. I love to plan trips to Europe for the history and culture experience. I also love river and ocean Cruises because you unpack only once yet see so much! Let’s take a look at some of my top travel picks around the world, then talk about where you want to go.

  • Sheeps on cliffs, Liscannor Ireland Liscannor, Ireland
  • Jasper National Park Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada
  • Rome Italy Rome, Italy
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Liscannor.

Ireland

Ireland is beautiful and steeped in fascinating history. The landscape is scenic, the culture rich and its people are warm and welcoming. Visit the breathtaking Cliffs of Moher in County Clare and kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle (said to give the gift of eloquence). Check out the Guinness Storehouse, tour the galleries and museums and enjoy excellent cuisine in Dublin.

Insider tip: Don’t miss the Cliffs of Moher but be warned, it can be windy and chilly. Dress accordingly and even if it’s foggy you’ll enjoy this amazing natural attraction.

Jasper National Park, Alberta.

Canada

The Rocky Mountaineer, a private rail company operating on three routes between British Columbia and Alberta, is an incredible Canadian experience. This scenic and luxurious train ride takes you through the stunning vistas of the Canadian Rockies and the remote wilderness and landscapes of Western Canada in a glass domed coach!

Insider tip: Treat yourself and book GoldLeaf Service. You will not regret splurging – trust me!

Rome.

Italy

Italy is gorgeous, fun and captivating, from the stunning countryside to the romance of Venice, to the style and sophistication of Milan. Step back in time and tour the ruins and ancient monuments of Rome and Pompeii, cruise the Amalfi coast, see some of the world’s most famous works of art in Florence and dine your way through Tuscany.

Insider tip: When in Rome, bring your most comfortable walking shoes. There is so much to see by foot!