Why do I love being a Travel Consultant.

Being a travel consultant is the most amazing roller coaster ride you could imagine. Working at CAA, we are obsessed with Member safety so when I book travel for my clients, I really do feel that we’re on the ride together!

There are always fun challenges and a fantastic sense of accomplishment when I have helped to make my clients’ dreams come true.

As for a favourite place to travel - Mexico keeps calling me back. I have been all over the Caribbean, and still love returning to Mexico. It has fabulous beaches, exciting and delicious food options, unique places to visit and the best resorts to meet your needs. Everyone should visit Mexico at least once!

My top travel picks.

Sharing photos and memories from past trips is a great way to get you thinking about your next adventure. Scroll through my memories below and see if they inspire you to start thinking about your next trip. If they do, I’d love to help you get started on your planning.

  • Monastery in Meteora, Greece Meteora, Greece
  • Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Las Vegas at night Las Vegas, Nevada
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If you’re tired of island hopping, don’t miss the rich culture and sights on the mainland like Meteora, home of six monasteries built on natural pillars. A sight to behold!

Insider tip: The monasteries are closed certain days of the week and also have modesty dress codes, so be sure to call ahead.



There are a ton of sights to see at historic Edinburgh Castle. Not only was it the royal residence, but it was also an army garrison and prison! Must-see exhibits include St. Margaret’s Chapel, the Crown Jewels and Prisoner of War.

Insider tip: To avoid lineups, get your tickets for the castle well in advance and take in the Crown Jewels and St. Margaret’s Chapel first.

Las Vegas.


While famous for its night life, Las Vegas sits in the middle of Nevada’s Mojave Desert. Nature’s beauty is just steps away on sightseeing tours for those looking for a little more than the bright lights of the strip.

Insider tip: Avoid paying high food costs on the strip and head up to Freemont street. You’ll find loads of interesting choices for any type of foodie and prices that won’t break the bank.