Why do I love being a Travel Consultant?

I like to think that, as a travel consultant, I’m bringing the people of the world together through discovery and shared experiences.

Every journey is unforgettable and unique. I love hearing about what motivates people to travel and helping them select an ideal getaway. When my clients get back and tell me about the great time they had, it gives me the ultimate satisfaction!

My top travel picks.

I enjoy travelling around the world to explore places, meet new people and learn about different cultures and their histories. These are some of the places that have made a lasting impression on me. I’d love the chance to help create some travel memories for you too so give me a call!

  • Cathedral in Cologne, Germany Cologne, Germany
  • Camel in desert Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong Hong Kong, China
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Cologne.

Germany

Cologne is the largest city in Germany and its most visited landmark, the famous Cologne Cathedral (a UNESCO world Heritage site) is the world’s tallest twin-spired church and truly a sight to behold.

Insider tip: Lighting is everything. Wait for the sunset until the bridge and cathedral are lit to get the perfect photo.

Dubai.

United Arab Emirates

Dubai is a modern city where you’ll find some of the most spectacular modern architecture, including the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. It’s an ideal stopover destination when flying from Toronto to Asia and a fantastic shopping destination, boasting 70 shopping centres including the world’s largest, the Dubai Mall.

Insider tip: A camel desert safari is the most authentic way to explore the Dubai desert. You could also have a blast "dune bashing" (off-roading done on sand dunes) followed by a delicious BBQ dinner under the desert stars.

Hong Kong.

China

Hong Kong has an iconic skyline with awesome views. The Victoria Peak is the highest point on Hong Kong island and a popular tourist attraction. Visit the Temple Street Night market or take some quiet time away from the urban noise at Man Mo Temple and marvel at the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery.

Insider tip: Always familiarize yourself with the rules and rituals of any temple or holy site you plan to visit. If you visit the Man Mo Temple and decide to light a stick of incense as an offering, wave it lightly to extinguish the flame as blowing it out is considered quite rude in Chinese culture.