I joined Travel Nation in 2017 and I’ve been working in travel since 2006.
I first caught the travel bug whilst I was at school and had a few holidays to America. It was then that I realised that travel was the industry for me.
I didn’t go to university so after college I went straight into working for Easy Jet as cabin crew before settling on the ground and working for Hayes and Jarvis.
I worked for 10 years for Hayes and Jarvis and specialised in the USA, Canada and Caribbean to name a few places.
Amy has visited:
At home with my young son.
Dirty Dancing – an all-time classic and chick flick.
I would love to work as a Marine Biologist.
I enjoy spending time with my family and friends and getting out and about and exploring.
The Highway drive from San Francisco to Los Angeles; I already knew it is of the best drives you can do but when you’re there, it really is amazing - the scenery you can see! I recommend doing the drive south so when you’re driving on the right hand side of the road, the coastline is on your right sand it’s easier to look and to pull over and stop at a viewpoint.
Camera, hand sanitizer, good book, portable charger and travel pillow!
If it’s more than one night I like to unpack so I know where everything is.
Definitely New York. I love the hustle and bustle and it’s my favourite city! I love the buzz that you get and of course the shopping.
Arriving in Australia at the age of 17 and sleeping in a swag by Uluru and watching the sunrise! Absolutely phenomenal.
New York, the Maldives and San Francisco.
Meeru in the Maldives. Absolute paradise! Fabulous food and a great place to get away from it all! I stayed in a Jacuzzi Water Villa and spent most days snorkelling from the steps of our villa and watching the marine life from our terrace with a cocktail.
Long Beach in Antigua; crystal clear, blue water and a massive stretch of beach that makes you feel like sometimes it’s only you there.
Australia (Adelaide) as it was the first time I went away on my own and the furthest I’ve been.
If there’s no tea and coffee in the room! I love my tea in the morning.
I’d love to go to New Zealand and do a self-drive around both islands and see Doubtful Sound.
Kangaroo tails while in Australia.
Spending two days in hospital in Alice Springs was an experience.
Definitely Sydney – I’d love to be there over New Year’s Eve and see the fireworks over the bridge.
There are too many to think of! But the Sunday parties at Shirley Heights lookout in Antigua are good. Every Sunday, the party starts off just before sunset and carries on until late. You have fantastic views, jerk food, music and rum! It’s popular with the locals too which is a nice mix.