Having worked in various travel agencies for more than 10 years, I found my home at Travel Nation, amongst other wanderlusters. I travelled around the world in 2004 when I saw the most beautiful paradise islands (French Polynesia), the bluest skies (Australia), the most peaceful desert sands (Namibia) and the most breath-taking scenery (New Zealand). Nowadays, all grown up, I travel with my family and I hope to inspire my two young children to discover the world for themselves. Thanks to this job we have already had the opportunity to visit Dubai, Australia, Borneo and Bali together and still more experiences await us as the adventure continues.
I fully understand how it is to travel as a family, and I would love the opportunity to share my knowledge with you as you plan your perfect trip. At Travel Nation I am not restricted to recommend certain airlines or suppliers. I can tailor-make your trip using the very best options which will give you the best value itinerary. I will always look for a solution where other travel agents might say no, it’s not possible. There is a whole world out there and happily, anything is possible. Feel free to send me details of your dream trip and let the adventure begin!
Liz has visited:
The Smiths, REM, The Libertines (I’m an indie kid at heart) The Vaccines, Noah and the Whale….I could go on and on…
Feeling the sand between my toes.
Polynesia, I just couldn’t leave.
New Zealand, everyone said it was like Wales –I’m very sorry, no offence Wales but NZ is in a different league.
Unpack – just to pretend it’s really home for a while.
South of France, it stole my heart as a 17 year old and I never recovered.
My first trip to New York when I was in my twenties, I felt like I was on a movie set and spent the whole time gazing skywards. It was my first trip outside Europe and my head was irrevocably turned.
Bali, French Polynesia, New York (the order changes depending on mood).
The Hudson, New York, it reminds me of a life gone-by. And the Hotel Klumpu, Bali for its all-out gorgeousness. An absolute gem of a place.
A corner of Moorea, French Polynesia, under a palm tree, over-looking the motu. It’s just paradise, that’s why.
As many Caribbean islands as possible .
Best – deep-fried ice-cream, honestly, it’s not as dirty as it sounds. Worst – I have no idea what it was but it was soft and squashy and radioactive in colour and it was served as a dessert on a flight from Hong Kong to Singapore.
I was an au pair in France as a teenager and I totally loved that feeling of being a foreigner in a country. Maybe that’s where it all started….
Departure lounge Kuala Lumpur – it was time to fly home to reality and I had no money left for the amazing shopping L
Tokyo (I loved Lost in Translation), or New York.