Rescued by Travel Nation from a bigger travel agency in April 2010. Pompey born and bred, worked in London a few years before the allure of the sea dragged me back to the coast again, and I've been in Brighton long enough now to tutt with disdain at the recent blow-ins. My kids take up most of my free time - any little I have left spent watching the slow/painful demise of Pompey!
Pompey born and bred.
I studied at the University of Warwick.
15 years at STA Travel then time for change. Joined Travel Nation in 2010.
Wed, 18/04/2018 - 19:50
I had to cancel my first flights with Travel Nation and they were very helpful regarding my insurance claim.
Having finally flown with them, I had comfortable flights with no hassle.
Susan & Mark
Sun, 28/01/2018 - 09:37
Fantastic - couldn't have wished for more. Sean was very knowledgeable and experienced and helped us create the trip we were hoping for. He kept us up to date all the way and was always helpful and patient with our many tweaks and changes of plan! Thank you!
Sean has visited:
At the beach with my family - come rain/gale or shine.
Live from my rucksack!
Okinawa - the sub tropical islands of Japan - healthy climate/lifestyle/diet.
Annapurna Sanctuary- Nepal; Komodo Island - Indonesia; Morro de Sao Paulo- Brazil.
Annapurna Sanctuary Guest House - I forget the name of the basic shack, but the location at Annurpurna base camp in Nepal gives unrivalled views.
Bwejuu in Zanzibar - the perfect mix of being unspoilt, yet still a vital resource for its inhabitants.
Breakfast in a Japanese onsen - you have a banquet of 20+ pots and plates served on a leg-cramping low table in your room, and practically nothing is recognisable.
Best= the above breakfast - so much better than weetabix!
Strikebound in Siliguri, one of India's least enticing transport hubs.
Rio - so I can make it up the Corcovado this time.
Goa in the mid 90's brings back happy memories.