I joined Travel Nation in 2012 after returning to Brighton from a year working and travelling in Africa. Originally from Germany, I arrived in Brighton 3 years ago - initially to see a friend and attend her wedding but quickly fell in love with the place by the sea and have made it home.
I did an apprenticeship in a travel agency in Germany and then went travelling for several months.
4 years with TUI Germany, 5 years with independent Travel Agencies while I was studying Geography and Tourism at University.
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Kompliment an Frau Welton die perfekte Tour ausgesucht und geplant hat.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Rajko und Slobodanka Lakusic
Tanja has visited:
Wind/kite surfing, cycling and BBQing in the summer - cooking, reading and skiing/snowboarding if I'm lucky in the winter.
Managing a butterfly centre in Cambodia.
Nias, Sumatra. 4 nights quickly became 14 - got bitten by the surf bug!
Malawi - outstanding natural beauty, amazing snorkelling with Lake Malawi's multicoloured tropical fish, lovely people and stunning wildlife experiences.
Sydney, because the weather's great, the people are relaxed, the town's vibrant with great beaches and a lovely natural harbour and it's close to the fantastic Blue Mountains. Need I say more?
A 4-week holiday with my family to the west coast USA - visiting the famous cities and stunning National Parks.
Samoa (lovely people, beautiful island), Hell's Gate NP in Kenya (you can independently walk or cycle through the safari park and there's also an amazing gorge in the south of the park), Mount Bromo on Java (great experience to climb it early morning to see the sunrise).
A difficult choice, but probably one of Zanzibar's idyllic offshore sandbanks.
I'd like to walk the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.
Best: Authentic Beijing Duck rolls in Beijing.
In my early twenties I spent a great 6 months working at a water sports centre on Rhodes, Greece. In 2011, I managed the Zanzibar Butterfly Centre in Tanzania. I really loved this project as it aims to reduce both poverty in the local community and environmental degradation.
Maybe not depressing but certainly terrifying and tortuous: being a passenger in a very crowded and unsafe dhalla dhalla shooting the narrow, bendy roads of the Great Rift Valley driven by an maniac driver who must have thought he was in a bobsleigh.
On 6 separate occasions in 4 different continents I bumped into people I know from home.
Good chocolate & cheese very soon, friends & family a little later.