I studied Law at the University of Lyon and then I went to Business School in Paris.
In 2010, I left France to go to New Zealand for a year on a working holiday visa, and I never went back. I extended my working visa and spent two years in Australia. Afterwards, I visited Asia and the South Pacific going to the United States. I have settled in England in 2014. At first, I lived in Manchester and worked in sales for Emirates Airlines, and I moved to STA Travel. I have now been working for Travel Nation since September 2017.
Véronique has visited:
Doing sports or walking.
The first Jurassic Park… No comments, please.
I'm afraid of earthworms.
I would be a photographer.
Aitutaki Island in the Cook Islands. I took a day trip to One Foot Island and the colour of the lagoon was a perfect blue.
My camera, my travel guide (still with Lonely Planet), my passport and my blue suitcase where I've sewed all my travel patches.
Los Angeles or Sydney.
Canada and the USA.
New Zealand, Australia and the Cook Islands.
Lord Howe Island in Australia because few tourists go there, even though it's only two hours by plane from Sydney.
When I was a student, I left for a few months on an internship in Los Angeles. It was an experience that really taught me about life. After that, I went to New Zealand and Australia on a working holiday visa and since 2014, I have lived in England.
My family and my parents' house in Lyon,