I travel for
I have many adventurous stories to tell and I can’t see myself stopping anytime soon! Some of my best memories include the phenomenal trek up to Machu Picchu and Rainbow Mountain, a terrifying skydive in Australia, climbing up Mount Rinjani volcano in Lombok, flying over the Nazca lines in Nazca and surfing the humongous sand dunes in Huacachina, the list is endless I could babble on forever! When I conquer a fear or complete a tricky trek the feeling of achieving is like nothing else and I become so proud and feel so good, this is what makes adventures meaningful to me.
You either hate them or love them, and I love them! In England, you get so used to seeing cats and dogs but there are so many beautiful animals all over the world that never come to England. Travelling the world also turned me vegetarian as it started to concern me how animals got treated. I think it’s so important to learn more about these incredible creatures both on land and at sea. I have had the pleasure of snorkelling beside sea turtles, swimming with whale sharks, watching the condors soar over the Colca Canyon and even got a cheeky selfie of me with a llama in Machu Picchu.
Before we go away we tend to do a lot of research on where we are going to get a rough idea, but what I love and what makes travelling so special to me is the excitement of not knowing exactly how it’s going to pan out, for example in this photo – I had no idea I was going to see this impressive panoramic view! We get on that plane to escape life but certainly not for life to escape us.