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As a Texas native, cattle, horses, and pasture lands was the day-to-day view for me. When I was given the opportunity to choose a high school graduation gift by my parents, I chose the gift of travel. What started out as a two-week tour through the United Kingdom grew into a passionate love affair with traveling the world. Little did I know that that one trip would lead to a lifetime of amazing travel adventures.


I have been a flight attendant for over 18 years and I currently live in Colorado with my French Bulldog, Sylvie, and four very spoiled horses. I love the opportunity to serve people, hear their stories, and share the common thread of travel. I often use my inflight experience of global travel and hospitality to meet the individual needs of discerning travel clients.


Through my extensive travels, I have crossed paths with Eastern Europe, and it stole my heart. Croatia became my go-to getaway and I love to share the beauty of the region with anyone that asks. To me, any travel day is a good day, and I enjoy sharing my experiences with those I meet to encourage them to be open to exploring new places, meeting new people, and experiencing new cultures.


I became a travel advisor to simplify travel for the newbie traveler, the solo adventurer, or the seasoned explorer. I want to make travel approachable and attainable to all walks of life. I believe that travel introduces us to humanity, sparks the imagination, and restores our souls.


Whether your dream getaway is of a casual nature sipping hot cocoa by a crackling fire in a picturesque snowy cabin in Switzerland, or an equestrian tour in Ireland with cross-country trekking astride beloved Irish Cobs and sport horses complete with a castle stay, or perhaps wandering through family-owned vineyards with a truffle hunting day trip in Italy, I am dreaming with you!


I look forward to partnering with you to create the most unforgettable trip of your life.


To quote Ibn Battuta, “Travel, it leaves you speechless and then makes you a storyteller.” 

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