Taking on the World, One City at a Time
The internet is full of offers and can be quiet overwhelming at times. Eight years of experience in the industry allowed me to gain an understanding of what is important to my clients, which companies to avoid and which companies to recommend and to collaborate with.
Many years of traveling around the world allowed me to establish amazing relationships with reliable travel suppliers out there and even build long-lasting friendships.
There is no bribing, free rides or anything behind my recommendations to you. 100% honest reviews and recommendations are guaranteed, as well as kick-ass itineraries and holidays which are off the beaten track.
Every journey is unique on its own, that’s why it takes many hours, sometimes weeks of work to create the perfect customized itinerary, 100% aligned with your needs. These trips are unique experiences which show you the real culture of a country, it will open up the curtains and you will have the opportunity to connect with locals on the deepest level.
A few years back I ran an educational student tour company which was based in London. Students from all over the world came to the UK to study English and I took them around the UK & Europe for some adventures. My clients nowadays range from first-time travelers, honeymooners, families and people who love to travel solo or in groups. I get to work with a healthy mix of all sorts of traveler – which keeps my job very exciting!
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How I Became a Full-Time Traveller
It all started off when Lebanese refugees came to my village in Germany. I grew up in a village consisting of 500 people, so there was nobody around who spoke English. The little English we learned at school didn’t go a long way, as there was nobody to practice with. I became friends with the refugees. We weren’t able to communicate with each other, they didn’t speak German, I didn’t speak English or Arabic. I felt embarrassed and sad I wasn’t able to communicate properly. So I took 3 months off paid work and went to language school to Australia.
This is where it all began. Getting away from my daily routine, seeing another country, speaking another language and meeting more people from more countries at school. It opened up all sorts of possibilities in my head. I felt amazed, overwhelmed, inspired and so hungry to see more of the world.