Travel Specialist aka “Information Concierge”

Sometimes, I get out of my own head and just spit words out as they’re thought.  This was one of those times:

The average traveler visits 38 websites. That’s a lot of time, energy, and frustration, especially if you’re only using that information for one trip! I’m happy to sleuth for you. Two reasons: I actually really enjoy the research and I can (and do) reuse it.

So, if weeding through and trying to vet different websites and information sounds like something that you’d prefer someone else do for you, then please feel free to reach out to me. I’ll act as an information concierge for you.

Then, I go back into my head and revisit my “babies laughing” videos and “food & travel” porn.

The more I do this, the more efficient I become.  The more efficient I become, the more excited I am to do this.  It’s a beautiful, vicious circle!  So, open invitation (see the quoted text up yonder ☝︎).

Happy Thursday!

 

 

~Rosie

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Orange

The Bungle Bungles at Purnululu National Park (Western Australia), is the first image that comes to my mind when I think of the word Orange.  Although, we actually saw a myriad of colors.

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Bungle Bungles @ Purnululu National Park

The mental image that followed was that of Petra (Jordan):

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In front of the Treasury @ Petra

The reality is that both countries are bucket list destinations, for very good reasons.  I’m a certified travel specialist for each of these destinations and I’m happy to help you plan your next trip abroad.  Contact me and let’s check some things off of your bucket list!

 

 

 

~Rosie