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I crave new experiences and I love trying new things. Travel is a visceral experience for me. This includes but is not limited to eating my way through my travels. Photographs capture the memory of the beauty and vistas but my palate always remembers the taste of good food. The taste for travel never stops once it starts.
Traveling is an emotional experience. Whether you’re traveling for R&R, to experience something outside of yourself, or traveling with your family to make memories, you’re traveling to experience an emotion from your destination. Vacations are not just dollars and cents. I understand that while the price tag matters it is not everything. I am thorough when I research my travels and I will be thorough when I research yours. As your agent, it is my job to help take the stress out of planning so you can get that positive emotional experience from your travels.
I’ve cruised the Caribbean and have visited St Martin, St Thomas, and the Bahamas. I’ve been to an all-inclusive in Mexico. I love Vancouver, Seattle, San Antonio, and New York City. I’m a Harry Potter fanatic so naturally I’m a big fan of Universal Studios Orlando. I’ve been to Ireland on a guided vacation and England independently.
Ireland was one of my favorite vacations. Aside from all the obvious reasons that people love it for, the food was amazing. It’s much more gourmet than people would assume. Of course, the country was enchanting. I think as Americans, we are naturally mystified by old castles and churches but there was a palpable spirituality about the land. The Cliffs of Moher was one of the most inspiring experiences. Seeing the Atlantic Ocean from another part of the world and being so exposed to it at a great height was incredible. I would love to one day go back and explore more of the Wild Atlantic Way on the west coast of Ireland.
Every woman on my mother’s side has carried my great grandmother’s name or a variation of it. She came to the U.S. as an immigrant from Lithuania. It is my dream to go track down the family there and explore the culture my family comes from. I’ve heard the country is beautiful (and that the food is great!)