Traveler’s Blog

Traveling brings us great joy, but it can also be quite stressful.
I am thrilled to have been able to start my own travel blog that
aims to provide my readers with valuable information and the
most useful tips and tricks for planning your next adventure.

My name is Sarah, and I am a private travel agent, an educator, and a world traveler. As such,
I have seen and heard it all- the good, the bad, and the unexpected. I want to use this blog as an
opportunity to take all my inside knowledge and pass it along to you- my fellow adventurers!

What I offer to you here is what I offer all of my clients: Expert assistance on creating once-in a-
lifetime experiences, a bit of education, and a deeper look into exciting destinations around the
globe! It is my hope that by sharing all of this with you, it eases the stress of planning your next
trip, and helps you turn your own adventures into cherished memories that you carry with you for
the rest of your life.

So go brew a pot of coffee (or tea), and dive into this sea of information!
Please comment and let me know how I’m doing, or suggest a topic you’d like me to cover.
And don’t forget to like, follow, and subscribe and share!

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Who’s Your Inspiration?

This is by no means a ‘rockstar’ career choice. In fact, I challenge you to name even one famous travel agent. No? Don’t worry. Until I started down this path I couldn’t either.

Being Too “Touristy”

Dedicating at least one day to avoiding the crowds is a great way to find balance in getting to see everything you want to see and getting to see all the things you didn’t know you needed to.

Private Travel

Private travel doesn’t have to be expensive. Due to the current demand, more companies are offering unique tours and excursions for small groups that cost the same as, if not less than, what you’d pay for a week in the Caribbean…

11 Unique Animals To See In The Galapagos

One of the things that The Galapagos Islands are known for is their vast array of unique wildlife! The islands are home to more than 200 different recorded species of animal, and several of them are endemic- meaning they are not found anywhere else in the world!

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