What do you do at World Nomads?
Managing Editor. Positivity enforcer.
What are you most passionate about?
Showing my daughters the world.
What are you least passionate about?
Anyone who is unkind, and people who press the button at pedestrian crossings multiple times – the lights won’t change any quicker.
Where have you just been?
England, Flinders Ranges, and Ningaloo Reef.
Where are you going next?
Where must you go before you die?
Iran, Mongolia, Iceland, Alaska.
What’s your best travel memory?
Staying in a castle in Umbria and watching my daughter learn to ride her bike on the lawn; scuba diving in the Maldives, swimming with whale sharks; spontaneous snowball fight with strangers on the late-night streets of Paris with my daughters; an African safari as a child, skiing in Vermont with not another skier in sight. So many more.
Best place you’ve travelled to and why?
A three-month road trip across the United States, visiting 30 states. For the incredible diversity of landscapes, people, food, climate and culture.
Favourite travel quote?
7 Articles published
A family of four experiences the controlled chaos of the Delhi train station.
How do you know when you're experiencing the real thing? Learn how to spot a manufactured cultural experience.
A bad wildlife experience may not always be easy to spot. As with any aspect of responsible travel, do your research.
Helping out communities while traveling can be a worthwhile experience for all involved, as long as your work has sustainable benefits.
Know the impact orphanage tourism has on communities and learn how to make a positive change when you travel.
Visiting sites of inhumanity isn’t for everyone, so make sure you are comfortable with where you are going and why.