Meet the Team
I'm the travel girl....the one who carries her passport in her purse, flight search always up and running and has the crew on speed dial to jet set!
I fell in love with travel with my true love, hence the formation of @truelovetravel. We explored countless countries together creating memories that will last a lifetime. There is nothing like falling in love with a New Country with the One you Love or with a Group of Friends or even Strangers!
To roam through the streets of Rome holding hands or to be kissed at the middle of the World in Ecuador is #CoupleGoals. Or how about trekking the great wall of China or animal sightseeing in the Kenyan Safari for the Big Five with your galpals - Now that's #FriendshipGoals.
My goal is to step foot on 196 countries so at 87 I can share all of my crazy travel stories with my grandkids. Travel is Life & Life is meant to be Lived.
Adventurer, Sailor, Island Girl
I started travelling some ten years ago and have been hooked ever since. Being a sailor by profession, I have circum-navigated the globe and sailed the seven seas……. So cliché. Lol. But the career path started a travelling frenzy mainly because touching various ports for only a few days at a time, awakened the desire to want to go back and spend more time at all those beautiful places.
These days its the norm for me to jump on an airplane with no end game and end up somewhere and make the best of it. Unlike the nomads I prefer to have a home base. Somewhere to come back to. Somewhere that always looks and smells the same!
I got the tag “adventure traveler” from my cousins who claim that everytime I travel with my very unfashionable backpack I look like a black Dora the Explorer. The name fit because whether it’s hiking Macchu Piccu, sandboarding in Dubai or ziplining in Puerto Rico, you name it and I’ll try it! All with the goal of visiting every country in the world!
Solo Travel Extraordinaire
Got my first job, got my first paycheck, booked my first solo trip - destination: Cayman Island. I decided early on that having someone determine where or when I traveled, would not be a liable option for me.
I’ve dipped my toes into the Pacific Ocean, alone. Dance in Colombian calles & explored the streets of Haiti; unescorted. Partied with strangers in Peru and flew across continents; by myself.
The world is a beautiful & extraordinary place; I refuse to miss out because it may mean I have to see it unaccompanied.
Solo travel can be exciting and scary, it’s freeing & vulnerable, it can be splendiferous and disappointing... but it’s absolutely worth it! It’s the perfect way to meet amazing people, immerse in a culture and let go of your inhibitions.
So pack a bag (or don’t) and Go, See!