About 

I was lucky enough to be born in to a semi-nomadic lifestyle; with two well travelled Parents who were keen to introduce me to various modes of transport and types of travel from a young age. 

Whether this was the Hovercraft to the Isle of Wight, long car journeys to Scotland or flying to Europe, America, The Caribbean and beyond or the Ferry over to France. It's safe to say that my Parents weren't the type to shy away from travelling with young children. 

Having visited over 50 Countries, I most definitely have the Travel Bug and I caught it from my Parents which has turned me in to a Wanderaholic... 

Baby Traveller enjoying being bottle-fed by Minnie Mouse!

Baby Traveller enjoying being bottle-fed by Minnie Mouse!

Family Fun

From a young age I was a Wanderaholic, constantly demanding holidays and trips abroad (especially to see Minnie Mouse) from my Parents... Luckily they obliged! 

Always up for a challenge... Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in 2010 for Charity. 

Always up for a challenge... Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in 2010 for Charity. 

Charity Challenges

A Wanderaholic lifestyle allows us to see and experience the best of the world. A highlight for me was climbing Mount Kilimanjaro aged 17 for an amazing cause... 

Being a Wanderaholic means you can experience lots of different, weird and wonderful cultures 

Being a Wanderaholic means you can experience lots of different, weird and wonderful cultures 

Living Like a Local

Travelling alone always sounds so daunting, so I joined a tour and experienced India for a month in 2016 which was incredible