Experiential, Learning, and Focused.
As you might suspect, I’m a big fan this type of travel. Instead of trying to do “everything”, stay a little longer in each place and concentrate on the things that interest you. For example, I love to walk, and I love food, so I try and do a “Walking food tour” on each trip. I find it’s a great way to get my bearings, learn about a city (food and history often go together) and discover some great restaurants and dishes to come back and try. I’ve done this in many places, from Hanoi to Rome, and I’m happy to share my experiences and recommendations with you!
If possible spend part of your time exploring places by foot, you’ll get a better understanding and feel for them. Don’t over schedule; you won’t enjoy yourself if you’re exhausted and overwhelmed.
Of course, the shorter your holiday, the more it needs to be planned (and well planned) so you can make the most of your time.
Life is too short to take ordinary vacations, let me help you make yours extraordinary!