Clarksville, Virginia Travel Agent
Wild Blue Travel - explore the world!
I take the time to take care of all the little details, research the destination and make sure everything is taken care of so you have a carefree trip.
I have been in the travel industry for 10 years and truly enjoy assisting people in their travel planning. Whether you are a first time traveler who is overwhelmed with "the internet" as a travel source, or a seasoned traveler who is just tired of "the internet" - I am here to help.
Like most people I love talking about travel, reading about destinations, learning about new destinations, and traveling to destinations. Travel is my hobby, my work, my passion!
After losing both my father and father-in-law at young ages; my husband and I decided not to wait to travel and along with our son we started traveling often - to the Caribbean and all over this United States. Once I opened my travel business I found that my expertise came in handy.
For you, the honeymoon client, I can lead you to that perfect island, perfect resort and then clue you in to all the little details that will make your honeymoon a treasured memory.
For you, the seasoned traveler; I can make your trip more enjoyable by taking over some of the more mundane details of planning travel so you have time to totally enjoy the trip.
I give you personal attention - whether it be in person, via emails or over the phone - I am there to assist you every step of the way - even after the trip if issues arise and help is needed.
I want your trip to be a wonderful memory that is more than just a memory - I want it to help define who you are. Travel has shaped and defined who I am and that continues to change as I travel this wild blue world!
A world traveler.
I got the bug for travel in an honest manner as I grew up traveling. My father was in the US Foreign Service and I grew up in Liberia, Tunisia, Bangkok, Ethiopia and Uruguay. Intertwined with all these posts were vacations in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, some other locations I've probably left out, and trips on the cruise liners of days gone by.
Stay tuned. . .