Notes of a Travel Addict ✈

I travel frequently, constantly look forward for more traveling, make a living out of travel, blog about travel … that should tell you enough about the T word in my life ☺

About The Addict

Kayaking in Halong Bay, quad biking in the Cambodian countryside, driving Tuscany for a dinner at a Michelin star village restaurant, climbing Adam’s Peak in Sri Lanka, boating around Capri, getting stuck in Beijing traffic, biking Ho Chi Minh, Vienna and Amsterdam, segwaying in Lisbon, savouring Parisian macarons at Laduree, trying Asian food from street stalls in Bangkok to its fancy Sirocco restaurant (yes the one in The Hangover 2!), celebrating mom’s birthday at the Moulin Rouge, attending a film premiere at the Istanbul Film Festival, getting a palm reading at the Mekong Delta…… These are just a few of the experiences I have been fortunate enough to have had so far.

I love to travel and venture. This is one of the reasons I decided to drop out of a career of over a decade in hotels and do the one thing I am passionate about – making travel plans. “You’ve got to find what you love” Steve Jobs once said. I finally did!

Today, I make a living putting together travel itineraries and plans for people from flights to accommodation, transfers, insurances, tours, etc., as an independent home based Travel Counsellor.

On my free time, well give it a guess….. I travel and get lost in new places! Which inspires me and which is why I decided to look back for my old travel blogs (or what I am able to salvage) and re-start my travel writing.

Should you end up on this blog for whatever reason, I do hope you enjoy the reading and would love to hear from you 🙂

Anne Marie


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