If you visited London in 2010, I may have given you a tour of the city. I’ve been working as a sightseeing tour guide there. Maybe we’ve met elsewhere. I enjoy an advanced case of wanderlust and have travelled throughout North America, Southeast Asia, Europe and Latin America.
I’ve picked mangoes in Colombia, worked with human rights groups in Central America, argued with cab drivers in New York City, dodged bullets in Honduras, shared maté in Argentina, outwitted hostile macaques in Thailand, and learned to appreciate the luxury of clean water worldwide.
My background is in Public Relations, which I studied at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and in Cultural Anthropology. At the end of a two-year working holiday in the United Kingdom – where I encountered the Queen, Claudia Schiffer, the pope and Tim Burton – I’m making the move back to Canada where I aim to work in tourism and travel. I plan to settle in Toronto with my English partner, at least for a little while. Eventually, I'll head back to the tiny, and literal edge of the world I know best, rural Nova Scotia.
I also like coffee, chocolate, red wine, comedy and kittens, but I don't consume the latter.
My blog, All Over the Place, celebrates its 7th birthday this year.