Ever since I was born, my parents took my three siblings and I on adventures. some of my earliest and fondest memories include pilling up in a station wagon for an overnight drive from Normandy, in the north of France, to the south of Spain. My dad would just cruise along while we would be sleeping, only to wake up mid-morning on the east coast of Spain for a hot chocolate and local churros. A breakfast I came to enjoy multiple times throughout my childhood.
As I got older, my list of visited countries increased and with that my desire to see more of the world. In my early twenties, I relocated to the United States.
I worked as a baker early in my professional life but eventually, I felt the need to fulfill a dream of mine. Flying airplanes. I have now worked in the airline industry for about 14 years.
Now, married and proud parent to a daughter, I enjoy sharing my love of travel with them. Some of our memorable experiences includes a six country tour across Central Europe, a quick hop in the rain forest of Costa Rica and our destination wedding in Brittany.
I have long been interested in all things traveling related. From St Exupery's writings as an aviation pioneer to BBC's top gear specials and anything in between, I have been feeding my explorer "bucket list".
I have created "itinerary of a passport" as a business to help business travelers manage their travel needs. While I mainly deal with Europe, Northern Africa, the Caribbean and the Americas, I am very keen on helping clients regardless of the mission's destination.
With the creation of the business, came the idea of creating a blog to offer my perspective on all things travel, and to reach to the nomad inside each of us.