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The Prepared for Anything Planner
You can pack your bag with all of the essential items. You know what documents you need to get into any foreign country and you already have a dozen travel apps on your phone for on-the-go access to any information you might need. At the same time, you are overwhelmed with all of the options available. You can’t decide which destination to go to or which sites to see to make the most out of your trip.
You have trouble deciding if you want the resort with the large beach that is away from all the restaurants, shopping and activities or if you want the hotel with the nice pool where you can walk to the central activity district.
Do you want to visit a large cultural city like Paris or do you want to visit a small village in the Swiss Alps?
You can't decide if you should go in the summer when the weather is nice but there are crowds everywhere or if you should go in the offseason prepared with your rain jacket with little waiting to get into attractions.
“Travel brings power and love back into your life.”
- Rumi Jalalud-Din
Ok, here is where I come in to help…
Let's take away that stress of planning your trip and give you back some time.
1. Check out my guide to booking flights
Flying is one of the most stressful parts of travel right now. But there are certain things you can do to help lessen your chances of being on a flight that gets delayed, canceled or overbooked where you are the one bumped off.
2. Review some sample itineraries
Whether you are going with family, friends or adventuring on your own I can put together an itinerary specifically for you. These are just examples to give you some inspiration. You might even discover something new you want to visit! When you travel your itinerary will be customized to your unique needs and desires
Before we go any further let me introduce myself
My name is Justin and I’m a travel advisor that loves to help people plan their vacations. I’ve always had a passion for travel, beginning with family trips to Disney World when I was younger to beach vacations with friends in my 20s to nature and historical trips to places like Norway, England and Australia in my 30s.
I was always the travel planner in the group. Spending hours and hours in the weeks before a trip finding out the best places to go to eat, take a hike or relax in the sand. There is something about learning about new destinations that has always excited me.
Today I help people like you create their trips so that you spend less time worrying about planning them and more time enjoying them.
Let’s work together to make your travel dreams come true.
Here are a few more useful links to get you ready to jet!
1. Take a look at the destination guides on my website
Dozens of guides to some of the most popular travel destinations. All right in one place! There are explainers on tipping, holidays, passport and visa information, etc. Anything that you want to know that isn't on here I will get for you!
This is where you can find my firsthand experiences traveling the world. It also contains posts about the best things to do while in a destination as well as travel tips.
3. Schedule a video conference
You can fill me in on your unique circumstances and decide if we’d make a good fit. Click the Let's Get Started button at the bottom of the page to schedule your meeting.
P.S. Expect to see me in your inbox, weekly, with up-to-date insider information on the travel industry and special promotions. Seriously, you’ll be in the know about stuff that you won't find elsewhere.