I moved from France on a whim and am now happily living in London - so you could say I welcome experiencing exciting new places! I think it's really important to get out and see the world, and whilst I've seen a lot of it, there's still so much out there. Working at dealchecker is great on the one hand as I get to be surrounded by amazing holidays all day - but having to gaze at beautiful tropical beaches on a cold rainy day in England sometimes just feels cruel!
France - Well, I am French, so you'd probably expect me to be an expert! I love my country, and even though I live in England now, it will always be home in my heart. From the food, to the fashion, to the culture - its all parfaite!
I come from Lille in France which is on the border with Belgium. I visited all the main cities in Belgium, went to ski there (yes, you can!) or also to the beach. I love Belgian chocolate and waffles and I would definitely recommend to go to Bruges, Gent or Brussels for a city break!
I had an Erasmus in Germany during a semester and I was living in a small village by the Rhein in Hesse really close to The Lorelei (for the Germany lovers). I visited Weisbaden, Frankfurt, Munich (during the Oktoberfest), Leipsig, Dresden, Koln and Dusseldorf!
TRAVEL TIP - "Do not plan your holidays! Take a guide book and ask locals what you should see and visit."
Egypt ( Nuweiba, Cairo and Alexandria). I encourage everybody to go camping in Nuweiba; It has some of the most amazing beaches I've ever seen. I was sleeping in a hut, five meters away from the sea for 20 LE, which is around £3 - bargain!
Croatia! A really cheap and amazing backpacking trip.
I am a big believer in just following where the path takes you - sometimes you find the most exciting parts of your holidays that way. So i'm going to go with: to be confirmed!
Like everyone who has travelled, I've experienced my fair share of transportation issues, but with the benefit of hindsight, I don't consider them nightmares and now they just seem funny!
My only companion in Egypt was a book, but I do like travelling with my boyfriend or friends too!
Both. I like going from village to village to find the most beautiful, empty beaches. During winter though, I'm all about the snowboarding!
I don't really mind where I sleep, so it is more being able to visit as many places as possible and eat as often as possible at the restaurants to discover the local food for the cheapest price.
France of course!