I am an expat kiwi but still call NZ home! Have been living and working in Japan, UAE and UK for the last 10 years or so in spa and hospitality operations and PR. Taking some time out to have a baby soon but am looking at doing some freelance work for boutique properties and ideally regional tourism and councils in Wales if all goes according to plan.
Hi there Kip! Thanks for adding me as a friend! No, I've never been to New Zealand. Hope to go someday. I've been writing travel for more than 20 years. Working on a new website, still under construction, but almost there. Check it out when you have a moment - http://www.travelwithlisaonline.com
Hi Kip, I have been in the hotel PR and marketing world for 25 + years! I have my own PR company, http://www.moranopr.com
I work with boutique luxury properties and exotic destinations throughout the world.
If I can ever be of any assistance to you for a future assignment, please be sure to contact me!
Kip -- your luxury destinations look SMASHING to say the least. As for my favorite place in France -- it depends on the day. But, I hope to die in Paris and have my ashes spread there. The city has captured my heart and my soul.
Hi everybody, I have just invited my Facebook friends, an International group of a quickly growing 520 members or more. i also found an owner of a Amazonian ECO Lodge and have assisted her to advertise her business, it appears that she fell in love with the Amazon area and bought herself a project, We are creating a new website , meanwhile I sponsored one page for her, please go to http://www.eco--tours.com/html/peru.html Please send a message to her if you can represent her in Travel, she needs business, has a lot of expenses.I have invited her to join as well, her name is Debbie Blair, a Kentucky Lass, firstname.lastname@example.org. her company has a website that is being transferred to her Http://www.amazoniantrips.com, her Rez. office at the closest phone to the Lodge in the State capital ,Iquitos , Peru, I am a newby as well.Have travelled approx, 6 Mill Air Miles, 2 Boat trips from Bremerhaven, Germany to Melbourne, Sydney, 2 years in OZZ, than a Steamship as they called them to brisbane , New Gunea, we were able to see SPUTNIK, off to Napoly , than by train to Frankfurt, Hannover , waited 2 month and got my Visa to Immigrate to America, Pan Am to London , next day to Boston, I show that I visited 56 Nations and over 300 Cities repeatedly. I live in Oceanside , CA nd am planing a boat trip across the Pacific, as I love the Ocean. I lived in many places NY, LA, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur , Brisbane and Sydney in 1980. I find it hard to sit in one spot, I guess that is why wives left , or maybe I mis placed them! Lookong forward to meet all of you.Uwe Ahlgrimm
Hi Kip - thank you for asking me to be your friend. I love to travel no matter where (nearly) and often. I prefer staying in nice accommodations and not camp but I've done that as well. I've been to Australia but not N.Z. Most of all, I love France!
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