What else does a travel advisor do? A few months ago, I wrote about my job. I’m a travel advisor. A curator. Bucket list ticker offer. Whatever you want to call it. Essentially, I do all aspects of a trip, from the minute your head leave the pillow in the morning before you leave to when it hits the pillow on your return. I research and book hotels. I research and book flights – domestic and international. Car rentals too, or private drivers, helicopters, private planes, and trains. But what else does a travel advisor do? More
One of the simplest ways to ensure a great vacation is having all the proper documentation. Everybody knows you need a passport to travel internationally. Several countries also require U.S. citizens to have entry visas. (You can find all of this information on the US State Department website.) For residents of certain states, though, domestic travel will get a lot more complicated in 2018. Why? Well, it’s thanks to varying degrees of compliance with the Real ID Act. More
In late 2015, while still living in New Zealand, I had the opportunity to guide a small trip through New Zealand. It sounds enterprising, but it was my brother and his friend, both travelling to New Zealand for a friend’s wedding. My brother hasn’t been there since he was 7 (or 6, he skipped his seventh birthday by crossing the international date line), and Sully had never left the US/Mexico.