Visiting the Pyramids in Egypt has always been one of my dreams. When I first joined Emirates I was so excited as Cairo was only a 3 hour flight away from Dubai. 6 years later, I still hadn’t visited mainly because I had heard that it was nearly impossible for staff to travel because the… Continue reading The Pyramids of Giza – a Cairo layover
As a little girl obsessed with ballerinas, I had always dreamed of one day visiting Russia. Fast forward to joining Emirates in 2012 and that dream was finally realised! Over the course of 5 years I have been lucky enough to visit two beautiful cities in Russia numerous times – St Petersburg and Moscow. I have trawled through… Continue reading Russian travels!
It is nearly that time of year again – Valentine’s Day and in the spirit of celebrating love there is no greater monument to demonstrate it, than that of the Taj Mahal! Eddy and I were lucky enough to visit this ‘monument to love’ on a recent trip to India. Being one of the UNESCO… Continue reading Incredible India – the Taj Mahal
I always love travelling to the Philippines. I have visited Manila numerous times and was lucky enough to holiday in beautiful Boracay earlier this year with my family. When I saw that I had been rostered for a Cebu I couldn’t believe my luck. I had been waiting patiently in anticipation for this flight ever since… Continue reading Discovering Kawasan Falls, Cebu
Visiting Taiwan has been on my bucket list for years. I was so glad when Emirates announced that they would begin flying to the capital – Taipei. I never did manage to swap onto the flight as it is so popular with the crew but by chance I was rostered it this month and I… Continue reading Terrific Taipei!
Visiting Vietnam has always been a dream of mine so when I saw that I had finally been rostered a Ho Chi Minh flight I was over the moon! My best friend back in Sydney is actually Vietnamese (shout out to Lisa!) so I had heard very good things about Vietnam growing up. It was… Continue reading Vibrant Vietnam
Italy will always hold a special place in my heart. It was the very first country that my parents allowed me to travel to without them. I was in Year 8 and only 13 years old at the time! We traveled to Rome, Florence and Assisi as part of my high school choir tour and even… Continue reading Beautiful Bologna