I travel for work and I life to travel – alone, with family and friends, with clients, ideally in a convertible and with no speed limit!
My mission in life is to be a traveler and not just another stupid tourist.
I don’t always succeed, but sure keep on trying. I love to eat and also cook a lot at home. Don’t ask me for recipes, while I love to read cook books, I get inspired by them, but rarely follow recipes nor do I take notes when I cook. Restaurants I love, can be found in the travelicious category. This blog is still very much work in progress. I hope you enjoy it nevertheless.
So Travelicious Who am I? Once a journalist by trade, then a tour organizer first accidentally and now with all my heart, I am blessed to be member of the happy industry and get to explore the wonderful, amazing, crazy and ever-changing world we live in.
I love food, four-legged hairy creatures, especially our dog and the cat who think she is a dog, and neither want to nor can stop traveling.
This blog expresses mostly my personal finds from the present, past and future with a heavy emphasis on eating great food as I journey across Europe, the U.S. and occasionally even further. Sometimes my stories may be suitable for re-posts on your or my company websites, but please check first before sharing any original content for another purpose.
All opinions expressed are my own – unless an article is reposted -, and while I always look for a deal, and get to enjoy some perks of being in the travel industry, I rarely get freebies or am being fully hosted for the experiences that qualify as #travelicious which keeps me impartial and grounded when it comes to value for money. While I try to look for the good and great things in life, if I have a negative experience somewhere, I may use this blog alongside my tripdadvisor account to speak up and provide constructive criticism.
I would love to know who reads my blog, if a post inspired you, or you loved a restaurant just as much as I did. Your comments are encouraged, but I may not always be able to get right back to you, so thank you for understanding that in addition to delays while traveling, I have also learnt to appreciate being unplugged in evenings and on weekend.
Where have I been? Here is map from my friends at Matador Network
Sandra has been to: Andorra, Argentina, Austria, Aruba, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belgium, Bulgaria, Bermuda, Botswana, Belize, Canada, Switzerland, People’s Republic of China, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curacao, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Greece, Hong Kong, Croatia, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Saint Lucia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Latvia, Monaco, Saint Martin, Malta, Maldives, Mexico, Namibia, Netherlands, Panama, French Polynesia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovenia, Slovakia, San Marino, Sint Maarten, Turks and Caicos Islands, Turkey, Taiwan, United States, Vatican, South Africa.
Get your own travel map from Matador Network.