So I’ve had a lot of new followers recently on Instagram, and wanted to highlight what it is that I actually do.
While I like to take pretty pictures, I am even more fond of planning trips. I love to research travel trends and budget destinations in order to plan for my own vacations and those of my clients. I believe in stretching a travel dollar as far as possible and getting the best value vacation I can. Thus, a lot of research is involved! I’ve turned my own passion for planning into this business I like to call Prosecco & Passports.
I know SO many people who get frustrated with searching for the right accommodation – TripAdvisor, AirBnB, VRBO, Homestay… how can you possibly decide?! I can do it for you! I’ve created custom itineraries for clients to multiple destinations in Europe, the USA, Jamaica, Hawaii, Costa Rica, Morocco, and more. Your itineraries are totally customized based on your interests and needs, and I give you the best sites and places to book. If you don’t want to book it yourself, I can also book it for you. I’ll include accommodations in your price range, transportation, tours, restaurant suggestions, and more. You’ll be in the best neighborhoods, staying in the best hotels within your budget. I work with you to ensure all of your needs are met, and won’t finalize any itinerary until you are totally happy with it.
Itineraries start at just $100 a week, while itineraries + booking start at $200 a week.
Please get in touch – I would love to help you plan your next vacation! I’ll send you my client questionnaire so we can get started on your vacation.
10K! Wow! Thank you all so much for the love and support these past few months. It has been an exciting experience growing the Prosecco & Passports account. Now I’m going to return some of the love to you all! I’ve put together a collection of my favorite travel essentials for you to WIN (over […]
Carry-on travel is not the easiest method and requires some planning, especially when it comes to skincare and cosmetics. Everything has to be under 100mL and all has to fit into that tiny plastic bag they give you at the airport. Here are a few of my favorite products to help with your skincare regime […]
Google Maps has got to be my favorite useful app while traveling. I’m generally too cheap to take my phone out of “airplane/wifi” mode when we are abroad as it costs a fortune, so I discovered these tricks on our first trip to Paris when we were totally lost and on a whim I opened […]
Everyone knows Dubrovnik for it’s beautiful walled Old Town. And it is absolutely stunning and worth a trip there. But sometimes we just crave a beach and getting into the sea (especially Billy), so we decided to take a day and venture outside of Old Town. I highly recommend doing the same if time allows […]
It’s been a long time since my last post. To be honest, I hate blogging on my phone and I also don’t like to take a laptop with me on vacation. I really should come up with a better system. We were away for over a month and a half, which really meant no means […]
Tomorrow we head away for one month. We have a few long flights/layovers (whose dumb idea was that?!). Needless to say, we’ve both been preparing our small bags for our second lengthy trip doing carry-on only. We do it every short trip, but a month away takes a little bit more planning. We’re heading to […]
First, let me start off by letting you know that I am in no way endorsed or sponsored by Expedia (I wish!), but I use them for almost everything. Why? Because of all of the perks you get! Here are some of the perks and secrets I use when booking any vacation. Perk #1 – […]
One of the most unique and exciting experiences I’ve had while on vacation was snorkeling with turtles at the end of March. The most brilliant thing about it was that it was in the turtles’ natural environment, not an aquarium or controlled setting. There is so much heat and talk out there about how animals […]
Coming home from a vacation is always hard. We had an amazing time in Mexico over spring break, just about a week ago. We headed to British Columbia for a little road trip on the weekend and had another great trip. Reflecting now has me thinking – what exactly made these trips so great? Why […]