In today’s Celebrity Travel Addicts Q & A I interview my friend and fellow world traveler Nellie Huang of Wild Junket. I have known Nellie for over 8 years, we met up in Miami and again during the World Travel Market in London of 2014. Nellie is always on the go, she has traveled to 117 countries and all 7 continents. She now even travels with her 3 year old daughter to some of the most unique countries on the planet! Meet Nellie and check out her Top 5 List for Madagascar and where she’s headed to next!
It was a student exchange program I did in Miami in 2003 that got me seriously hooked to travel. I made lifelong friends with people from around the world and I traveled all over the US and Caribbean. I knew then I wanted a unconventional lifestyle that revolved around travel.
I travel around 16 weeks each year. I’m drawn to remote, unusual destinations that few people visit. There’s something exciting about going way off the beaten path.
3. Galapagos Islands
121 countries and all seven continents.
Singaporean, Moroccan and Korean.
No Signboard Seafood Restaurant in Singapore.
Under the Tuscan Sun.
Madrid Barajas Airport.
Shiraz, Iran. The Iranians in general are the friendliest people I’ve met.
My husband Alberto.
Write about my travels!
Antarctica is possibly the furthest and most exotic place I’ve been on assignment.
Don’t forget to check out JetSet LifeStyle Blog!
Keep an open mind and absorb everything you see like a sponge.
Socotra Island, Yemen.
“To live is to travel..”
Nellie Huang is a high-profile travel writer and blogger with special interest in extreme adventure and unusual destinations. She has traveled to over 120 countries across 7 continents, including the Arctic and Antarctica.These days, she leads tours to hard-to-get-to places like Tibet, Bhutan, Tajikistan and Iraq. Her work has appeared in BBC Travel, CNN and LonelyPlanet.com. She is also the author of The Adventure Traveler’s Handbook. Read more about her discoveries on WildJunket.com
97 Countries • 1400 Cities
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