Lorraine Elliott is your Experiential Traveller
Lorraine has been blogging since September 2007 and blogging full time since January 2009. She loves kitsch and unusual things, travelling far and wide for an unusual meal and cooking and eating food from different countries all around the world. Her second and third loves are fashion and beauty (with a particular weakness for Chanel nail polish). And yes her love of fashion conflicts with her love of food – sadly two opposing forces on her waistline.
She’ll never sing in front of you but she’ll sing when she’s at home cooking and she has about twenty different accents that she can put on if you ask her to. Formerly working in advertising as a consultant and a media strategist, Lorraine is making Not Quite Nigella a full time entity and has been blogging full time since January 2009.
Rich Leonard is your personal travel concierge
Rich: has lived, worked and travelled throughout the world for more than 15 years. Whether traveling solo, leading small group adventures, liaising with local operators and designing unique, bespoke experiences he has have done it all. This know how and local insight guarantees thoughtful, authentic travel.
Every great foodie requires a team to deliver that perfect dish. The team combines specific planning and the utmost attention to detail, to ensure a seamless travel experience
Experiential Traveller has 2 expert travel professionals who can help arrange all travel needs in addition to our journey both who are part of the MTA travel group.
Carly: has over 16 years travel industry experience, and has worked in all areas of the industry in both Australia and overseas. With a strong passion for photography, gastronomy & the arts, it’s not surprising that Paris is her favouite city! She has travelled extensively, and loves sharing her knowledge to help create other peoples travel dreams!
Jo: has over 20 years of experience in the leisure, corporate and wholesale travel industry A lover of authentic travel experiences & food across the globe whether it be training through Europe, Cruising the Carribean, traversing the USA, tasting the flavours of Asia or rich diverse cuisines in Latin America.