Esther has had a keen interest in the world around her since a young age. After studying geography at university, she took off for six months around Australasia and South East Asia, and has most recently returned from South America.
Now back in London, where her heart is, she gets to spend her working days talking all about her favourite part of the world, her first and most memorable stop, New Zealand. This country ticked all of Esther's boxes in terms of the perfect place to travel: beautiful mountains, magnificent lakes, stunning glaciers, secluded beaches and great people.
When she's not planning her next trip, Esther enjoys exploring the UK, preferably on wheels. She is a keen cyclist and has participated in several cycling events for charity. She also loves spending the evening watching live music, catching the latest flick and reading psychological thrillers.
I'll never forget when…
Six years ago I woke up at the crack of dawn to head to New Zealand's oldest National Park to trek the Tongariro Alpine Crossing. Not knowing what to expect and having little knowledge about what I was going to come across, I packed my bag and began walking at sunrise.
To this day the beauty of the craters, emerald lakes and hot springs are so vivid in my mind I can't talk about New Zealand without recommending or mentioning the utter beauty of this eight hour trek.