Having a father flying as a pilot in the RAF, Laura first travelled to her new home at RAF Leuchars at only two days old. Moving house every couple of years instilled her with a love of new environments and meeting new people, and as soon as she had the chance to travel by herself she took off.
Her first adventure was to Latin America where she spent seven months backpacking and falling in love with this intoxicating continent. London then found her heart as she studied English Literature at University College. Following this, Laura found herself working in the entertainment industry for seven years, including working as a comedy promoter where she especially enjoyed working on the Monty Python reunion.
Laura then moved to Hong Kong where she lived and worked for over a year before deciding to make a permanent move to the travel industry, specialising in South America at Audley.
I'll never forget when…
Some of my most memorable moments are visiting the vastness of Patagonia and Torres del Paine.
Arriving in Cafayate, the wine-region in the north-west of Argentina, on a beautiful balmy summer's evening, with the mauve mountains set against pastel colours of dusky sky, the smell of lavender in the air, I was handed a chilled crisp glass of Torrontes white wine — what more could you ask for?