Brittany is always on a mission to get outside her comfort zone and see more of the world. That inner desire compelled her to live and study in Australia, where she was able to travel throughout the country, as well as visit Fiji and Thailand, where her love for Southeast Asia started.
Brittany was captivated by the busy streets of Thailand and the picture perfect beaches. At Audley, Brittany is able to combine her past experience in wedding planning and her passion for travel. To date, she has traveled extensively in Thailand and Indonesia, most memorably partaking in a Monk Blessing and coming eye-to-eye with a komodo dragon.
Brittany's favorite free time activities are running and paddle boarding at The Charles River. As a Boston local when most hear Beantown they think Boston baked beans, but to Brittany it means endless espresso beans and local cafes.
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Our expectations of the entire trip were exceeded due to the first class service provided by Audley.
LeeAnn Rogalski traveled to Thailand for 16 days in January 2018, organized by Brittany K
Our trip to Thailand was amazing thanks to our travel planner Brittany, and the service provided by Audley. We sincerely enjoyed our visit to Chiang Rai. We toured the White Temple, coffee plantations and tea plantations. Our guide Anek made the tour extra special with his personal connections. We got a 'Behind the Scenes' tour of the White Temple workshop. Our expectations of the entire trip were exceeded due to the first class service provided by Audley.
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My most memorable experience was in Thailand at Khao Lak National Park. That morning we embarked on a 4 hour jungle trek. As we got deeper into the jungle and my stress increased we reached a small bamboo hut completely isolated. That was our restaurant for lunch. There we were greeted by a local who served us up the most amazing lunch, all of which was made over a handmade twig fire. That was when I felt like I really connected with the local culture using just the most basic primitive cooking forms. Too add to the experience the second we settled under the bamboo hut the sky turned black. An extreme rain storm evolved and no joke the second we took our last few bites the rain subsided. We headed back out to complete our jungle trek, stomachs full, with the sun shining on our backs