Miranda was born in the US and has travelled extensively from a young age. Over the years, she’s been trekking with mountain gorillas in Uganda, visited the Potala Palace in Tibet, eaten bamboo caterpillars in Thailand and seen the sunrise at Machu Picchu in Peru. After leaving school, she wanted to travel as much as possible before heading on to university, so spent the summer travelling across China, Malaysia and Australia.
Going onto study European History at university, Miranda developed an interest in things Europe, visiting places such as Italy, Belgium, Poland, Croatia, and Spain. Officially hooked, she took an amazing rail journey across the Silk Road, from China, through the breath taking landscapes of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan and Russia. Having joined Wexas, she hopes to build on her knowledge and help create great experiences for her clients.
A rich heritage and outstanding landscapes compete for your attention during holidays in Europe. With more countries than Asia crammed into a relatively compact space, for tailor made holidays Europe is unmatched.
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