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Meg grew up in a suburb of Seattle. At the age of 16, she spent a summer in Germany and fell in love with the opportunity to view the world through the new lenses that different cultures and vantage points provide. At 18, she made the 3,000 mile move east to attend Vassar College in New York’s Hudson Valley. Upon graduation with a double major in International Politics and Theater, she secured a work visa for the UK and headed off to London with a backpack and an open heart. After returning to the U.S., it wasn’t long before she succumbed once more to her nomadic tendencies and moved back to Europe – this time to The Netherlands to do her Master’s degree in International Relations at the Universiteit van Amsterdam. New York City was her next stop for three years, followed by San Francisco for four. Now firmly rooted back in Seattle, she took her first expedition trip to Alaska’s Inside Passage in the summer of 2012 and became addicted to this niche style of travel! Since then she has traveled aboard expedition ships in Antarctica, Falkland Islands, South Georgia, the Galapagos Islands, Australia’s Kimberley region, Costa Rica, and through the Panama Canal – and on land-based expeditions in Cuba and Morocco. In addition to globe-trotting, her passions include dreaming up new plant-based recipes, road-tripping with her partner around the gorgeous Pacific Northwest, and working her way through an ever-growing queue of podcasts!
My Photo Galleries
Costa Rica & Panama
My Travel Experience
Antarctica, Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Belize, Borneo, Brazil, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Cuba, Czech Republic, Ecuador & Galapagos Islands, Guatemala, England, Falkland Islands, France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Luxembourg, Mexico, Morocco, the Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Scotland, South Georgia, Spain, Tobago, Uruguay, Wales, most of continental United States plus Alaska and HawaiiMy Favorite Trips
Antarctica, Falklands, and South Georgia with Circle Crossing – Holiday Voyage
Exploring Alaska's Coastal Wilderness