Happy #TravelTuesday everyone! This week’s Tuesday feature is with Paige (@monettravels). Having travelled since childhood, check out all Paige has to say about her journies around her home country of USA and more.

Where was your first trip to? What about it stands out most when you look back?
I’ve been travelling since I was young with my parents by the time I was 18 I’d been to 30 states and 9 countries, but my first trip as an adult without my parents was to Seattle, Washington. Seattle was always a place I’ve wanted to visit and it was everything I thought it would be and more, I’ll never forget the excitement I felt flying over Mount St. Helen and seeing all the beautiful mountains below. The thing that stands out most is the freedom I felt, I could go do and see anything I wanted and experience all the things I enjoy.

What is the most delicious meal you’ve had while travelling? (Give us some details because who doesn’t love food 😂)
This one is a hard one, I’m a foodie so I’ve had some good grub, but one that always sticks out to me is Backdoor Burger in Steamboat Springs Colorado. I had the Dennis Popper Burger, it was topped with onion rings cheese bbq sauce ranch and Jalapeño poppers!!! Seriously was so so amazing.

What is the best part about travelling for you? Why?
I think the best part about travelling is really getting to see how different our planet is.  Even within the USA, every place I’ve been to – the people, the culture, even the trees and the mountains vary so much and experiencing that first hand is so eye-opening. It really gives you a chance to step outside yourself and your comfort zone.

What place have you travelled to that you would like to visit again? What spot there would you visit first?
I 100% would love to return back to Switzerland, it’s such a small country but so much to see. The Swiss Alps are the most incredible mountain range I’ve seen thus far. The wildflowers, the culture, the food, the people and everything about Switzerland was amazing. Plus it’s so close to so many different countries, I was able to make it to 4 countries in one day!
I would love to visit Zermatt to see the Matterhorn since the was the one thing I really wanted to see but didn’t get a chance to while I was there. It’s pretty challenging to get there but it’s a must-see and definitely on my list of places to make it too.

Where to next?!
The next trip I’m planning is to Chile! Hopefully, around May 2019. I’m planning on hiking the Andes Mountains! I’ve never been out that way so I’m really excited to travel to a completely different part of the world.