I’m so excited to welcome Bee Clayton from QueenBeady.com onto The Travelust today. Bee is a travel, lifestyle and fashion blogger from Yorkshire, who spent many years in her early career working in the travel and tourism industry. This week I get the gossip on what life was really like as travel agent and Bee chats about some of her favourite holiday destinations.

We talk about the UK’s forgotten hidden gems and how to deal with disappointment when travelling. And as an added extra, Bee shares her love of hiring quad bikes when on her holidays and the best booking tip you’ll ever hear.

Because of Bee’s background working in the travel industry, this podcast is packed full of amazing insider knowledge and tips on how to make the best deal for your next holiday – do not miss it!

Travelust Episode 5 Queen Beady

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