August 20, 2022

Businesswoman and Dragons’ Den star Deborah Meaden talks about her travels and divulges she LIKES turbulence throughout flights as ‘it’s like a fairground journey’

Deborah Meaden checks in to our journey Q&A

This week, Dragons’ Den star Deborah Meaden checks in to our journey Q&A. 

She talks about her favorite metropolis, her dream vacation – and extra… 

Are you a great flyer?

I’m relaxed about it and, weirdly, I fairly take pleasure in slightly little bit of turbulence. It’s like a fairground journey.

Can’t journey with out?

An enormous scarf. It may shield you from the solar, the rain and, if wandering round in shorts and wanting to go to a temple, you possibly can wrap it round your legs.

Prime weekend journey?

Barcelona. It’s vibrant, has nice structure, with the entire Gaudi stuff, and tapas bars. The climate’s a plus, too.

First vacation reminiscence?

As a toddler we had day journeys somewhat than holidays. Once I was tiny, we lived in Brightlingsea, Essex. My first reminiscence is of a seashore there constructing sandcastles.

Favorite metropolis?

I like London, however once I go to New York I like it simply as a lot. We spent a few days wandering round Mexico Metropolis. It’s not the prettiest however it’s received some actually fascinating stuff.

Deborah says she wants to the Pantanal in South American for its amazing wildlife. Pictured is a jaguar in the Pantanal Matogrossense National Park

Deborah says she goals of visiting the Pantanal in South America for its wildlife. Pictured is a jaguar within the Pantanal Matogrossense Nationwide Park

Dream vacation?

We’ve carried out a number of travelling round Central and South America however we need to return and spend extra time with the wildlife. There’s an enormous space known as the Pantanal which has superb wildlife.

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The place to subsequent?

Our subsequent journey will likely be to Borneo in all probability, both on the tail finish of this yr or the start of subsequent. 

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