Plan your perfect holiday with Natasha Farren

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Natasha Farren

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What would make a perfect holiday? Tell us who is going with you, what airport you'd like to fly from and any other details we may find useful, such as if it's a special occasion.

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Where's the best place you've ever stayed?

The best placeI ever stayed was at the Sandy Bay Beach Club in Barbados. I got married here and found all the staff couldn't do enough to ensure my special day was perfect and they made me feel really special. I stayed in a Deluxe Oceanview Room overlooking the beach. Every morning I would open the shutters to hear the gentle lap of the waves and the birds singing, paradise.

What's your oddest travel moment?

My oddest travel moment was walking along Collins Avenue in Miami and seeing a man drive past in a very posh looking red convertible with the top down and recognising him. Later that day I saw him again and realised he was Iggy Pop from the TV adverts back home.

Have you had a perfect travel moment?

My perfect travel moment was sitting on the top deck of a ship docked in Hamilton, Bermuda. Sipping a cocktail with a beautiful view of the crystal clear waters and different pastel coloured buildings and palm trees, thinking this is one of the most beautiful views I have ever seen.

What are your suitcase essentials?

My suitcase essentials are a good book and lots of music on my iPod.

Where's next on your wishlist?

Road trip Route 66 with my family, the Far East, South Americaï¾… the rest of the world really.

Natasha's love of travel began just hearing about the beautiful island her dad came from, Antigua. He told her stories of how the sea was so clear you could see the fish swimming around your feet, white sands so pure you could almost see the beaches sparkle and of spending time as a child surrounded by exotic animals and playing cricket with friends. This first planted the seed for Natasha and made her realise, just like the rest of her family, she was destined to travel and see the world.