Lynn Mallinger

My interest in travel began at a very young age. I was fortunate enough to be taken on holidays with my parents and experience the many wonders and curiosities of new countries and cultures in my childhood. We would regularly visit my mother’s family and friends in Northeast Asia, and so I formed a bond with this region early on.

After my studies, I left my home country of Luxembourg and began exploring the world as soon as I could before making my dream come true and go on a year-long solo world trip. I immediately fell in love with the travelling lifestyle and was eager to discover more of the wonders this beautiful world has to offer. Over the last decade, I have travelled extensively across all five continents and today, I am proud to say I continue to lead a nomadic lifestyle. My passion for travel is intrinsic to who I am and I will always be the happiest while on the move exploring new places.

For that reason, having this job at Fleewinter is a dream come true. Not only does it allow me to discover these wondrous cultures in depth but it also lets me share my passion with others. It is a true privilege to help others discover the magic of Japan, China, Thailand, Egypt, and Barbados.

The best part of the job is hearing customers’ feedback about their favourite moments – it lets me relive those experiences again and again. And the worst part? Well, that would definitely be testing out all those luxury boutique hotels we keep finding… 😉

It is my pleasure to help others make their trip as perfect and memorable as it can be. A surely fascinating voyage full of endless discovery is awaiting you.

Wild deer in Miyajima
Alba and I together in Japan
Arashiyama Bamboo Forest
View of majestic Mount Fuji
Shirakawago in winter
Magical Fushimi-Inari Taisha
Cherry blossom in Takayama
Temple hopping in Kyoto
Changing leaves in autumn
Toji-Temple in Kyoto
enjoying the traditonal Onsen
Eating Mochi for dessert
autumn foliage
Tokyo Metropolis
Torii gate in Kyoto
Yummy Sushi
Tokyo street food
Drinking some matcha tea
Yummy seafood
Ishiura Shrine in Kanazawa

For food lovers, there is even more to discover. “Washoku” (Japanese cuisine) has such a high reputation that it was declared a UNESCO Intangible World Heritage. Open your mind and taste as much different Japanese food as you can. You will discover new flavours and textures that you have never tried before. Before you tuck in, make sure to take a second to appreciate the exquisite presentation of the food. The culinary experience is both a visual and tasteful one and I’m certain that it will blow your mind! – Lynn, Japan Specialist

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