Director of BusinessInternational Travel Company
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Audrey Aloysius traveled to Brazil, Italy, Japan, and other countries while realizing her passion for international exploration. Throughout these trips, Audrey Aloysius drew upon the insights of foreign cultures while learning to fully appreciate the variety and depth that the people of our planet have to offer.
As the director of an international travel company, Audrey Aloysius now grants the same opportunities to her clients. Supported by long experience, Ms. Aloysius knows how to arrange many types of international trips, including family holidays, corporate events, and honeymoons. Audrey Aloysius personally works beside her clients to provide the heights of adventure and relaxation in special, individually tailored packages.
Equally experienced with exceptional vacation destinations within the United States, Audrey Aloysius maintains a special love for Hawaii. There, Ms. Aloysius built fond memories of celebration and community while participating in a luau at Paradise Cove. In addition, Ms. Aloysius pursued her passion for outdoor adventure sports by snorkeling at Hanauma Bay and surfing the famous break at Waikiki.
Dedicated to enhancing the position of women worldwide, Audrey Aloysius assists in supporting several organizations that promote women's rights. In favor of the humane treatment of other species, Ms. Aloysius also supports the efforts of the International Fund for Animal Welfare. Audrey Aloysius often uses her international travel plans as an opportunity to work within foreign communities. During her next trip to Russia, she plans to spend time in support of orphanages.
Audrey Aloysius enjoys a variety of fiction and nonfiction books. Her favorite author is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, who offers one of the most distinctive voices in modern philosophical thought. Audrey Aloysius returns frequently to a wide selection of favorite books, including Li Cunxin's prestigious autobiography, Mao's Last Dancer; Ken Follet's The Pillars of the Earth; and Khaled Hosseini's The Kite Runner.