. Jane enjoys the quest for unusual destinations and the experiences that unfold en route. This typically excludes five star, group tours. Rather, she chooses to cover small areas in depth. This enables her to become well acquainted with the nuances of local life and the rhythms of the lives of people who live there. Her writing shares the joys of the road less travelled and the knowledge gained along the way.
Jane is also involved with the Canadian Foundation of the Mully Children’s Family, an orphanage with 2,500 children in Kenya – more than 10,000 children have benefitted from its care over the past 25 years.
As Jane says, “take a step off the prescribed path and see how your life can alter. Embrace the unexpected and find its joy.”