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Sophie Coderre

Sophie Coderre

Job Title

Content Marketing Manager US


I've worked in the travel industry for 4+ years, and have lived abroad in Ireland, the UK, and Germany.

How many countries have you visited?


Travel Interview with Sophie

What is your favorite place you’ve traveled to so far?

I really enjoyed visiting Alberta, Canada and exploring the Rockies. I also got to go to a wolf-dog sanctuary and have close interactions with wolves, which was super cool!

Some people like to plan everything down to the tiniest detail when they travel, and some prefer to be completely spontaneous. Where do you fall on the spectrum?

When I first started traveling, I watched tons of YouTube travel vlogs and made very descriptive itineraries. Partly for myself, partly just in case friends and family wanted to follow my footsteps with their travels. However, over time I’ve become more spontaneous with my trips. I like to plan where I am staying and some of the activities and food places I try out, but overall, I like for the trip to be more of a surprise. So on the spectrum, I’d say I fall close to the middle, maybe inching a bit towards the planner side of things.

What kind of trip/destination would you recommend for someone who has never traveled outside the US?

A location where they speak their native language. Make it a gradual cultural change.

What are the three most essential things to bring on a trip?

Outlet converters (since they are different in every country), neck pillow (never know when you are going to need to catch up on some z’s, and a power bank to keep your device charged just in case you can’t find outlets.

Window or aisle and why?

Window! I like to look out at the clouds and the outline of islands and land when landing and taking off.

What’s a popular travel trend that you despise?

Lining up at different popular landmarks for an Instagram photo. I believe there are always other angles to catch and that you can find a competing view somewhere else.