Midweek Interview with Bronwen Irimichi, Flight Centre Sherwood

Midweek Interview with Bronwen Irimichi, Flight Centre Sherwood
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The challenge for the industry is… maintaining efficiency and service standards while also covering ourselves legally.

The things I like about my job are… being a person who turns dreams into reality.

And the frustrations… the ever changing IT and booking systems.

If I didn’t work in travel I would be a… full-time traveller. I just haven’t found a way to make it pay yet.

Qantas or Virgin?… Hmmm, patriotism wins, make it Qantas.

My proudest moment was… being named the 2012 Dux of the Rail Plus and French Travel Connections ‘Rail Expert and French Specialist program’!

The naughtiest thing I ever did was… kiss (former Home & Away star) Dieter Brummer on stage once.

I try to relax by… deep breathing when there is no wine available.

The last time I feared for my life… swimming with sharks in the Solomon Islands. I was scuba diving and I suddenly realised the sharks were circling.

If I can, I always try to avoid… looking at my inbox on weekends.

I really wish I had… more hours in the day and more days in a weekend.

The best advice I’ve ever received was… to travel light.

My greatest weakness is… a French accent. I go weak that knees when I hear it.

And my greatest strength… just getting on with things.

If I was Prime Minister I would… be proud to have led the Greens to victory!

If I won $1 million dollars on the lottery I would… buy a threatened rainforest.

If I could be someone else for one day I would be… French, so I could learn to pronounce all those names on the map.

I’ve always wanted to travel to… India.

My favourite holiday was… Borneo for its amazing forests, the Solomon Islands for its amazing reefs and Japan for its food.

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