Born in 1962 in North Vancouver, known to locals as “Lotus land”, began travels at the age of three, influenced by First Nations People to be one with spirit, respecting all people and environments. ‘Global cooperation and governance utilizing sustainability practices’ is today’s challenge.

Educated in Hospitality, Tourism, and Adult Education, explored 68 countries, volunteering in exchange for food and lodging, and taught in universities in South Korea and Japan over a 15 year period.

“I’m blessed with a broad perspective of the world and it’s inhabitants; ancient culture, survival, social and family system, religious philosophy. Travel challenges mind, body, and stimulates all senses. Sharing this knowledge to assist in the betterment of our environment and the beings upon it is my passion.”

For the past 9 years, Canadian based Swallow House Trading, has been purchasing 100% partly-recycled parachute nylon hammocks, yoga swings and travel gear from Fair-trade manufacturer Dimyati, a compassionate man who provides lodging and skills to under privileged adults; and, selling to like-minded people and wholesale businesses all over the world.

Suzan Badgley
Suzan Badgley