Kylee Sleep currently lives in Ontario, Canada, and is a 2008 graduate of the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg. She received a degree in Human Nutritional Science.
Kylee Sleep is a lover of culture who calls herself a professional traveler. These interests combined to bring her to the tourism industry. She found work in hospitality and sales at a luxury hotel in the Caribbean, and wound up living and working there for five years.
The Caribbean is a popular vacation destination for many people seeking a tropical paradise where they can get away from it all. One of its draws is the Greater Antilles, an island chain consisting of Cuba, the Cayman Islands, and Jamaica, among others. There are 2,367 hotels scattered throughout the region, many of them like the hotel where Kylee Sleep once worked. There are beautiful beaches, swimming and boating, hiking, and many fine golf courses. The crystal clear waters draw scuba divers and snorkelers. There are organized attractions that let visitors get up close and personal with stingrays. More adventurous visitors can try the zip lines along forest canopies in St. Lucia. For the feint of heart, there is a three hour circular route train ride in St. Kitts. The railway was built between 1912 and 1926 to carry sugar cane from the plantations to the factory in the capital city of Basseterre.
Kylee Sleep is an outgoing and active young woman, and those traits served her well during her five years in the Caribbean. But she also has a sensitive, more serious side. While she was studying nutrition at the University of Manitoba, she worked with elderly citizens on dietary and health issues. Kylee Sleep also volunteered with the diabetes association.