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    I have always loved the water so no one was surprised when I wanted to spend my gap year with an organization working to preser…

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    I am a historian, tour operator and private guide based in Canterbury, a city whose history captivated me when I moved here in …

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    My name is Christine Gilbert and in July 2008 I took the leap from being a manager in a large Fortune 500 Company to being a fr…

  • Uncornered Market

    You might find us on a grimy, overnight chicken bus in rural India one day and sharing the story with an ambassador the next. …

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    Louisa was given the choice at the age of 6 of either piano lessons or riding lessons, and since then horses have remained an o…

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    Dead and gone? Don't you believe it! I have been interested in knowing the truth of things since my teens. Wondering what it is…

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