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  • Simon Scutt

    Simon Scutt always has had a love of walking, imbued in him by his father who was also an avid walker. But contrary to his fath…

  • Howie Artliler

    Howie Artliler is an ardent traveller and writer. Most of his work appears on his blog.

  • Michael Gray

    Michael Gray founded Uncommon Adventures in 1984 a couple of years after getting a degree in Environmental Interpretation at MS…

  • Lea Woodward

    Hello, I’m Lea (pronounced as in Lee-ah…not as in Lee). I’m one of those people who never quite knows what to call themselves …

  • David Stanley

    David Stanley is the author of Moon Handbooks South Pacific, Moon Tahiti, and Moon Fiji, published by Avalon Travel Publishing …

  • Tim Cullen

    I misspent much of my youth with a paddle in my hands exploring some of the world’s great water. Led mostly by my father, a ra…

  • Adele Gray

    For many years Adele has enjoyed the outdoors life and travelling in search of new experiences and places in nature. As a resu…

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