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  • Lee Sheridan

    I have been in Laos for over 9 years now and my love for this country has only grown over this period. I originally arrived as …

  • Justin Maxwell Stuart

    With a decade of military service under his belt Justin Maxwell Stuart switched his focus from organising, running and leading …

  • Tammie Dooley

    I’m an explorer who happens to write and maintain a camera on my person at all times. Foreign travel is exotic but doesn't happ…

  • Hedley Wilton

    I consider myself lucky to have kayaked and cycled through out New Zealand as well as having cycled internationally in many oth…

  • William Mackesy

    William Mackesy is on a long quest to identify the world’s 100 best walks. He is tackling and assessing all the walks himself, …

  • Donna Hull

    The travel bug is like an itch you can’t quite scratch. Donna Hull calls it itchy feet. Freelance writer, Donna Hull, speci…

  • Hamish McMaster

    After his 18 years running rivers to every corner of the world, Hamish loves nothing more than to get out on trips with his cli…

  • Rachel L. Webb

    Rachel lives and writes Andalucia, one of her hopes is to explore all of Spain while reviewing each of the 91 Parador hotels. S…

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  • Angkor Wat

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