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Expert members

  • Andrew Lockerbie

    Not only has Andrew Lockerbie represented the British and English teams in slalom and giant slalom, he has also had 25 years wo…

  • Roy Adelwood

    Were people in ancient times more advanced than our current civilisation? Their achievements in philosophy, architecture, medi…

  • Greg Brick

    Dr. Greg Brick has taught geology at the college level for 5 years. He has been caving for more than 20 years, and published a …

  • Kim Marsden

    Always an avid traveler, Kim had an epiphany about ten years ago, the main point of which was - What are you waiting for? She …

  • Cranky Flier

    My name is Brett, and I’m an airline dork. I’ve had the bug since I was young. As a kid, I never missed a chance to go to LAX a…

  • Dave Johnson

    Dave Johnson is the President of CASA (Chilean Andean Snow Adventures) Tours. CASA Tours leads 8-15 day guided ski and snowboa…

  • Richard Jones

    I am fascinated by Britain and Ireland's mystical, mythical and haunted landscape. Over the last 15 years I have travelled a…

  • Karen Bryan

    I'm a UK based travel consultant and writer. I encourage you to venture, even slightly, off the beaten track, to get a more au…

Most talked about pages on World Reviewer

  • Apples and Pears Retreat

    Apples & Pears Retreat is one of England's top camps because it occupies a rarely taken spot in the boot camp market: it's alwa…

  • Taj Mahal

    Taj Mahal tour is not only about the seeing the mausoleum in white marble, but also its surroundings, especially the Taj Garden…

  • The Grand Canyon

    The hardest part for me was the steep ascent back up- the high altitude and steep rock faces made for an adjustment. After 6 ho…

  • World Reviewer's World Wonders

    If the definition of a World Wonder is that it's somewhere so special that it's the destination you'd choose for the trip of a lifetime then which is the one you'd choose above all others?

  • The Blue Boy (Gainsborough)

    'The Blue Boy (c. 1770) is an oil painting by Thomas Gainsborough that now resides in the Huntington Library, San Marino, Calif…

  • Angkor Wat

    There are two great complexes of ancient temples in Southeast Asia, one at Bagan in Burma, the other at Angkor in Cambodia. The…

  • Cape Verde

    Ten islands make up Cape Verde – a sunny state off the coast of West Africa. Despite the name this isn't a particularly green place, there's not a lot of rain and it's more rock coloured. It's a culturally colourful place though, with a history flavoure

  • Alhambra

    The calm tinkle of water is the overriding first impression of the Alhambra palace. Built in a particularly arid spot, it is n…

  • Dunster Castle and its ghosts

    People have reported ghostly sightings at Dunster for years and years, but the most famous ghosts that are seen the most often …

  • Taj Mahal to be Moved '800 metres to the South East'?

    Official: the Taj Mahal is sinking. Cracks which first appeared in 1652 have finally forced the Government of India to act.