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  • Neil Duckett

    I am Australian born and destined to live a life that isn’t “out of the box”. At the age of 23 I made a spur of the moment d…

  • Debbie Purser

    Debbie is a regular tall ship sailor and charter skipper on traditional boats. She set up Classic Sailing with her partner Adam…

  • Kenneth Hope

    I'd rather get there by boat if at all possible.

  • Claudia Flisi

    From her home in Italy, Claudia has ridden on five continents, from sea level (in Australia) to 5,000 meters (Kyrgyzstan). On h…

  • Laura Motta

    I'm a New York City-based writer and editor who loves to travel, whether abroad or just around the corner from my apartment. I …

  • BikeBrats

    Andrew Broan: BikeBrat and round the world cyclist After taking our two-year pedal around the globe, I wanted to keep cyclin…

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  • Angkor Wat

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