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  • Kieran Hadford

    Kieran Hadford plans to complete all the world's major walks, for two reasons: So he can say he has and then to finally compile…

  • Europe a la Carte

    Hi!, I’m Karen Bryan, the founder and editor of the multi author Europe a la Carte Blog, an interactive online travel magazine.…

  • Jane Ferguson

    Jane has been sailing for 5 years, having spent the last three years racing competitively for York University's racing team. S…

  • Lian Hayes

    Lian's passion is horse riding and she has been riding most of her life. Nowadays she spends more time at the laptop building h…

  • Anja Mutic

    I'm a traveler who writes and a writer who travels. I travel to make a living, I write to travel, I live to take the next trip.…

  • Kathy Dragon

    I'm a passionate active traveler and have been in the adventure travel industry for the past 20 years. I specialize in cultura…

  • 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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