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  • Nadia Le Bon

    Nadia Le Bon, Director of Special Programs, Mountain Travel Sobek Ms. Le Bon was born and raised in Milan, Italy. During her c…

  • Andrew Straw

    Half way through taking a year off living and working in Japan to cycle around Chile and Argentina, Andrew and business partner…

  • James Thompson

    I organise and guide small group activity holidays for English speaking people in the French Pyrenees under the name of Marmot …

  • 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…

  • Gary Arndt

    My name is Gary Arndt. In March 2007 I set out to travel around the world. I sold my house, put my possessions in storage and h…

  • heather on her travels

    Heather's blog is about travelling around the world and in her imagination. Sometimes she wanders around hers home town of Bris…

  • Mike Salter

    Mike Salter is the author of the Folly Publications series of books about medieval castles, parish churches and long distance w…

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