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  • Andrew Thomson

    I am a historian, tour operator and private guide based in Canterbury, a city whose history captivated me when I moved here in …

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    My site, www.Divehappy.com is a personal guide to scuba diving in South East Asia and Australia edited by me, Chris Mitchell, a…

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

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    Steve Romeo grew up in Connecticut and moved to Jackson Wyoming in 1993. He began skiing at age four and was member of the 20…

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    I am currently working as a marine biologist at the Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort, where I am responsible for educat…

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