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  • Steve Berry

    Founder and Managing Director of Mountain Kingdoms (formerly Himalayan Kingdoms) Born in Shillong, just south of the Bhutanese…

  • Julian Carter-Manning

    Julian runs the Southern Africa department of Tanzania Odyssey, a luxury/adventure safari company, also known as Africa Archipe…

  • Tom Newarque

    When I was a child my Mum used to tell everyone I was a wanderer, which I am. I like to get around on foot and see as much as …

  • Elaine Brook

    Elaine Brook is an ecologist, writer and photographer who studied with Himalalyan Buddhist teachers and shamans. She is also i…

  • Jeff Shea

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  • Almost Fearless

    My name is Christine Gilbert and in July 2008 I took the leap from being a manager in a large Fortune 500 Company to being a fr…

  • Mark Dougherty

    Mark Dougherty is a professor in computer science. He started caving in 1985 and learnt to SCUBA dive in 1990. He then joined t…

  • Marina Kuperman Villatoro

    I am Travel Addict living in Guatemala and Central America for over 10 years. I'm also an Expat Mom raising 2 trilingual-Global…

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