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  • Ron Lyons Jr.

    What do you think about when you see a castle? It’s just another building or pile of rocks like the last one, it’s a nice place…

  • Godfrey Wenness

    Paragliding and Flying If there ever was someone who was meant to have feathers its Australia’s Godfrey Wenness. He has been…

  • Adrian McCallum

    G'day all. I'm just trying to get things up to speed here, but I'll endeavour to keep the updates coming. Cheers for now, Ad…

  • Kynan Wieltz

    Kynan Wieltz initially trained as an architect where he developed a great appreciation for buildings constructed for prayer and…

  • Nora Dunn

    Nora is a Professional Hobo and Freelance Writer, who enjoys living life on the road with no fixed address. Since selling all a…

  • Pascal Boulgakow

    Job: Teacher for 25 years and Snowboard/snowkiting/Kitesurfing photographer for 12 last years. Sports: Swiming, Taï Chi Chuan.…

  • Karen Bryan

    I'm a UK based travel consultant and writer. I encourage you to venture, even slightly, off the beaten track, to get a more au…

  • Abhishek Bel

    Hi, I am Abhishek Behl and have been involved with tourism conservation for over 13 years now In India. I come from an educatio…

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