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Roberta Sotonoff
When my daughter was a teenager, she wrote, “My mother lives her life as a caterpillar. She gets on a plane and becomes a butterfly.”Yes, it is true. I am a travel junkie. I write to support my habit. More than 80 domestic and international newspapers, magazine, on-line sites...
Teresa Bergen
I’ve always loved to write and travel, whether that meant crashing on a friend’s floor in a distant city or sleeping in a luxury hotel, sailing the Galapagos or slogging across the US on a Greyhound bus.My whole life has been spent writing both fiction and nonfiction, but in...
david bowden
I’m a freelance journalist based in Malaysia, specializing in travel and the environment.I’m an Australian but I’ve been living in Asia longer than I can remember.When I was living in Sydney, I was a teacher of environmental studies and geography. My job was to take children into the Australian...
Paula Heelan
Easily Swayed Traveller I’m a freelance photojournalist based on a cattle property three hours west of Mackay in Central Queensland.After growing up in Tasmania, moving to a remote area in central Queensland in 1996 was a massive change, but one I embraced.I still see life in the Australian bush through...
Sandra Phinney
I seem to have been bit by the curiosity bug early in life. Lucky for me, I have the kind of job where I can travel, meet new people, experience different things and write about it.My by-line has appeared in over 60 publications, on topics spanning everything from business...
Ben Stubbs
Bitten by the travel bug in my early twenties, curiosity led me through more than 40 countries on military planes, Mongolian horses, paddle-steamers and hang-gliders. I’ve written travel stories on topics as diverse as eco-trekking in Nepal, Bosnian bridge divers and the search for Robinson Crusoe in Chile.These days,...