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"Laid back and literary." Richard is a freelance journalist and owns a hostel in Colombia.
Allons! Whoever you are come travel with me!...the earth never tires...
"wandering buddha style, no frills, but lots of magic"
Loves to travel independently and "the best way to do that is on a motorbike!"
David is the author of Moon Handbooks South Pacific, Moon Fiji, and Moon Tahiti, published by Avalon Travel Publishing of Berkeley, California.
David is a pioneer of travel writing and has traveled to more than 200 countries, and is already planning on trips to the remaining few ones left.
Cristina has been backpacking through Asia and blogging for tripwolf! Check out her journal.
Michaela has her own blog covering the Philippines and is the author for tripwolf's Philippines app, available for Android and iPhones!
Ben is currently traveling across the beautiful United States of America.
She prefers to travel "on land by car, truck, bus, bike, donkey, on foot; on the sea by jangada, Monterey Clipper..."
I'm a journalist based in Vienna, Austria, and I love to travel.
Home base Oregon. Anna is a tripguru for Strasbourg and Goteburg.
In former life a journalist, now being lost in a maelstrom called tripwolf.
Tim is our Japanese expert.
Being a lifetime journalist, Terence has worked in London, Paris, New York and Hong Kong. One of the best things he ever did: taking a nine-month sabbatical from his New York job, intending to go to Greece and write the "Great Anglo-American" novel (he's a Brit). Once there, however, he realized the whole world was at his disposal, which led from Greece to the Middle East, to Nepal, India,Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, ending in Bali. Do it again? You betcha!!
"Light and Easy. Love museums, shops and cool restaurants!"
Backpacking in Europe, living in Australia and currently discovering Brazil. Loves to meet people and try local food.
An independent traveler, Robert has written numerous guide books for Lonely Planet, and started his own website where you can follow his trails on his blog or get his Vietnam tips first hand.