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Danielle is a crazy nomad, wandering through life in a seemingly confident way, while usually totally unsure of her next step. She’s been on the road for three years straight, finding new homes as she hitchhikes along. She once hitched 6,000 kilometers in six days, and is currently exploring South East Asia. Her biggest dream is to one day cuddle a platypus.


        

Australia

Megan is an Australian Journalist, and the founder and Senior Editor of Mapping Megan – an award-winning adventure travel blog bringing you the latest in adventure travel from all over the globe.


        

United States

Nimble Adventures was started in 2012 as a way to share and inspire others to explore the world. Our speciality is optimizing a limited vacation schedule with maximum fun. Let's face it - most of us have day jobs and need to take advantage of all our vacation days and long weekends! Melanie, the owner and founder of Nimble Adventures, has traveled to 54 countries on 6 continents and is excited to help others realize the possibility of nimble travels!


        

United States

Authentic Travel through 95 Countries: Danced with Corpses in Africa, Hitchhiked Saudi Arabia, Lived with Sea Gypsies, Tattoos Hammered-in by Headhunters...

Asa is an Icelandic travel blogger en route Asia the past year and loving it! Her passion for travelling runs deep and seems to be growing for every new country visited :) She truly enjoys the art of slooow travelling and emphasize on unspoilt, sometimes odd, but less visited destinations. Her expertise lies in budget travelling through Europe and Asia, including the Middle East. She started blogging to share her love for travelling and hope to inspire others to hit the road and have fun!


        

United Kingdom

Writer and photographer. Adventurer and vagabond. Master of the handstand pushup. Conqueror of mountains, survivor of deserts and crusader for cheap escapades. Will is currently hitchhiking from England to Papau New Guinea, a journey which will take over 18 months.