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Hi, we are Terry and Maura – travelkiwis We are a couple from New Zealand who sold our home and gave up our careers in February 2016 to travel. We decided there is more to life than simply working until we retire. We have been to 44 countries – 22 since February 2016. We have a desire to see more countries, but we like to take things slowly so we get to know each place in more depth. We find we enjoy travel more when we have taken the time to find where the locals eat, and that generally means the price is better as well as the flavours. We want to share our experiences good and not, hints and tips, places we stay, things we see and food we eat. We would love to help you have a much better travel experience utilising our knowledge and adventures to help you plan your next trip.

Will is a travel blogger writing for Going Awesome Places. Since quitting his consulting job in 2012 he's been travelling the world and along the way writing about his epic adventures and taking amazing photos. His true passion lies in telling stories, inspiring others to travel, writing detailed trip itineraries for others to follow and providing helpful tips and tricks to travel better.


        

Australia

A co-creator of #ljojlo - The Traveller's Guide, Lauren has aspirations to travel worldwide. She has travelled to 27 countries since the age of 18, but still has free passport pages for the world is to be seen. This Aussie girl wishes to share her travels with you, via her blog or through planning a trip for you.

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.


        

Worldwide

"Lesh and Jazza are the writers and photographers behind the adventure travel blog NOMADasaurus. They have been travelling the world together since 2008, exploring the best and most exciting off-the-beaten-path destinations imaginable. Currently backpacking overland from Thailand to South Africa without taking any air transport, they document their experiences on sustainable long-term adventure travel though their blog and other online media publications. You can follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. "

Kim-Ling and Guy love travelling almost as much as they love each other. After spending 8 months living in Spain and cementing their status as hispanophiles, they hope to return there more permanently, whilst visiting as many countries as they can in between. Having travelled through Europe, Australia, USA and parts of Asia, they love sharing their passion for travel and adventure with others.


     

Australia

Neil Fahey is a traveller, hiking enthusiast, bearded man, mayora, and web and social media nerd. An occasional freelance writer, you can most often find his words at Bushwalking Blog, where he's been sharing his hiking adventures in Australia and abroad since 2008. He lives in the inner suburbs of Melbourne (Australia) with his beautiful lady and two cheeky step-kids, trying his best to be a good partner and dad while living his passions.


        

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!

Janey Mae is an avid thrill seeker, mountain lover and adventure addict. Finds travel inspiration through the slightly small obsession with David Attenborough and National Geographic. Just returned back to Scotland after two years of travelling all over the world, this spontaneous vagabond has temporary homes but permanent friends all over the world. Little Wanderlust Stories was started to document the stories of adventure along the way. With a history of trip planning for both luxury and backpackers, your trip is in good hands! FYI she may excitedly combust over wildlife (in the wild), adrenaline activities, wilderness, off the grid hikes and crazy scary mountains.

My love for travel, fortunately comes from within my genes. It was instilled in the family very early on and it is something we take the idea of 'getting out' seriously even to this day. We did out first vacation abroad when I was 13 and 13 years on, I've managed to visit almost 20 countries. And guess what? I'm the only person I know, who has been a vegetarian traveller to all of these countries - something I'm really proud of.


        

Australia

Monique & Dylan aka the nomad Honeymoon Backpackers have been gallivanting around the world for over a year. They've witnessed the northern lights in Canada, surfed with dolphins in Australia, swam with whale sharks in the Philippines, bathed elephants in Thailand, sand boarded down a volcano in Nicaragua, bungee jumped 147m in Costa Rica, worked at Disneyworld in America, been stung by a stingray, scuba dived the Caribbean, snow boarded Canada’s Rocky Mountains & found the Moken Sea Gypsies in Myanmar!


        

Greece

Hi we are Kate & Mark creators of Vagrants of the World Travel. Full-time international travellers, photographers and travel bloggers. We are Vagrants of the World. With over 55 countries already under our belts, the past 3 years has seen us slow down a little and experience more of each destination.  Our main mode of travel is international housesitting so when we talk about having lived in a place, this means we have house sat there for a month or more. We have house sat across two continents in eight different countries. Many of these destinations we will have visited numerous times.  When we are not house sitting, we usually choose to stay in one place long term to give us the best experience possible.  Our slower mode of travel means we will often know more about a destination than just the must sees. We get to know a place from a local perspective by experiencing the day to day life. By living local, we have discovered some unique local tips and knowledge on the best things to do, see and enjoy. This means a much more authentic and often a far more affordable experience.  Through the local contacts we have made and our first-hand experiences, we can share advice to make your trips as affordable and truly enjoyable as possible. Hopefully giving you the insight to create a unique and authentic experience and even venture a little off the tourist trail. We look forward to meeting you and hearing all about your next dream vacation.