Andrew is the Social Media Manager for G Adventures. In other words he counts tweets and likes in his sleep. Andrew has been a Guinness fueled travel blogger for over three years, with his work appearing in USA Today, MSNBC, BBC Travel, Huffington Post, Business Insider, AOL Travel and more.
Attit is the Web Producer and a Photographer for G Adventures, as well as the Online Editor for this little experiment. You may have seen some of his work in The New York Times, Outside Magazine, MSN, Toronto Life Magazine and the pages of G Adventures’ brochures.
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Some people stumble in to a life of travel; I on the other hand was born in to it. I was 1 year old the first time I sat on plane, and I was five when I first flew by myself. Since then I have been on over 120 flights, 5 continents and 23 countries. I have travelled for business, pleasure, with friends, family, and with out; on organized tours and then sometimes just travelled on a whim. Some people work to live, others live to work, but I live to travel.
After college, I strapped on a backpack to gain some real life experience. In Peru, my life forever changed, and I fell in love with adventure travel. I’ve ventured over the Tibetan Plateau, through the Nepali Himalayas, across the deserts of India and the Middle East, beach hopped through Sri Lanka and eaten my way through Italy, France and Spain. Staying within budget has become a sport for me (the only one I was ever good at!).
Always on the lookout for his next adventure our 30 year old sales rep from Toronto seeks out the weird and unfamiliar when trying to decide “where to next?” Ancient cultures, unusual cuisines, traditional customs, and unique wildlife fuel his appetite for adventure – well that and a good local brew.
Attempting to visit all seven continents before he is 35, our Sales Manager for Ontario, Sean tackles each destination with an open mind and outreached arms. When he is not on the road working with to our travel partners, you can find Sean either hanging out at local coffee shops or BBQing in his backyard.
Journalist by trade and copywriter by accident, Steve handles words for the G Adventures creative team. His top travel accomplishment to date: eating lutefisk, an experience he describes as “almost bearable.
Dan Noll & Audrey Scott
Daniel and Audrey are the husband-and-wife digital storytelling and photography team behind Uncornered Market. They travel deep and off-beat, aiming to connect the world through people, food and adventure. Five years and 70 countries later, they are still going…and still married.
Like most Americans I only had two weeks of vacation per year. But then on a trip to Thailand in 2005, everything changed. I met five backpackers who showed me that I didn’t have to be tied down to my job and that I didn’t need to be rich to travel. After that trip, I decided to leave the rat race and explore the world so I finished my MBA, quit my cubicle job, and, in July 2006, I set out on an adventure around the world.
Hello! My name is Jodi and I’m a former lawyer currently traveling (and eating) my way around the world, one country at a time. I don’t tend to have a set plan or bucket list of things I want to see or place I need to enjoy. Instead, I’ve found myself organically moving from one place to the next based on a food recommendation or a fellow traveler’s enthusiasm for a city somewhere far away.
Nellie is a travel writer and blogger specializing in adventure travel and unusual experiences. She’s been traveling around the world with her husband full-time since 2003. In her quest for adventure, she has climbed an active volcano in Guatemala, skydived in Spain, spotted wildlife in Madagascar and swam with sharks in South Africa.
In March 2007 I sold my house and have been traveling around the world ever since. Since I started traveling, I have probably done and seen more than I have in the rest of my life combined.
So far I have visited all 7 continents, over 100 countries, 49/50 US states, 9/10 Canadian provinces, every Australian state and territory, over 100 US National Park Service sites and over 150 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Kirsten is a photographer, writer and teacher who wanders the globe in search of people to help, stories to tell and ways to inspire others as to how important travel is. When home, she is the host of the New York City web series, Bites of the Big Apple but she has also been on camera for CNN, Expedia and AMC.
Cailin O’Neil has been the host of the travel web series “Travel Yourself” since early 2009 and currently travels the world hosting, filming, editing and producing the whole series herself. When not on camera she is also a food, travel and video blogger and works as a freelancer in the Film and TV Industry in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Becki is the founder of www.BackpackerBecki.com – a solo female travel blog driving travellers to new destinations and to visit the well-known, but with a focus on alternative sights and off the beaten track adventures. She set off in July for a indefinite period of travel and aims to encourage others to travel differently and with purpose.
Podcaster and writer Craig Martin has been living on the road since leaving Auckland, New Zealand in February 2006. With a degree in Media Studies and English plus a penchant for Coleridge, he’s still travelling. Craig podcasts at the Indie Travel Podcast, the world’s friendliest travel community; and runs Indie Travel Media Ltd which creates content, publishes ebooks, and makes websites for clients.
Chris is the host of the Amateur Traveler. The Amateur Traveler is a popular online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations. It includes a weekly audio podcast, a video podcast, and a blog.
Peter West Carey
Peter is a world traveling professional photographer currently leading photo tours to Bhutan, Nepal and Alaska. He also hosts basic photography workshops along the West Coast of the USA as well as the free welcome 31 Days TO Better Photography series on his blog.
Randy Kalp and Bethany Salvon
Photographer Bethany Salvon and journalist Randy Kalp were professionals in the wedding and newspaper industries before they set their sights on long term travel. Now you can wander with them online as they travel the world in search of the unusual, the mundane, the beautiful and the forgotten.
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