Since the age of four, on the slopes of Banff and with Panda the teddy bear stuffed into her skiing jacket, Kerry-Ann has been at one with Mr Travel Bug. Following several stints around the world she settled in London to work as a journalist specialising in travel but also covering music, food, politics and current affairs. She is internationally published.
Some of her off the beaten track travel moments involve interviewing a hip hop band in Kibera, Kenya's largest slum; frog fishing with Cambodian farmers and a close shave with a croc in a dugout canoe in Nepal. She has reviewed some of the world's most elite hotel brands such as Oberoi, ITC and Claridges. Where will the world take her next?
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