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Stuart Forster is a freelance travel journalist based in the north-east of England. His work is published by the likes of National Geographic Traveller, Sydney Morning Herald and Thomas Cook Travel Magazine. Stuart speaks fluent German and specialises in travel to German speaking countries as well as to Portugal and India, where he was based for several years. He appreciates wildlife and nature, good food and drink, design and photography and enjoys playing and watching sports while out on the road. His most intense travel experience was a face-to-face encounter with a mountain gorilla in Rwanda.
Australian writer and composer Dr. Barry Ferrier has had a diverse career as a musician and academic. His vast experience as an entertainer and virtuoso musician has led him to travel extensively, performing across Europe, Scandinavia and the UK. He was a cast member of the original Jesus Christ Superstar, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, music director and composer for the international recognised mime group The Lindsay Kemp Company, opened at the Palais Theatre Melbourne for Ry Cooder, and was a member of chart-topping 80s Pop Group "The Ferrets". He has also travelled extensively in Australia and Asia as a documentary maker.
He has travelled with many leading celebrities including as band leader for the legendary US superstar Eartha Kitt and which has given him unique objective experience of 5 star accommodation.
As Assistant Professor of Multimedia and Australia's prestigious Bond University for several years and with 5 university degrees to his credit, he has vast experience as a writer. He is also an experienced copywriter with many years professional marketing and advertising experience.
Combining these diverse and creative experiences, he has developed a unique and highly entertaining travel writing style and strong analytic skills , and is a valued member of the Reviews International travel writing Team.
Laura Byers is a freelance travel journalist that lost her heart to the world of travel ten years ago during a round the world trip with her husband. She enjoys discovering new cultures, culinary exploration and new adventures.
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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