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September 01, 2008

Meet Our Travel Experts



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09/01/2008

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Nathan Borchelt | Kate Chandler | Guest Blogger | Lacy Morris | Jennifer Maltba Seabolt | Alistair Wearmouth

NathanborcheltNathan Borchelt
Nathan Borchelt has been working as a travel writer and photographer for over ten years, pursuing his passion of both travel and outdoor activities like skiing, scuba diving, cycling, hiking, camping, and intriguing cultural pursuits. In addition to his work as an editor at Away.com, his stories and photos have appeared in The Washington Post, Outside magazine, Backpacker, and several online publications. In spring of 2008 he co-authored the guidebook Great Destinations: Washington, DC, Alexandria, and Arlington for Countryman Press.

Kate-chandler-expertsKate Chandler
Escaping her native Mississippi's summer heat, Kate spent ten summers in the relatively cool mountains of North Carolina. It was there, in the Blue Ridge Mountains, she cultivated her love of the outdoors, learning backpacking, rock climbing, and whitewater skills. In addition to backpacking, canoeing, and kayaking along much of the Appalachian mountain chain, Kate spent two summers exploring several ranges in Alaska and Canada on foot and on water. She also has extensive backpacking and rafting experience in the Rocky Mountains. She is also a PADI-certified diver and a decent skier (for a gal from Mississippi). Kate earned her master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, and worked for Backpacker magazine before joining Away.com as an editor in 2006.

Guestblogger Guest Blogger
We love to hear from wanderlusting folk from around the world who have a story to tell. If you want to contribute, drop us a line at via the "Email Us" graphic above with your ideas and a little about who you are and what you do. Previous guest bloggers have included the founder of Chickable?, Debbie Dubrow of DeliciousBaby.com, and Sheila Scarborough of FamilyTravelLogue.com

Lacy-morris Lacy Morris
Perhaps the vast emptiness of the wheat fields in Kansas, where Lacy grew up, cultivated her deep longing to see the world and experience how others live their life. Lacy followed up her childhood by somehow staying put long enough to craft a degree in journalism, focusing on both travel and photography. Her curiosity about the world has taken her everywhere from playing soccer with orphans in Romania, clinging onto the back of a motorbike taxi driver during an uncompromising Thai rainstorm, tracking the black rhino in Namibia, to surfing in Costa Rica. Lacy is an editor at Away.com.

Jennifer_maltba_experts Jennifer Maltba
Growing up in the mountains of North Carolina, Jennifer Maltba Seabolt loved adventure—whether it was hiking the Blue Ridge Mountains with her dog Koko, flying through the trails of Tennessee on an ATV, or sailing the waters of the Neuse River at Camp Seafarer. She has been to more than 45 states, seeing most of America through the windshield of a 42-foot motorhome. Her latest adventures include running in the 200-mile Hood-to-Coast relay in Oregon and exploring every inch of her current hometown of D.C. Jennifer's goal in life is to grow old with some good stories to tell and to eat a lot of great food along the way. Jennifer works at Away.com as a marketing communications specialist.

Alistairwearmouth Alistair Wearmouth
With two young children now in tow, Alistair Wearmouth's travel perspective has shifted from digging out the best backpacker hostel in Kathmandu to coping strategies for toddlers on a transatlantic flight. An editor at Away.com for over five years, his world travels have taken him through Europe, India, Nepal, Japan, Southeast Asia, the Canadian Rockies, Australia, and beyond. He has written for publications including Backpacker, The Washington Post, and Smithsonian.com.


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People may have various reasons for travelling from one place to another ranging from family holiday, business or honeymoon trip. However varied the reason may be, there is always a wish within you to save some money on travel. If you save more money then you will have plenty of cash during the travel. This makes it necessary to look for one company that offers cheap flights, travel insurance,holidays and touring bargains,rent a car, cruises, vacations,hotels. People have turned more to air travel because they offer cheap and affordable flights.

Sure these are just but great people. I've learnt a lot from their contributions.

Thanks for the contributions. They are great,hope you keep up with the momentum.

As a fellow travel writer, one who is always looking for other outlets for my work, would you be so kind as to respond to this email and let me know whom I can contact to submit samples of my travel aticles to be considered by this site? When I clicked on Contact Us, I get a message that the page is not available.

Thanks in advance and I look forward to hearng from you. Happy Holidays! Barbara

Great to get the lowdown on the team that I email every now and again! :)

We have a few college students online from college of University of Denver and we love your blog postings,so well add your rss or newsfeed for them,Thanks and please post us and leave a comment back and well link to you.Thanks Jen , Blog ManagerUniversity of Denver

Hi All,

In view of your expertise in travel, I'd like to introduce you to a new travel site we're launching as we speak: www.cost4travel.com

More information on the project at: www.cost4travel.com/launch.

Please let me know what you think about it.

Thanks a lot, cheers, Stephane

Hi All ----
You all have very interesting bios. I am between jobs at the moment and decided to try to do something more in line with my interests.

I have lots of experience living and travelling overseas and I am a writer. Do any of you have any advice on how I can break in to travel writing? Or any other travel related field?

I would appreciate any feedback you could give.
Thanks!

Thanks to all the contributors. I am from Sydney, Australia.

Hi from Dublin / Ireland.
It's great to put a face to all the helpful contributors.
For any Dublin visitors there's a helpful site called Hidden Dublin http://www.hidden-dublin.com
Keep up the great work!

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