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Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, before moving to Africa at the age of 21, Sarah Kingdom is a mountain climber and guide, traveler, yoga teacher, trail runner, and mother of two. When she is not climbing or traveling she lives on a cattle ranch in central Zambia. She guides and runs trips regularly in India, Nepal, Tibet, Russia, and Ethiopia, taking climbers up Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro numerous times a year.
Janie H. Pace is a travel writer and photographer based in Fort Worth, Texas. Her culinary, wine, and travel photography adventures have led her across Peru from Cusco through the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu, where she sampled locally grown vegetables and potato bread; up the Icefields Parkway from Lake Louise to Banff and Jasper, where she photographed wildlife and landscapes and indulged in Fairmont luxury hotels; and to the four largest islands of Hawaii, where she explored Haleakala and Hawai’i Volcanoes National Parks and enjoyed the local poke bowls. Whether a wine tasting, restaurant review, or local craft beer or distillery tour, Janie posts her adventures from various publications at Journey Mapped.
Originally from the UK and having lived in Toronto and North Carolina, Chris now calls southeast Michigan home. After 37 years in chemical manufacturing, Chris started chapter two pursuing his love of travel and photography and sharing it through illustrated travel articles. From sleeping in an ice hotel to walking through a Rio favela, rice mat weaving in rural China to sailing naked on the world’s largest square rigger, getting lost in the medina of Marrakech to sharing mate in Chile, every journey has created lifelong memories and often new friends. No matter where you are, everyone has a story.
Married with two grown sons, Chris still gets up early every Saturday to watch his beloved Liverpool play in the English Premier League and he still misses English country pubs and warm beer. He is also a features writer for a local newspaper and volunteers with a local nature and land conservancy group.