WanderWorld: Adventures from Morocco, South Africa, Galápagos, Brittany, Galway

WanderWorld: Adventures from Morocco, South Africa, Galápagos, Brittany, Galway

Company name: Wanderlust
From: 27 May 2020
To: 27 May 2020
Price: Free

Enjoying your latest issue of Wanderlust magazine? Would you love to get behind the scenes, meet the contributors, hear their tales, and even ask them a question?

Well, now you can on this special digital evening in which the Wanderlust team will be joined by our contributors from Somerset to Morocco and South Africa. 

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Alice Morrison is a Scottish adventurer and explorer now living in Morocco. The BBC is currently repeating the story of her journey from Morocco to Timbuktu. In 2019 she became the first woman to walk the length of the Draa River.  For her most recent adventure she spent three months crossing 2,000km of the Sahara with camels, a vignette from which she writes about in the May/June issue.  www.alicemorrison.co.uk  

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Carolyn Boyd has been writing about France for two decades. In the latest issue of Wanderlust she reports on Brittany’s wild west.

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Heather Richardson is originally from Sheffield but has lived in Cape Town for the past three years and shared her passion for it in the latest issue.

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Martin Symington was born and brought up in Portugal but has lived in Britain for most of his adult life. For this issue he visited vibrant Galway, European City of Culture 2020.

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Sarah Gilbert is an award-winning travel writer and photographer who has contributed to Wanderlust for over a decade, covering emerging destinations and eco-travel from across the planet. She is also a guide book writer for Lonely Planet and contributor to The Guardian and The Telegraph, among other publications. For this issue, she visited the wildliefe-strewn Galapagos Islands. 

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Lyn Hughes co-founded Wanderlust in 1993 having had the idea on a plane to South America. Travel is still her passion and she is happy to take questions on any aspect of the magazine or travel in general.

The event will start at 6.30pm and run for approximately one hour 15 minutes. 

This event is free of charge but you must be registered for it - please use the button below to go through to the registration form. The details of how to link to the event will be provided by email 24 hours beforehand.