What makes perennial travellers tick? We catch up with people whose jobs keep them moving from one place to another to find out how travel has enriched their lives, where they go, why the go and where they'd never go back to.
From five-star hotels in Chengdu to slinging on a backpack and seeing Colombia, Mel Wells literally works in all four corners of the globe. So it's fair to say shes got a few tales to share
Blogger and photographer Esme has travelled all over the world - and to some of its best restaurants. And her sense of curiosity shows no sign of diminishing
Andy has been shooting freerunning since it emerged in 2003 and now his role at the forefront of the scene sees him shooting athletes all over the globe - from Quebec to India
She calls Kauai her home but spends the majority of her year travelling in her guise as a professional mountain biker. Jo has some great travel insights and knows where to get great Thai food ...
24 hours of sun in Iceland is waaaay better than a storm in Wanaka apparently. Laura's job has seen her ride in some amazing places. But there's one place she goes back to again and again ...
Susie circumnavigated the world on two wheels to promote solar power - and she had a lot of that cycling across the Sahara. It was her parents that gave her the travel bug and she's never looked back