Welcome To Four More New Vagablond Contributors

Our list of Contributors has grown yet again over the past 10 days. A big Vagablond welcome to these four intrepid travel writers and bloggers of world renown:

1) Pamela Galban is a freelance writer in Miami Florida. An active blogger and self-proclaimed Geographic Explorer, she loves writing about the stylish side of travel and dining when she’s not skiing down a double black diamond run, or hiking the Red River Gorge – all on a dare of course!

2) Jacqui Horwood is a freelance writer who has lived in Hanoi, Vietnam since March 2005 with her partner and child. During this time, she has travelled in Vietnam, China, Myanmar and Thailand. She has previously travelled extensively through Europe and has started making inroads into the United States and Canada. Jacqui has won awards for short stories and poetry and has been published in Australia.

3) Amy Wu considers food, wine and travel personal passions, and a second career. She writes about food and wine for the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle in upstate New York, where she is now based. As part of her job, she travels frequently to the Finger Lakes region, home of the fastest-growing wine region in the Empire State. She also writes about the airline industry and travel culture.

4) S A J Sherazi is a writer, educator, linguist, translator and blogger. His writing on Information Technology, travel, heritage, behavioral sciences, political economy, public relations and management practices appear in Dawn, the News, Nation, Spider, BootsnAll and other publications. He is obsessed with the virtual word, and forms of mass media at hand and cultures beyond borders.

Posted by Gil Zeimer on June 24, 2006 in Travel

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