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Ed Paine

Edward spent three years at Oxford playing his trumpet and learning to punt in a straight line (a useful skill for South American river travel). He then farmed for 10 years in South America (based in the Venezuelan Llanos, Orinoco Delta, Morrocoy and Valencia; in Brazil he ran a 50,000 acre farm in São Paulo state with lots of cattle, sugar cane, soya, maize and anacondas) and Argentina is full of his cousins.
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Sue Morkill

After various jobs working and travelling around the world Sue started her travel career with 6 years at Trailfinders before joining Last Frontiers in 2001. Highlights of her numerous recce trips since then have included riding in Chile, Uruguay, Ecuador and Argentina. As a wildlife enthusiast an amazing 'Classic Antarctica' cruise was hard to beat. Two further cruises around the Galapagos, one of which was on the luxury boat Eclipse, have not been too arduous! An Angel Falls river trip (Venezuela), Brazil's Pantanal, Guyana and hiking in Peru have also been top trips.
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Lizzy Diaz

Lizzy’s love affair with Latin America began with the time she spent volunteering in Mexico. Add to the mix a degree in Spanish and Latin American studies and a sixth month trip backpacking around South America and her passion for the region was heightened.
Lizzy works on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
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Alison Boyer

Following completing her degree in Zoology, Ali headed off to Peru to spend three months in the Tambopata Amazon region to take part in a biodiversity study. The numerous snakes, insects, sand flies and bot flies didn’t put her off and she stayed longer than planned to backpack around South America.
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Nicola Le Rougetel

As a travel-nut, adrenaline junkie and textiles enthusiast, Nicola has lived, worked and experienced some pretty unusual things throughout her years in Latin America. She has driven the length and breadth of the continent in an HGV whist tour guiding and driving for Dragoman, participated in BBC 1’s Total Wipeout (filmed in Argentina) and spent 3 years living in Buenos Aires where she worked as a travel consultant by day and moonlighted as a circus performer by night!
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Emily Davies

After finishing a Geography degree, Emily set off for 6 months of backpacking around South America to explore this liveliest of continents. Her highlights included kayaking in Bariloche, trekking to Machu Picchu, a 4 day trip across the Bolivian salt flats and hiking the ‘W’ trek in Torres del Paine - and she ended up coming back with a longer bucket list than when she left!

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