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  • Stephen Chapman

    Stephen Chapman, travel writerStephen left a lucrative career in the oil industry in 2006 to inspire a more sustainable and humanitarian approach to exploring the world. He established a multi-award-winning blog, Make Travel Fair, to share his travel stories and photography with a wider audience. Originally from the UK, Stephen now lives in Washington D.C., but he continues to search near and far for that elusive sense of place. Follow Stephen on Twitter @maketravelfair and @stephenchapman.

    Food I’d travel across the globe just to taste: Sunday roast in a good British pub.
    Didn’t want to close my eyes for a second in: Hlane Royal National Park, Swaziland.
    Found the friendliest locals in: The Cook Islands.
    Preferred mode of travel: Canoe.

    Browse Stephen’s posts on The Ambler.

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    Found the friendliest locals in: The Cook Islands.
     Preferred mode of travel: Canoe.
    
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Didn't want to close my eyes for a second in: Hlane Royal National Park, Swaziland.
Found the friendliest locals in: The Cook Islands.
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