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Forbes listed Culture Trip as one of the five fastest-growing business to watch in the coming year. In the past 12 months, its monthly site visitors have increased 500% and Facebook following has expanded 1,000% to now 4.1 million. Total following now exceeds 4.4 million across all of its social channels.
Blogger, Foodie and Travel Fanatic
Blogger, foodie, and travel fanatic most well known for hosting the Netflix series Girl Eat World. She also writes for her own self-titled blog documenting her food and travel adventures. In 2013, she became widely known as the winner of the second season of Master Chef South Africa.
Megan Jerrard is an Australian Journalist, and the founder and Senior Editor of Mapping Megan, an award-winning travel blog focused on adventure, discovery, immersion and authentic exploration around the globe. A travel writer since 2007, she has over 10 years experience in the industry and has travelled to 50+ countries across all seven continents, Her articles have been widely published and acknowledged by publications such as National Geographic, the New York Times, Forbes, and British Airways High Life.
Dirk Dallas is a designer, educator and photographer, who has been flying various electric helicopters and RC airplanes for over 10 years. After getting his first drone, he became obsessed with aerial photography and video. He started fromwhereidrone.com to provide a helpful resource for those interested in getting started with aerial photography/cinematography. His site is also a space to find amazing drone imagery, learn from the leaders in the drone world.
Royston Ellis is a novelist, travel writer and erstwhile beat poet, born in Britain, who has lived in Sri Lanka since 1980. At the dawn of the Sixties, Royston found himself in Liverpool. There he fell in with John Lennon. They chewed the fat and told each about their ambitions: Ellis wanted to be a writer; Lennon a pop star. The association had momentous repercussions: Lennon had already thought of a name for his new group but it was Ellis who suggested spelling it with an "a".
He has contributed hundreds of articles about Sri Lanka to UK newspapers and magazines, to airline in-flight magazines, and to Sri Lankan publications, including Explore Sri Lanka, of which he was editorial consultant for 16 years, and to the Sunday Times (Colombo) for whom he reviews Sri Lankan hotels. He is author of Sri Lanka by Rail and India by Rail (and co-author of Bradt’s Maldives and Mauritius, Rodrigues & Réunion.