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Published (first published September 18th 2008)
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Humour, travel and non-fiction author and freelance writer who contributes regularly to the Guardian and writes a column for BBC Countryfile magazine, as well as being an erstwhile contributing editor to The Idler and columnist for the Daily Telegraph.
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