Find out more about the loveEXPLORING website and team
We've got a confession to make: we're travel addicts. We've got a perpetual case of wanderlust. When working we're constantly pining for the warmth of the tropical sunshine on some faraway island, and when at home we're almost always thinking about packing up and escaping on the next plane, train or boat.
This website is the manifestation of our passion: exploration. We've employed and commissioned some of the finest travel writers and adventurers to bring you tales of little-visited Icelandic cities, tips on how to keep the kids happy on holiday and pictures of some of Europe's smallest but most sensational destinations. We've got fresh perspectives and insider tips on cities like London, Paris, New York and Tokyo, and some incredible photography of our Earth from above.
Whatever your travel tastes, we've got something you'll love. We cover everything from brilliant budget breaks to affordable luxury and the down-right extravagant. We've got city guides, destination features and gorgeous galleries, and we scour the web each week for the latest travel news and deals.
loveEXPLORING is brought to you by digital publisher Love Incorporated, who also publish loveMONEY.com, lovePROPERTY and loveFOOD.com. We aim to provide seriously inspirational travel editorial for independent-minded travellers who are looking to invest in those extra-special experiences to make their trips unforgettable.
Dom Eames, Editor-in-Chief
After spending his twenties writing and producing film and TV, Dom has been leading award-winning digital editorial teams for Channel 4, Virgin Media, MSN.com and currently leads the LoveInc. editorial team. His adventures have taken him to every continent and he has written extensively on lifestyle subjects.
Abra Dunsby, Editor
Having worked as a writer and editor for various travel trade and consumer titles over the years, Abra has plenty of knowledge about what the next travel trend will be, or which under-the-radar destination is about to have its moment in the spotlight. Half-Italian Abra is Italy-obsessed and has visited the destination countless times. She is also a US specialist. Her favourite destinations marry culture with sunshine, great food and history.
Lynne Maxwell, Senior Features Editor
Lynne has 16 years’ experience working across a broad range of journalism on various print publications, but it’s travel she’s most passionate about. Tokyo and New York remain her favourite cities, but she’s eager to spend more time exploring Europe. When she’s not discovering new places, she can be found in a ballet, tap or modern class or on stage – dancing is her other love.
Luke Rix-Standing, Features Editor
Luke got his start writing obituaries, before expanding into lifestyle features writing specialising in travel. He loves backpacking and staying on the move, and as a student spent two months in Florence – the one city he keeps going back to.
Hannah Foster-Roe, Senior Writer
Whether it was poetry in primary school or playscripts as a uni postgrad, Hannah always loved writing. She has previously contributed to various print and digital publications on both sides of the Atlantic. Some of her favourite countries to explore are Spain, Greece, Croatia and the UK, but she’s keen to sniff out the amazing food, cultural heritage and natural beauty of every place she goes.
Peter Moore, Senior Writer
Born in Sydney, living in London, Peter has been travelling since a random encounter with the Big Nambas of Vanuatu when he was 19. He has six travel narratives under his belt, published by Penguin Random House, and at last count has visited 114 countries. He was Associate Web Editor at Wanderlust for nine years, has written for publications across the globe and is always on the lookout for his next travel adventure.
Freelance writers & editors
All our content is written by our in-house journalists and award-winning team of expert freelance travel writers who include:
Jacqui Agate, Lottie Gross, James Draven, Zoey Goto, Robin McKelvie and Mark Stratton.
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