Emily Chappell studied at Cambridge and SOAS, and since 2008 has worked as a cycle courier in London. In 2011 she set off to cycle round the world, writing about her travels as she went, and so far has covered Europe and Asia, with imminent plans to tackle the Americas.
Emily’s work has featured in The Guardian, The Ride Journal, Boneshaker, Oh Comely and Coven Magazine, and in 2012 she won Travel Blogger of the Year at the British Travel Press Awards, and a Jupiter’s Traveller Award from the Ted Simon Foundation.
Increasingly in demand as a speaker, Emily delivered her first lecture to the Royal Geographical Society in 2012.
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@Re_Ferg This continues a conversation I've been having with myself all afternoon.
@andygates Actually, I've already been to the coldest inhabited place in the world. (Wasn't that cold when I was there though.)
Oh dear. Am procrastinating by looking at a map of Scandinavia & researching January temperatures & daylight hours. This will not end well.