Thank you for visiting Geokult Travel. This blog is dedicated to the love of travel and exploring, covering a range of topics including destinations, arts and culture, food, eco-ideas, adventures, photography and advice for travellers.
About the Authors
Tracey Benson and Martin Drury have been travelling as a team since 2010 as partners and creative collaborators. Tracey and Martin have travelled together to Europe, SE Asia and Turkey. They have also travelled extensively within Australia, even driving to Port Macquarie in 2012 to get married (with a Nick Cave song in the background).
Tracey Benson (aka bytetime) is a writer, artist and photographer based in Canberra, Australia. She has travelled to North Africa, the USA, Europe, Scandinavia and parts of SE Asia. You can check out some of her reviews on TripAdvisor. She also has lots of GPS tracks of her bush walks in the southern highlands region of NSW and ACT. Tracey works in academia and government as an online and x-media specialist. Her project 365 Places, explores some of the places she loves. Tracey is also the main writer and editor for the site.
Martin Drury is a photographer and cartographer based in Canberra, Australia. He has travelled to Papua New Guinea, SE Asia, the South Pacific including Samoa and diving in the Soloman Islands, trekked in Nepal, and sailed the Coral Sea. He also had the enviable role of being the cartographer for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (1989-1995).
Later in 2014, Tracey and Martin will be presenting an exhibition of photographs from their journeys to Turkey in 2011 and 2013 at the Turkish Embassy in Canberra. As part of the exhibition, planned for Turkish Republic Day they will also be launching a full colour publication that documents these journeys. Since 2011, they have been collaborating on a project titled Geokult which explores their mutual love of travel, mapping and photography.
Tracey and Martin are available to help you design your online identity and engagement strategy, as well as freelance writing and photography jobs. You can contact us via this website or their Geokult Facebook page at www.facebook.com/geokulttravel.
We welcome suggestions for reviews and contributions from guest bloggers. If you have a travel story, favourite activity, hints and tips, or any travel information that you want to share please contact us.