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Marie Barbieri

Marie Barbieri is an award-winning travel writer and photographer who contributes to newsstand travel and health magazines, inflight publications, newspapers, blogs and websites. She has been hemisphere-hopping for more than 25 years, and 13 years ago, left her native England for the otherworldly landscapes of Australia. Marie is most at home in the outdoors, and enjoys bushwalking, cycling, roller-skating, snorkelling, and yoga. She has a deep passion for wildlife conservation, and holistic health, fitness and wellbeing. But give her a pot of Earl Grey tea and a bag of milk chocolate Lindor balls and she’ll love you forever.

The heartbeat of Death Valley

Chaos Ridge… Devil’s Cornfield… Breakneck Canyon… Poison Spring… Coffin Canyon… Funeral Mountain… With names like that, would you want to visit such a place? Oh yes you would. Death Valley is a 3.4-million-acre wilderness of unspeakable beauty in the heart of California’s southeast. It is the hottest and driest spot on the planet, and is one of the most...