Sarah Woods is one of the UK's most successful freelance travel writers. She won Travel Guidebook Writer of the Year in 2005 and the prestigious Kenneth Wescott Jones Memorial Prize twice, in 2007 and 2008. She travels around 200 days of each year and achieves as high an income as she did in the well-paid job she gave up to pursue a freelance travel writing career. Sarah's travel writing has taken her to over 50 countries, clocking up almost 1 million kilometres along the way. She has lived with indigenous tribes in the Panamanian jungle, travelled on the Orient Express, scaled some of the world's highest volcanoes, visited over 500 spas and worked on TV shows, films and documentaries. She also leads author tours, gives talks, and hosts events in bookshops all over the planet, from Colombia and Australia to South East Asia and Spain. Sarah also features regularly on travel radio.