Author Bio: Michael Law

Travel Writer

Michael Law is a freelance travel writer who caught the travel bug at an early age. Doing a Rotary International exchange to Chennai, India as a student at the age of 16 helped set the stage for a life of travel. Between degrees at the University of Manitoba he took a gap year to explore the world, and 10 years later, took another year off from work and life to again hit the road and see areas he missed the first time round.

In his personal life and as a writer, Michael has continued to travel regularly, visiting over 50 countries. His adventures are often planned around his passions: skiing, kiteboarding, hiking, camping, fishing, and other outdoor activities. Some of his most frequented destinations outside of Canada are the Dominican Republic, Hong Kong, Colorado, and Arizona.

Michael is a member of SATW (Society of American Travel Writers) and NASJA (North America Snowsports Journalists Association). He has lived in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, and Ontario, Canada, where he currently resides. Each winter he heads out to see new places and revisit favorites.

Recent adventures include kiteboarding in Cartagena and Cabarete, road tripping through Panama, skiing in Colorado, Utah, Arizona, New York, and North Carolina, wakeboarding in the interior of British Columbia, canoeing in Ontario's backcountry, and exploring Manitoba's lakes and parks.

For more details or to contact Michael, see mikelawtravels.com.