Nana began writing about travel in 2006, after several years working as a United Nations press officer in New York. She has been all over the world for Lonely Planet including to Malawi, Zambia, Algeria, South Africa, Fiji and Tuvalu. She has also written features for lonelyplanet.com and for other leading publications including Rough Guides, the Independent, Time Out, BBC Travel and AFK Travel.
Currently based in London, she’s lived in New York, France, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Australia.
New York City, Fiji, the Algerian Sahara