Anita has written travel articles for many national and international publications, and has filed dispatches from around the world including Budapest, Istanbul, Iran, Iraq, Kenya, South Asia, the Indian Ocean, South America, Australasia, and the US.
She is recipient of a Travelling Fellowship awarded by the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, more about which can be found throughout this travel section.
She has spoken about travel-related themes on various programmes on BBC Radio 4, BBC World Service, BBC Radio 5 Live, and at various festivals and events around the world. She has been published in anthologies including "From There to Here" (Penguin).
Her epic adventures include travelling 15, 000 miles overland from London to Sydney through 20 countries, crossing 'the hippie trail' and beyond through deserts (the Baluchestan desert under military escort), mountains (including the volcanic Mount Bromo) and border crossings (walking through the borders of Turkey/Iran and Pakistan/India). She has also been around the world in 80 days, paraglided near Mont Blanc, and been hot airballooning over Cappadocia, Turkey.
She has interviewed or chaired events with travel writers and adventurers including Paul Theroux, Colin Thubron, Jonathan Raban, and Benedict Allen and reviewed a wide range of travel books.