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Mark Sissons

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Zurich

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Zurich

1400 American Lane

Schaumburg, Illinois,60196

United States

Company Description

We operate globally and locally, according to our customers' needs. We have been delivering insurance products and services for over 140 years in more than 170 countries. Zurich Insurance Group is one of the world's largest insurance groups, and one of the f...more

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Employment History

Professional Associate of Finance

Ace Group


Writer and Creator

Someeconomist.com


Freelance Travel Journalist

San Francisco Chronicle


Business Analyst

chubb ltd


BC Association of Travel Writers


Television and Film Writer

Latin America and Asia


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Norie Quintos of National Geographic Traveler magazine and writer Mark Sissons were also with us, but they didn't ride with us that day.


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Good news of Zimbabwe is beginning to filter into the International Press: read the link below for a recent account from Journalist, Mark Sissons, who traveled to our country in May 2011.


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Wildcard travels

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No need to open the door and see anyone first thing in the morning.   Mark Sissons.
height="212" src="http://lh5.ggpht.com/-YHKmhG-xae8/UpOzByOqWHI/AAAAAAAAH1c/bnXpne-SqPg/Africa%252520%2525281794%252529_thumb%25255B2%25255D.jpg?imgmax=800" style="display: inline; float: left; margin: 10px;" title="Mark Thomas trades adventure stories with travel journalist Mark Sissons. width="306" />At 5:00 p.m. we gathered at the dock with the other guests for the sunset cruise, joined by Cindy and Phil, a couple from Johannesburg, and a single guy named Mark. We soon learned that Mark marksissons.com, is a freelance travel journalist writing a story about Royal Chundu for the San Francisco Chronicle. It was a bit of an ego trip to be able to keep up with him, trading stories about places we’ve been. Even better, he was interested in talking with us for his SFGate story because of the “local connectionâ€� to San Francisco. Mark used a fly rod, trying for the famous fighting tiger fish, and I was given a spin rod, so I might catch a bream. We fished various rapids and eddies without any luck. Still, it was a beautiful morning, a great little tour of the surrounding islands, and a chance to get close to a very large crocodile. Afterward, breakfast for me was delicate fish cakes topped with two of the freshest poached eggs I have ever eaten. Mark took full advantage of the chance to eat the breakfast meats including pork, which we don’t have much in the UAE.    Next on the agenda was a midday tour of Mushekwa Village. Mark napped while I received a poolside foot rub from a lovely young massage therapist named Ruth.         Then it was time for our canoe trip down the river. This, Aggie had said more than once, is Royal Chundu’s signature activity. It started with a drive through the fishing village where the boats were kept, and where Vasco lives. I had told him that Mark is a former whitewater guide, which delighted him. There were two inflatable canoes; Mark and S.K. were in one and Vasco and I in the other. width="240" />Afterward, Mark and I stretched out on the Persian carpets that were laid out for us â€" there was also a hammock â€" and Clever and Thomas set up the umbrella for us to relax under. Mark Sissons, the travel journalist, had said “You don’t want to miss this.â€� He was right.  This was our first luxury eco-lodge experience. Mark admits to our friends that when we first began to travel, he didn’t want to go to Africa.


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