Scottish native, Eric Anderson, a member of the American Society of American Travel Writers, has been writing about travel since 1972. A former family physician he has been the travel editor for a series of glossy doctor magazines that continued to go belly up – probably due to his writing. Nancy, a former RN nurse educator and technical writer, originally from Ohio now co-writes travel with him. The two have struggled down the Molokai cliffs on its infamous mule ride, swung screaming from treetop cables in Puerto Vallarta and ridden like the royalty they are on elephants in Thailand. They also write and publish Anderson’s World. They bring to Traveling Boy a sense that travel can still be fun if only Eric can find a way, as a cheap, er, frugal Scot, to make it happen.