Bryce Sellers is a Writer, Climber and Traveler.

He received his degree from the University of Iowa in Cultural Anthropology in 2016 and was subsequently awarded a grant from the Explorer’s Club (explorers.org) to conduct ethnographic field work among the Dai minority group in Southwest Yunnan Province China.

His published work includes a travel guide for China and an analysis of the 2020 Irish General Election.

He has worked for a guiding company within Mount Rainier National Park and has cycled over two hundred miles solo around Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula and Wild Atlantic Way.

For inquiries, please email bryce_sellers@outlook.com

Recent Posts

Dingle, Ireland; The Last Port of Call…

The Dingle Peninsula, reaching out of the northwest side of County Kerry in the southwest of Ireland, is one of the most rugged, majestic and ancient places in all of the North Atlantic. The Peninsula is home to over 2000 identified archeological sites, dating all the way to the Mesolithic era; 4000 BC and before. … Continue reading Dingle, Ireland; The Last Port of Call…

Luang Prabang; Explorer Shot

Luang Prabang in north central Laos is an ancient town resting on the Banks of iconic rivers; The Mekong and Nam Khan. It is a UNESCO world heritage site and a location where western colonial and traditional Lao Buddhist influences combine to form a truly historic and culturally unique city in Southeast Asia. French Colonial … Continue reading Luang Prabang; Explorer Shot

A Complete Plan to Treat and Overcome Chronic Fatigue

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a diagnosis made to accompany a set of persistent and mysterious symptoms that primarily fall around a sense of deep fatigue, unrelieved by normal rest. The severity in symptoms can vary to a degree, as some people are completely bed bound while others can move around and perform many normal … Continue reading A Complete Plan to Treat and Overcome Chronic Fatigue

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