Carol King spends her time between Sicily and London. She has been a journalist and writer for 30 years and a freelance for more than 20 years. Carol loves travel and has visited 36 countries - so far. Her appetite for travel has seen her track gorillas in Uganda, climb Adam’s Peak in Sri Lanka, visit salt mines in Poland and puff cigars in Cuba. Outside of the UK she has lived in Buenos Aires, Madrid and Modica, Sicily. After more than 20 years as a technology journalist editing various titles and writing for newspapers including the Wall Street Journal Europe, The Guardian and Daily Telegraph, now Carol writes mainly on travel, art, architecture, film and history for books, magazines and websites. She has written about travel for TheTravelEditor.com, Frommer’s, Volotea Airline and 1001 Escapes, as well as Destinations Travel, Destination Weddings, Psychologies and Discover magazines. Carol also does guest slots on the BBC radio show Mondo Italiano and Australia’s Rete Italia. She loves Sicily: its nature, architecture, sun, sea, food and, most of all, its people.