Ted Campbell is a freelance writer, Spanish-English translator, and university teacher in Mexico. He was born in Michigan but grew up in Toronto and other places in the Midwest, and he has since traveled to more than 40 countries and lived in four.
He has shaken hands with Bob Dylan, worked as a chef in Yellowstone, taught kindergarten in Korea, toured in a rock band in Western Canada, gone broke in Paris, eaten raw jellyfish in China, cycled from Toluca to Acapulco in Mexico, slept on the beach in Brazil, and honeymooned in Moscow.
Ted is a frequent contributor to Transitions Abroad, and he has written two guidebooks about Mexico, one for Cancun and the Mayan Riviera and another for San Cristobal de las Casas and Palenque in Chiapas, both available at Amazon.com. You can find more of his stories of adventure, culture, music, food, and mountain biking on his blog No Hay Bronca.