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Wild Night Out

This year, Anna McNuff was described by Condé Nast Traveller as ‘one of the 50 most influential travellers in the world’. In April she returned from a six-month bike trip through the Andes — the largest mountain range in the world. During the 8,850km trip she ascended over 328,000 feet — more than 11 times the height of Everest. She’s also biked through every state of America and run the length of New Zealand.

This is Anna on her best and worst wild eats:

Best: "Fresh ceviche in Valparaiso, Chile. Oh my gosh I could eat that stuff by the bucketload. And a Pisco sour on the side. In Argentina I had a beef steak slow-cooked in milk for three hours — it was melt in the mouth, washed down with some Malbec. Also, I love the diner coffee that you get in most truck stops in America; $1 for a refillable mug. And you cannot beat a stack of pancakes the size of your head, with a jug of maple syrup on the side."

Worst: "When I was biking route 50 across the desert in Nevada, I ate a lot of deep fried, processed food. The worst was the burger covered in a spray-can of orange cheese. I got very excited when I found an apple in a shop in the middle of the desert."