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With an appetite for travel and a thirst for adventure, I’ve landed and explored in Argentina, Morocco, Spain, Chile, and other corners of the world. After recharging my batteries from my last walkabout, the travel itch needs to be scratched. I’m ready to choose a destination from my wanderlust list for my next voyage. The tough part is that.
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At the beginning of 2011, I decided to take an impromptu walkabout to explore some of my yet to discover destinations in South America. With a backpack and dreams, I headed out from Miami to the Strait of Magellan for a week of  hiking through Patagonia followed by Malbec and adventure in Mendoza and the.
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The second leg of my South American Walkabout could not have been more inviting. After a long, overnight bus ride from Santiago, Chile and over the Andes, Mendoza, Argentina greeted me with a glorious sunrise over the desert, rolling out the true welcome mat of the Home of Malbec. Although my first leg was beautiful, the near.
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Having hiked, camped, rafted, rode horseback, and tangoed across Chile and Argentina just a little over a month ago, it is now time to share some of my characteristic good times and good stories. I will begin with the first leg of my three leg walkabout, which was Torres del Paine National Park in Chile..
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Nearly two weeks have passed since I returned from my 2011 Walkabout to Chile and Argentina. I have tried to tell my stories numerous times, but none of my storytelling sessions have done the trip or the precious views justice. As I continue to collect my thoughts, stories, and search through my pictures of Torres.
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With less than four days and counting, I will be venturing off on a walkabout. Yes, I know many of you may be thinking of the Crocodile Dundee films and reciting that famous line……..“That’s not a knife. (pulling out massive knife) NOW, THAT’S a knife.” Putting a twist on the traditional Australian Aborigine journey and.
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