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Cultural enthusiast and perpetual nomad. "Some people eat, others try therapy. I travel. You should too."

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Professional career breaker. "No matter how we travel there is always further to go. The world is full of open doors."

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Traveler off the tourist path. "Do yourself a favor, get off the tourist path and explore a little. It can be very rewarding."

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