1. The World’s oldest backpacker "His travels have brought him into danger many times. Sometimes in places you wouldn’t expect but, more often than not, in regions that are embroiled in conflict. John doesn’t go looking for trouble but, at the same time, he wants to see the world. That’s why he’s on this journey. He’s had 89 good years on this planet and he’s spent the last 30 exploring it. He’s not prepared to compromise at this stage in his life." http://www.timetravelturtle.com/2011/12/worlds-oldest-backpacker/
  2. 20 Signs To Diagnose Your Chronic Wanderlust “You can’t get no satisfaction. The more places you see, the bigger the wanderlust grows. There’s just something about the unusual that leaves you wanting more. But it doesn’t matter because you know that wanderlust isn’t about getting satisfaction. It’s about thriving.” http://thoughtcatalog.com/erica-villas/2015/08/20-signs-to-diagnose-your-chronic-wanderlust/
  3. Revisiting the places you love “My ‘destinations’ page remains mildly pathetic compared to those of other travel bloggers. I always sheepishly admit that I’ve only been to 28 countries – like that makes me a lesser traveller or something, or as if that number isn’t large in comparison to those who don’t do this for a living. But I’ve always believed that if you find a place you really love – and I mean truly, truly love – your owe it to your soul to go back, over and over again.” http://candicedoestheworld.com/2015/09/revisiting-the-places-you-love/?utm_content=bufferf7b8a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
  4. I Just Didn’t Like It… “Everyone always talks about the trips they have been on and the places they have visited where they absolutely fell in love with, but rarely do you hear the stories of the places that you just didn’t like. People are always hesitant with sharing these stories, because as travellers, it’s hard to complain about going anywhere without someone rolling their eyes at you.” http://www.twirltheglobe.com/other/i-just-didnt-like-it/
  5. Escape to Bro-topia “People talk about chucking their jobs. They say they will leave behind the madness of the city and hit the road… But nobody ever does it. Nobody. Except for one guy.” http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/07/style/escape-to-bro-topia.html?hp=&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&module=photo-spot-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news&smid=tw-nytimes&_r=0

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