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September 15, 2010



I'm with you. I admire people who go on those adventures alone, but no way would I do that. Especially the Amazon, where there are about 17 million species of animals that can kill you in seconds. I'd like to live to tell about my solo travels, thank you very much.



Agreed! People think I'm adventurous but it's only in that "soft" kind of way. I like to see and experience new things. Not risk death.




This is a wonderful blog! It was a very good read.

I was wondering if you would be interested in guest blogging on my blog. It is a collection of my travels and the travels of my guests. If you scan the site you can see that now almost 100% of the posts are from guests. Lately I’ve been finding many people interested in guest posting.

Included in your post will be a link to your website using whatever anchor text or key words you wish and a description of your site (if you choose to include one.)

The blog (OnetravelBloggers.com) contains hundreds of great stories from travelers who love to share their journey with the world…

So if you are interested in being a guest, please let me know.

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Bangkok Travel

WOW! That's some crazy solo journeys, don't know which one is more adventurous. I think that traveling solo is definitely fun, one must have the right attitude, be open-minded, yet cautious, and learn to connect with oneself. Thanks for sharing, can't wait to browse through that interesting book ;)


Thanks George. I'll email you.

Bangkok - I'll stick to the tamer journeys and read about the wild and crazy ones in those books!


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