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We love to travel & explore the world. We try & travel to a different city every couple of months, taking long weekends & we also take 1 or 2 long haul holidays a year also, usually picking places at random. We love Asia there food, culture & way of life so love spending our time there exploring there country learning there ways & enjoying there food. We are independent travels & love using sites like trip adviser, travel books etc to help us explore the country or city we will be visiting & also help us plan what we would like to do while we are there. View "Coopers adventures" Travel Blog
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Spending the hols in Oz and NZ... life can't be too bad ay?View "Chazwick249" Travel Blog
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Mr. David is a conglomeration of multiple nationalities and cultures as his strange accent attests to. Born in Denver, Colorado to an American mother and Puerto Rican father he has lived in New Zealand, Poland, Hungary, Afghanistan, Iraq, and all points inside of the United States of America. His modest travels have included visits to all of Western and Central Europe, Montenegro, Greece, Mexico, Russia, Jordan, Hong Kong, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine, Turkey, Cyprus, Hawai'i, Jamaica, Canada, United Arab Emirates, and more. He currently resides in Saudi Arabia because it is somewhere new and interesting for the moment. His dream is a fairly common one. To travel from the ancient city of Athens to the Arctic by way of The City of Sails in a sled pulled by guinea pigs.
David is a firemen by trade, but comedian, writer, humanist, traveler, dreamer, and all around good guy by desire. He learned his trade in the Washington D.C. Fire Department and currently resides in Tabuk, Saudi Arabia working as Firefighter Training Instructor for the Royal Saudi Air Force.
He is a point and shoot photographer. He wants everything in his pictures; wires, flies, red eyes, people making ugly faces, lampposts. As long as it is in focus it is perfect. He believes a picture should be a snapshot of reality, like the hundred year old badly pixelated photos of West Coast miners, notwithstanding the posing. Photoshop is a disgrace in his opinion. View "CityofFree" Travel Blog