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Backpacking in Austenasia: Guided Tour of the Protected State of Orly

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Recently I had the honour of becoming the first ever tourist to visit the Empire of Austenasia, which declared independence from the United Kingdom back in 2008 and is a small country of 75 residents. After crossing the border from …

Backpacking in Austenasia: Top 8 Sights in Wrythe, the Capital

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On one of my recent adventures I became the first tourist to visit Wrythe, Austenasia’s capital. Having crossed the border from the town of Carshalton in London, England I was greeted by Emperor Jonathan I and given a guided tour …

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Backpacking in Austenasia: Becoming the First Tourist to Visit Wrythe, the Capital

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On my landmark milestone week where I crack my 100th real life country to have visited, I decided on a few other quirky adventures on the way, this involved visits to see my friends and family on route as well as …

World Borders: How to Get to Wrythe, Austenasia (Within Carshalton, England)

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The route to my 100th (FIFA recognised) country couldn’t have been more bizarre really. To spice things up, and in true fashion of the way this journey has gone, I decided to visit a few small countries/micronations on the way. My …

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My Travel Plans for My 100th Country and The DSL Book Launch

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“How we like to sing along, though the words are wrong. It really really really could happen.” – Damon Albarn, 1995 This is a post for any regular readers out there that follow my journeys. I don’t always document my …

Sunday’s Inspiration: We Could Be Reaching Out For Anything If We Try Enough (99 Not Out)

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“Everything is out there. And there’s no limits out there. We could be reaching out for anything if we try enough.” – Tunde Baiyewu So the journey continues and I’ve a lot of people to thank for it. It wasn’t …