Jonny was recently in Starogard Gdański, POLAND
He last backpacked in Kaliningrad City, KALININGRAD
Now Jonny Blair lives in Gdańsk, POLAND next
Number of continents visited: 7
Number of countries visited: 127 (151 including disputed countries)
Number of cities/towns visited: 859 NOT OUT!
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What is Don’t Stop Living?Welcome to Don't Stop Living - a lifestyle of travel. Don't Stop Living was once the most passionate and real life one man travel blog in the world. But it's over now, I was lied to, humiliated and so the blog had to stop. Enjoy my back catalogue. Safe travels! Jonny Blair (Bangor, NORTHERN IRELAND)- Where Has Jonny Been?
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