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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South America >> Brazil >>
In my series on World Borders, here’s how to get from Argentina to Paraguay (via Brazil), yes you will end up going from Puerto Iguazu to Foz do Iguacu and onwards into Ciudad del Este. This is a complete guide …
Recife threw up a wee surprise on my South American trip. I don’t tend to stick to obvious tourist routes for most of my travels, hence why I flew from Paramaribo in Suriname to Recife in north eastern Brazil. It’s …
Brazil and Parana (region) flags served as my entrance point to the Republic of Brazil when I ventured across the border from Argentina in December 2010. As a football fan,it was always a dream to visit Brazil, but here my …
I’ve always loved being in and around water. The river near where I grew up, The Cotton River ran alongside Linear Park in Bangor, mind you it wasn’t one to be swimming in. Though Belfast Lough and the Irish Sea …
In December 2010 I made it across the border into Brazil. I went from Argentina to Brazil on a bus across the bridge between Puerto Iguazu and Foz Do Iguacu. There were two border points, one for exiting Argentina and …
I read somewhere that Sao Paulo was a “monster” and I simply loved that word as a classification of a city. It was always the plan to end my recent South America experience in Sao Paulo, as my final flight …