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Where I’ve Been

By all accounts I’m a pretty young guy who has lead what a good number of people would consider a privileged life. I am not about to deny it. I consider the ability to travel and see the world as a luxury that not everyone has the time or money to do. I’m not in a position to travel indefinitely but if I could I would! I’m happiest when I’m on the move and I feel so relaxed when just literally slotting into the world and watching every bit of it zoom past me; taking it all in at my own pace – preferably with a cold beer and good company.

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Rome & Vatican City

Rome. A city founded 750 years before Christ and if the legend is to be believed by the two brothers Romulus and Remus who were raisedย by wolves. However, when deciding what to name their new founded city, one brother killed the other and named it after himself. Iโ€™ll let you guess which one. Of course an empire founded on fratricide that covered most of modern day Europe, Northern Africa and the Middle East was going to have a brutally bloody, yet interesting history. I made the mistake of assuming that being the capital seat of the Roman Empire, that the city would be larger than it is.

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