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Lana Elway
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I am a 22 year old journalist who recently graduated from university and am now travelling the world, documenting my adventures as I go
I am a 22 year old journalist who recently graduated from university and am now travelling the world, documenting my adventures as I go

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Nha Trang and Hoi An
From Ho Chi Minh City we began our journey north up the coast of Vietnam. We have taken lots of overnight buses in the seven months of globe-trotting so far but these ones are the strangest. Actual beds are lined up in rows of three the length of the bus wi...

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Indonesia
The next chapter in our adventures would begin with Bali, Indonesia. Although I was sad to be leaving Australia after a whirlwind visit, I was excited to push the boundaries again and experience new cultures. This excitement was tinged with apprehension how...

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Magnetic Island
After my whirlwind introduction to Australia in Cairns it was time for me to see what the east coast has to offer and the first stop was at Magnetic Island, or Maggie as it's so affectionately called by locals. With a population of only 2,500 people there i...

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Cafayate
Aside from Mendoza, Argentina's most prominent wine-making region, Cafayate is the place to go to try the world famous local wines, whether you're a vino connoisseur or just appreciate a good tipple. Although Cafayate is a tourist destination it has managed...

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Cuenca and Loja
After our hiking-heavy time in Ecuador we took it down a notch on our south way to Peru as we stayed a couple of nights in Cuenca, and then Loja. Cuenca is a city surrounded by mountains and famous for the fact it has four separate rivers running through it...

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Huacachina
Next on the itinerary was the desert oasis town of Huacachina, close to the coastal city of Ica. The town is centred around a small lagoon lined with palm trees with huge sand dunes looming as far as the eye can see.  Apart from wanting a few days to relax ...

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Lima
Capital cities usually confuse my emotions before we arrive as most in South America have a dangerous reputation but promise the chance to spend a few days lapping up all the prospects a city has to offer. Lima is no different to this; most of the backpacke...

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Cuenca and Loja
After our
hiking-heavy time in Ecuador we took it down a notch on our south way to Peru
as we stayed a couple of nights in Cuenca, and then Loja. Cuenca is a
city surrounded by mountains and famous for the fact it has four separate
rivers running through it...

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Bienvenidos a Peru! Huanchaco
Welcome to Peru! I cant quite believe we are in Peru already. Brazil only seems like two minutes ago but they do say that time flies when you´re having fun! Fun isn´t quite the word I would use to describe our first experiences of Peru. After a tyre change ...

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Cuenca and Loja
After our hiking-heavy time in Ecuador we took it down a notch on our south way to Peru as we stayed a couple of nights in Cuenca, and then Loja.

Cuenca is a city surrounded by mountains and famous for the fact it has four separate rivers running through ...
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