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Leave school at 18....and then off to see the world (97 countries in fact)

It hard to imagine that there will be more than a tinge of envy when people read this post on the web site / bog boredpanda.

The subject in question is bannered:  "I Quit My Studies At The Age Of 18 And Traveled To 97 Countries Since Then".

"Bored from studies I quit everything when I was 18-years-old and started traveling around the world. Now I’m 27 and have visited 97 countries, From Nigeria in Africa to North Korea in Asia.

I always travel on a low budget and I never use guidebooks. Here are some of the hidden beauties around the world."

Go here to view fabulous photos taken by this adventurer.


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