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Adrian

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14 travel journals
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176 pictures and 0 videos

3 countries visited:
Uruguay, Chile, Argentina

Favorite means of transport:
on foot, car, plane

About me

Músico, Coleccionista de vinilos, Conductor del programa de radio 33RPM especializado en vinilos.

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Name
Adrian
Age
36 (birthday on 7 May)
Sex
Male

I live in
Buenos Aires Argentina
I speak
Spanish

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My best travel experience
Diría que el mejor viaje siempre está por venir pero cada uno tuvo y tiene su encanto, su naturaleza e identidad propia. De Argentina... tanto al norte como al sur resultó ser increíble. Mar, montañas, cerros nevados, salinas... de todo en un mismo país.

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