Eat Well Travel Often 55
Travel makes me happy, so does delicious food! I've sailed across the Pacific Ocean on a 50 foot yacht, and trekked the infamous Kokoda track in the jungles of Papua New Guinea. Eat Well Travel Often my friend!
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