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    Great to learn you survived noisy metro cities in India. There is no comparison of large, organized and sky scrapping towers in America/Europe but this is developing economy.
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    Hmm! Even i am a punjaban btw..
    Juhu Chowpatty, yeah its ten minute walking distance from my place. super crowded till wee hours. Besides deep fried items, Rajasthani cuisine assembles very spicy ingredients that not many can gulp at one go. Punjabi is still all right, a yogurt drink (Lassi) can sooth mother of all indigestion's.
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    See the traffic isn't friendly. I mean, plumes of smoke leftovers are very hazardous, i inhale warm steam to counter its negatives. Sometimes, go out in air conditioned cab but avoid long walks during high traffic. On personal note, life outside cities is great. Think Goa, Kerala but right now, Dharamshala (Himalayas) on my mind
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    Ya masuri was epic.
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    The online traveling world seems to rave about you. So tell me wizehop, where can I follow your whereabouts and learn more of your lifestyle? If you're still active that is
    Started watching your videoes recently - Trip report Brazil and the Chapters 1 through 5 Asia Roaming - such amazing footage man much appreciated -

    If you're ever on the Front Range of Colorado and want a warm spot to stay in please shoot me a message I currently stay in a town called Longmont. We'll have hella craft whiskey waitin for ya

    & outta genuine curiosity, will we get a continuation of the Asia Roaming?
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    Glad you liked the vids, if I'm ever down that way Ill let you know for sure. I have it half done but the footage is so far in between and not a lot so its been tough. I may just do a little segmant on it with a future vid. Its a bit tough filming yourself, and the people I travel with aren't really interested in the process so I never get enough to really work with...but Im making it a priority next trip
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    Oh and IM always down for Whiskey!!!
    Going to be doing my own "Winterlust" adventure this year. I'll be sure to post pics for you and a video!
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    Looking forward to it
    Hey man, I didn't even know you were on STP! I've watched all your videos and I randomly saw you in chat haha. Well, hope all is well with ya! I just got back to my hometown after my first successful hop, thank you so much for showing me the basics but I'll tell you this... it was a lot different then I thought.
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    Nice man, good to hear from you. How was it different>
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    Well, first the hours if not day I've had to wait just for a decent ride able car. I understand markers, but I still don't know how to read times tables like you taught us, and I went in really just riding blind, ended up leaving Scranton pa to somewhere in NY state, and then caught a train back to what I thought would be NYC
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    Well, that didn't happen. Ended up on the Delaware-Hudson south bound entering Maryland, It's like I couldn't leave the northeast.
    Hey i was reading an article online about kids getting drawn into the vagabond/traveling culture through the internet and you were in it. Youve been in a youtube video i saw too, so its weird youre kind of a spokesperson for traveling folks.
    ty for the reply. well im in oslo, and there doesnt seem to be too many options here but im sure ill find something.
    have you been to norway and taken the rails there? im trying to find out a lil info before i take a trip. i dont know much how things are here compared to the states
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    Dude, the Brazil film totally blew me away and I learned a lot. Glad youre still on stp, I know youve been here ever since I joined in 2009. Keep it up.
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    hey I'm having trouble up at night Cincinnati to Huntington West Virginia by any chance do you have any advice
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    Hows the doc comin along mang?
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    I'm a subscriber to your YT chan. Looking for a road dawg for my first rail-ride.
    Don't think I am a yuppie cause I've never hopped freight. I am a Nomad through and through, having hitched well over 20,000 km in the last 15 years. Just want to learn from a pro. Hit me up and we can chat.
    Cheers!
    P.s. I'm currently in Calgary but only until spring.
    Hey man, I'm a huge fan of yours. I have watched all of your videos and can't wait til the next one! Keep posting!!
    Hey dude, I'm a location manager in film and part time railroad bum in Los Angeles. If you ever take a show down here in the states or find yourself rolling through, drop me a line. Keep the videos coming. Your work is crack for a traveling soul.
    are you on facebook? i would love to host you and banita. i think you would like omaha. if you like to fish, you would be right at home.
    Awesome documentaries man, i just seen them a week ago..mad inspiring to say the least.
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