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Katbearfoot

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Where is your favorite place, so far?

For me, it’s Morocco. That is where I found my peace.

In particular, I enjoyed Asilah, Chefchaouen, and the desert near Zagora/Mhamid

Chefchaouen:
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Desert:
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My bed! :p

My absolute favorite place on earth is the south island of New Zealand. I was pretty nervous when I flew into Christchurch, but I found everyone to be really friendly and totally into the idea of picking up a hitchhiker from a foreign country. I met some Maori people who were very kind and I spent some time in Aoraki national park, which was life changing. I've never slept anywhere more beautiful in my life.
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So many favourite places!
A few...

Bath, Somerset, UK
Gorgeous town, and were my dad grew up
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Limpopo, South Africa
Wildlife everywhere, amazing scenery and some super friendly people (once you weed out the racists)!

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Northern NSW, Australia
A little closer to my hometown. Nimbin, Mullumbimby, Brunswick Heads...shit, this area is the best in Oz!
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CelticWanderer

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the boonies of northwest arkansas. I spent time out there on a homestead way out in the woods.
The air there is electric with energy, the copper beech trees are easy to connect with and I spent my days off exploring creeks and lime stone caverns.

That place blasted my spirituality to new heights, I still have dreams of the crows and a specific tree I spent time with deep in the woods.
 

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what's called 'Patagonia' (land of the giants) - a handful of regions composing the southernmost portion of South America - starting with Rio Negro & Araucania provinces (Argentina/Chile respectively) in the North all the way until the approach with the Drake Passage, the shortest gap with Antarctica on the planet

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Torres Del Paine Parque Nacional (Chile)

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El Chalten Parque Nacional (Argentina)

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Sun setting in Ancud on Isla Grande de Chiloe (Chile)
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horses I bumped into walking back to camp from the beach outside Cucao on Isla Grande de Chiloe
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Los Alerces Parque Nacional (west of Esquel, Argentina)
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my friend's place. Lago Huillinco, Isla Grande de Chiloe
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backside of the main strip in El Calafate (Argentina)
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graffiti in town by the lake - Villarrica (Chile)

one could for sure spend the rest of their life exploring between the places all along the Andes Cordillera, all the tiny islands & fjords on the Chilean side, etc etc...

the North of both countries also has a ton to offer! one day I will go to the Chaco Region too and I have a good friend in La Serena, Chile which is a good city, good times swimming there. South America as a whole I think is misunderstood and slept on
 
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Very cool post!!! As for me I have several but it's my bucket list of places that I need to get too. Thanks all for sharing!!
 

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I've mentioned this a lot before, but the deserts of Australia absolutely blew me away...

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The Florida everglades were unforgiving, dense, and teeming with all sorts of life. Hiking a flooded trail into the night, i saw bioluminescent algea light up around my feet with each kick of my boot.

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Cool! Thanks for your responses. I’ll keep all these places in mind next time I’m wondering where to go
 

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