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    is this a trick question ?

    of course not ! almost 9 years ago

    Answered by WFTristan WFTristan via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Hell No! almost 9 years ago

    Answered by Elizabeth Dandy via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Dude, I'm 41, just back from 7 months around africa, and shortly off to India for 3 months, so no, you are not too old! almost 9 years ago

    Answered by Who said mid-life crisis????? via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    cheers guys.what about picking up work as i go,will i struggle because of my age? almost 9 years ago

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    You must be kidding I have friends 90 years old touring. I am 68 and won't stop until no one can carry me. almost 9 years ago

    • haha,love it.cheers Paul,you have inspired me,thank you! Ray almost 9 years ago
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    It just depends on how u want to do it. I'm a hitchhiker and backpacker, I hike into places cars couldn't possibly go, I tent it, and make meals on campfire. My average bag of food and clothes and gear is between 80 and 120 lbs, only averaging 5 days at a time. In a few years I'll be 30 and maybe I'll want to fly and drive and stay in hotels with showers and warm beds, but ones things for sure I'll NEVER stop traveling. the feeling of seeing something new, discovering somewhere, its a pure addiction, one you'll never hear people complain about. almost 9 years ago

    • wow,you must have been to some amazing places and some quality stories.yes i think once start travelling i wont want to stop,will have to try pick up work along the way though so i can keep going.cheers for the advice mate Ray almost 9 years ago
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    Seriously? I'm 41 years old and have traveled over 100,000 miles this year alone. I recommend starting with something not too challenging. Or even better, find a traveling buddy to share the experience, and concerns, with. almost 9 years ago

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    Now is the best time. You probably have more disposable income than in your 20s. You are mature enough to know what you want to get out of travelling. I am going to be 40 and I really believe that now is the time to see the world. See, Enjoy and learn about the world. You will learn lots about yourself in the process! almost 9 years ago

    Answered by Ninner via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app

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