By Gunnar Garfors
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Gunnar Garfors has visited all 198 international locations on the planet - because the youngest pastime tourist - and has encountered humans, areas and occasions so much can in basic terms dream of. The globetrotter has deftly woven his reviews jointly right into a tale that takes the reader on an emotive journey and establishes a reference to him and his quest. anticipate outrageous stories grouped in unique issues, whole with personal chapters for each nation.
Gunnar's adventures contain numerous shuttle international files and he has been featured through CNN, Huffington submit, BBC global, day-by-day Mail and lots of extra media shops in a hundred+ international locations. he's a trip reporter and quizmaster for Norway's largest radio express and often offers at media or commute occasions world-wide.
The writer on Twitter: @garfors
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198: How I Ran Out of Countries by Gunnar Garfors