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Hiya!

My name is Faith- I have a website/blog for my adventures around the world. Lots of urbex, Mad Max/postapocalyptic festivals like Wasteland Weekend, ghost towns, legends etc. I'm based in England but travel all over the place and I'm always looking to team up with fellow explorers. :)

www.lifeoutthere.co.uk

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On 4/23/2018 at 11:16 AM, johnny gomez said:

nice website Faith 

 

Hiya! Thankyou so much! I really want a few tweaks made to it but I need to get a web designer involved. :) Really glad you like it. :D

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