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What is Chronic Wanderlust?

Welcome to Chronic Wanderlust!

What the hell is Chronic Wanderlust?! Well, it’s linguistic definition is “a super-strong and amazingly constant drive to travel”… less technically speaking, Chronic Wanderlust is where I write about my life love; traveling, exploring new places, meeting new people and learning about their cultures. As a Washington DC native and hotel concierge, I’ll always feature events and cool things about the District.

About Me:
I’m a Washington DC-based hotel concierge and radio host. My passions are airplanes, travel, music and anything artificially grape flavored. Comment away and feel free to email me or follow me on Twitter. Let me know if you have any questions or requests!

See you on the road!

Justin

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My Bucket List:

– Visit all 7 continents

– Fill a passport before I turn 30

– Polar bear swim

– Climb a volcano

– Learn a foreign language

– See the pyramids

– Dive the Great Barrier Reef

– Go hiking in Papua New Guinea

– Drive an 18 wheeler

– Ride a motorcycle across an international border

– Skydive

– Bungee jump

–  Visit Israel

Ride the Trans-Siberian Railroad

Eat Fugu

– Cross the Panama Canal

– Sail the Mekong Delta

– Hug a penguin. Why? It’d be a funny story.

– Go at least one week without electricity

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5 Responses

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  2. I love reading your blog!!!!

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  4. Great stories, great pictures, great blog!!!

  5. This blog rocks!

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