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supah:
that doesnt sound gruelling at all

Air:
Love the route <<<<3.

You won me over when you put Kerkyra and then Patra with ferries <<<<<<<<<<<<3.

And don't forget to go to the catacombs under the cricket ground.

MrDeerShank:
Another route:

Leg 1: USA (New York City) -> Portugal (Lisbon)
Leg 2: Portugal -> Germany (Stuttgart)
Leg 3: Germany (Stuttgart)
Leg 4: Germany -> Cote D'Ivoire (Abidjan)
Leg 5: Cote D'Ivoire (Abidjan)
Leg 6: Cote D'Ivoire -> Belarus (Minsk)
Leg 7: Belarus -> Turkey (Ankara)
Leg 8: Turkey -> Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek)
Leg 9: Kyrgyzstan (Sretenka and Kara Balta)
Leg 10: Kyrygzstan -> The Philippines (Legazpi)
Leg 11: The Philippines -> Colombia (Bogota)
Leg 12: Colombia -> USA (Tallahassee)

RachelLeVega:

--- Quote from: supah3ro on January 03, 2013, 02:17:42 PM ---that doesnt sound gruelling at all

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??? Well, if you really think about the first leg... hurrying to climb walls and stairs and then descending back down (tiring as heck) :(, 30 min. separation per ferry transport (teams must hurry if they want to catch their first TAR flight  :o... arriving in Casablanca at night to drive to a questionable rural town is quite confusing and frustrating without detailed maps  :tantrum... and then the Roadblock, it is very easy to suffer/attract cacti needle skin irritation without much light source (unless you're prepared and have flashlight hard hats) :ascared, and directing a mule... we all know how Ari & Staella and Nate & Jen felt when their mule wouldn't move, and at night... quite nightmare-ish. :stare

And when you get eliminated by a stupid mule or confusion of directions... :whoop:

RachelLeVega:

--- Quote from: Airlinesguy on January 03, 2013, 06:11:35 PM ---Love the route <<<<3.

You won me over when you put Kerkyra and then Patra with ferries <<<<<<<<<<<<3.

And don't forget to go to the catacombs under the cricket ground.

--- End quote ---
Of course, it's one of the things Patra is well-known for. :tup:

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