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Can someone make a route that circumnavigates the world twice in 15 legs? :)
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Prob from the same BS person posting faux routes here. :groan:
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The Amazing Race 27 Spoilers / Re: TAR 27 Transportation
« Last post by claude_24hrs on Today at 05:12:11 AM »
I agree with DrRox, the two major airports in Zimbabwe from Victoria Falls are Bulawayo (440 km/273 mi) or Harare (712 km/445 mi). Both cities have non-stop flights to Johannesburg.
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What's with this BS route on Wikipedia?  :funny:

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Leg 2 (Brazil → Argentina)
Leg 3 (Argentina)
Leg 4 (Argentina → Zambia)
Leg 5 (Zambia → Zimbabwe)
Leg 6 (Zimbabwe → France)
Leg 7 (France → The Netherlands)
Leg 8 (The Netherlands → Ukraine)
Leg 9 (Ukraine → Kazakhstan)
Leg 10 (Kazakhstan → Vietnam)
Leg 11 (Vietnam)
Leg 12 (Vietnam → United States )
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Since they used the Netherlands to visit India in TAR 4, after India we will probably see either Thailand, Malaysia, New Zealand, or the Philippines. But they visited Malaysia in TAR24, Philippines in TAR25, Thailand in TAR26, maybe they'll visit New Zealand next. Or who knows maybe Thailand again for a consecutive season. Hoping for a Philippine leg! Jig or Pig US version needs to happen! :funny:

Sadly no any female that wear miniskirt like Sarah this season and no high heels. JAMES & SARAH <3
They need to find an American Sarah!  :hearts:

With the route so far, they might use Asia for the season's rural Leg(s).  Looks like Zambia and Zimbabwe are the "tropical" legs this season.

 :funny: :funny: :funny:

Sarah and Hayden were notable for their cleavage. We need to find another!
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I learned my lesson after having confused the correct location in Zimbabwe with anothe one in Botswana. During my doubts, I came across these videos which I found out to be very funny, perplexing and interesting, "enjoy", specially now that TAR has been spotted in The Netherlands, watch the part of the complicated Dutch-Belgian border:

The Most Complex International Borders in the World
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtLxZiiuaXs

The Most Complex International Borders in the World - Part 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZdkqqjosCM

I love Wonder Why
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Since they used the Netherlands to visit India in TAR 4, after India we will probably see either Thailand, Malaysia, New Zealand, or the Philippines. But they visited Malaysia in TAR24, Philippines in TAR25, Thailand in TAR26, maybe they'll visit New Zealand next. Or who knows maybe Thailand again for a consecutive season. Hoping for a Philippine leg! Jig or Pig US version needs to happen! :funny:

Sadly no any female that wear miniskirt like Sarah this season and no high heels. JAMES & SARAH <3
They need to find an American Sarah!  :hearts:

With the route so far, they might use Asia for the season's rural Leg(s).  Looks like Zambia and Zimbabwe are the "tropical" legs this season.

 :funny: :funny: :funny:
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I learned my lesson after having confused the correct location in Zimbabwe with anothe one in Botswana. During my doubts, I came across these videos which I found out to be very funny, perplexing and interesting, "enjoy", specially now that TAR has been spotted in The Netherlands, watch the part of the complicated Dutch-Belgian border:

The Most Complex International Borders in the World
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtLxZiiuaXs

The Most Complex International Borders in the World - Part 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZdkqqjosCM
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Since they used the Netherlands to visit India in TAR 4, after India we will probably see either Thailand, Malaysia, New Zealand, or the Philippines. But they visited Malaysia in TAR24, Philippines in TAR25, Thailand in TAR26, maybe they'll visit New Zealand next. Or who knows maybe Thailand again for a consecutive season. Hoping for a Philippine leg! Jig or Pig US version needs to happen! :funny:

Sadly no any female that wear miniskirt like Sarah this season and no high heels. JAMES & SARAH <3
They need to find an American Sarah!  :hearts:

With the route so far, they might use Asia for the season's rural Leg(s).  Looks like Zambia and Zimbabwe are the "tropical" legs this season.
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I'm sorry but I'm very confused  ???

So it is absolutely confirmed that they went to Zambia and Zimbabwe. What about Botswana and Namibia? Wasn't everyone pouncing on that just earlier today? Did they go to those four countries? Or did they just go to Zambia and Zimbabwe  ???

Botswana and Namibia were wrong.

My apology:

The blog mentions Chobe Safari Lodge and A' Zambezi River Lodge (I mistook the name as a simple mention to the first one, with a typo); which I assumed were the same one as it all sounded like Chobe, a Zambezi River lodge...

Chobe Safari Lodge www.chobesafarilodge.com happens to be in Botswana across from Namibia and the true right place, correcty spelled "A'zambezi River Lodge", is in Zimbabwe across from Zambia, 80km East of Chobe.

Our graceful collaborator, "R", happened to have been in both, in two consecutive days, which also helped to throw me off.

She has later explained and clarified to Georgia Peach that everything that she saw from TAR was in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, hence the clarification of the existence and visit to A'zambezi River Lodge. http://azambeziriverlodge.com

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