#travelRRR

Ok, so you know those people who take pictures of some random item on their travels? Maybe it's a gnome, or Flat Stanley, or a rubber lizard, or some other traveling toy. Yeah, Greg's one of those people, too. His traveling companion is none other than Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Why Rudolph? Well for starters, legend has it that he really only works one night a year. What does he do with the rest of his time? You might think that he'd be playing reindeer games and such up at the North Pole, but remember: he can fly...
Paris, obviously.
Question:  If you could fly, would you hang out at the North Pole all year long?
Me neither. Rudolph, or 'Triple R' when he goes by his initials (RRR), loves to travel. He also loves food. And of course, he loves the ladies. So keep your eyes out, as he frequently pops up in my travel photos. But you should know that he--much like Indiana Jones' friend Marcus Brody-- has friends in every town and village from here to the Sudan, he speaks a dozen languages, knows every local custom, he'll blend in, disappear, you'll never see him again. Unless you're following his adventures on this blog, on Instagram @WorldTravelRRR or #travelRRR, or on Tumblr (TravelRRR.tumblr.com).


Here are some of Greg's favorites:
Hawaii
Mount Fuji, Japan
Disclaimer: Of course, I need to point out that Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has all sorts of copyrights and licensing rights that apply to him. None of which belong to me. Which is why I'm not trying to sell anything with his image, or profit in any other way. Consider it a work of fan-fiction if you will, and I've expanded his world by taking him to far off lands and dressing him up in the local style.
Egypt
G'nite from the Outback
Keeping up with RRR hasn't been easy. Greg's currently transitioning the photo collection (yet again) to Instagram (@WorldTravelRRR) and Tumblr (TravelRRR.tumblr.com), but until he finishes that you can find some of the albums scattered across the internet.
Here's the list by country:
A: Afghanistan | Argentina | Austria | Australia
B: Belgium | Belize
C: CanadaCroatia | Czech Republic
D: Denmark
E: Egypt | England | Estonia
F: Finland | France
G: Germany | Gibraltar | Greece
H: HondurasHungary
I: Iraq | Ireland | Italy
J: Japan | Jordan
L: Lithuania | Lichtenstein
M: MexicoMorocco
N: Netherlands | New Zealand
P: Poland
Q: Qatar
R: Russia
S: Saudi Arabia | Scotland | South Korea | Sri Lanka | Spain | Sweden | Switzerland
T: Turkey | Turkmenistan
U: United Arab Emirates | Uzbekistan

And in the US:
Guam

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