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11 years later, he's back home after a walk around the world on foot !

 
Kaynos
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11 years later, he's back home after a walk around the world on foot !
On August 18th, 2000, at 9:00 am, Jean Béliveau left Montreal, Canada. His goal is to walk around the planet to promote "Peace and non-violence for the profit of the children of the world". He is travelling alone with a three-wheeled stroller that holds a bit of food, his clothing, a First Aid kit, a small tent and a sleeping bag.

Today he's back home, 11 years later. Read his amazing story on this site.

[link to wwwalk.org]
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10/16/2011 11:37 AM
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Re: 11 years later, he's back home after a walk around the world on foot !
On August 18th, 2000, at 9:00 am, Jean Béliveau left Montreal, Canada. His goal is to walk around the planet to promote "Peace and non-violence for the profit of the children of the world". He is travelling alone with a three-wheeled stroller that holds a bit of food, his clothing, a First Aid kit, a small tent and a sleeping bag.

Today he's back home, 11 years later. Read his amazing story on this site.

[link to wwwalk.org]
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What is he Jesus or something, if not explain how he "walked" across the oceans??
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10/16/2011 11:48 AM
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Re: 11 years later, he's back home after a walk around the world on foot !
Floating shoes.

[link to bencraven.org.uk]

Or very long stilts.
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Re: 11 years later, he's back home after a walk around the world on foot !
On August 18th, 2000, at 9:00 am, Jean Béliveau left Montreal, Canada. His goal is to walk around the planet to promote "Peace and non-violence for the profit of the children of the world". He is travelling alone with a three-wheeled stroller that holds a bit of food, his clothing, a First Aid kit, a small tent and a sleeping bag.

Today he's back home, 11 years later. Read his amazing story on this site.

[link to wwwalk.org]
 Quoting: Kaynos


What is he Jesus or something, if not explain how he "walked" across the oceans??
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3412195


Maybe the wet part of the world doesn't count? I thought that little problem should have been covered in the op.

Not all of us can just ignore our families for 11 years. I didn't go to the link...does he have kids?
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10/16/2011 02:09 PM
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Re: 11 years later, he's back home after a walk around the world on foot !
Anybody who just up and leaves his wife with 3 handicapped children is a sorry excuse of a man - Just like those protesters popping up out of their mommy and daddy's basement to whine about not having a job. There are some things more important than camping out for 6 years and taking cruises.
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Re: 11 years later, he's back home after a walk around the world on foot !
The website says he walked from North America to South America, then across to South Africa, up to Europe, then the Middle East, South and Eastern Asia, Australia, New Zealand and finally back to Canada.

He walked a lot of territory, so I guess taking a boat at certain points doesn't really detract from his achievement.
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Re: 11 years later, he's back home after a walk around the world on foot !
The website says he walked from North America to South America, then across to South Africa, up to Europe, then the Middle East, South and Eastern Asia, Australia, New Zealand and finally back to Canada.

He walked a lot of territory, so I guess taking a boat at certain points doesn't really detract from his achievement.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2394678


how big of u considering that even u can't walk on water

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