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Frawldog's Traveler Profile

I have traveled to 101 countries, posted 3,491 pictures and written 619 entries in 18 travel blogs
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Member Since
Sep 23, 2011

About Frawldog

Truck Driver/Farmer
Favourite music
Audioslave, 3 days grace, Eminem
Favourite movie
Ugly Truth, Dumb and Dumber, Just go with it,Bounty Hunter
Favourite quote
Life doesn't care about your excuses, The world is a big book, the ones that never stray away from home only write a small page
Interests and hobbies
traveling, wrestling, mma, movies
One thing I want to do before I die
Raise a happy familiy and travel over 100 countries!
Favourite book
The Bible, The Long Walk
My friends describe me as
The most amazing moment in my life so far
Winning state in wrestling. Placing at college nationals in wrestling.
My name is Kyle Frawley.  I am the son of Edward frawley and have no mother.  I grew up on a 35 acre farm in Buckley WA, USA.  I graduated from White River High School in 2002 where I was also a state champ wrestler.  I went onto to get my associates degree from North Idaho College and was a 2x All American wrestler there in the NJCAA division, then went onto get my bachelor's degree in Physical Education from Lindenwood Universtiy in 2007.  I was also an All American wrestler at Lindenwood and wrestled as a member of the 2007 NAIA National Championship team and coaches the 2008 NAIA National Championship team.  In 2005, I took up traveling as a hobby going to London with my friend Lacy Lisac.  Ever since then, I have been addicted to it.  I love seeing culture, beaches, cities, festivals, monuments, ruins and nature.

Recent Entries by Frawldog

  • How to Travel for free - Jul 12, 2016

    I didn't travel much growing up. I went on my first airplane when I was 12 years old when I went to Los Angeles to visit Disney Land. My mom signed me up for frequent flyer miles in the airport. My...

  • Last day of trip - May 4, 2013

    Managua was a $1 bus ride for the 1.5 hour journey. To be honest, there ain't much here in Managua, but I expected this before coming here. There was no real monuments or even colonial buildings. A...

  • Granada - May 3, 2013

    Granada is another small colonial town with a lot of cathedrals. It is the 2nd to last stop on my trip and was very close to my final stop of Managua. From my previous stop of San Juan del Sur, I h...

Travel Blogs by Frawldog

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