This is the imported user page of user LocoDelNorte on wikitravel.org/en. All contributions that this user had made on Wikitravel up until August 2012 were imported. The imported revisions of this contributor are labelled as "(WT-en) LocoDelNorte".
LocoDelNorte is a free spirit living in the far north of Norway. Not so young as he used to be, he has travelled a bit. LocoDelNorte likes to combine culture, art and history with good food and lazing on the beach. You will consequently not find him trekking in the Himalayas, rafting down the Grand Canyon or on off-piste skis down the mountains of his native Norway. Queenstown in New Zealand seems like hell to him (feel free to enlighten him on this).
LocoDelNorte has Mexico as his favourite country, especially the civilised colonial cities of the highlands, but also enjoyed India and Malaysia. Other favourites include art and history in Eastern European cities like Tallinn, Riga or Prague. Italy was but a phase (albeit interesting). Next time he just might go to Tblisi or Lviv, whereas Buenos Aires is also high on the most-wanted list. Distant islands like Easter Island or Saint Helena also lure(winning the lottery is part of those plans). Other ideas are appreciated.
LocoDelNorte doesn't speak Spanish as well as his nick implies, but speaks a decent German and French. He also gets by reasonably well in Italian, although he has been known to be frightfully rude without intent. His English comes with a northern musicality, but is understood by most anglophones. You will, however, never hear him speak Swedish. There is a limit to how low he will sink.
Since LocoDelNorte talks a bit about his home region, he would like to remain anonymous.
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