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In 1999 26-year old Nick White resigned from his Dunedin job, rented his house, and spent the next year travelling the length of South America and learning Spanish. A Canadian company employed him to guide small tour groups throughout the continent, and he subsequently set up two of his own companies, with tours extending as far and wide as the Galapagos Islands, Peru, Brazil and Ecuador.

Eventually the call of home became too loud to ignore and in 2016 he sold up and returned

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