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Your longest uninterrupted trip

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This is a World question, not a USA question.

What is the longest time you have travelled without interruption? For the purposes of the question, 'uninterrupted' is defined as not stopping anywhere for more than 3 months. It allows for a few months spent following the grape harvest in France or picking fruit in Australia for example. Beyond 3 months I think it is reasonable to say you are no longer travelling but instead are living in a place. Hence the cut off at 3 months.

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