Traveler Takes Incredible Toe-Touch Pictures Around the World

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Traveler Takes Incredible Toe-Touch Pictures Around the World

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A world-traveler, blogger and former acrobat, Jaime Davila, 27, creatively photographed his two-year trip around the globe by doing toe-touches --  426 of them, to be exact. Davila didn’t set out to make the stunt a recurring theme throughout his travels, but he says, it just happened. “I was only two months in to my travels on a volcano boarding tour in Nicaragua and the tour guide stopped us all at the top of the volcano to get a jumping photo,” Davila told GoodMorningAmerica.com. “I jumped, but he was not impressed and made me do it again. Still unimpressed, I decided to do a jump he probably hadn’t seen many people do and bam! He caught my first toe-touch photo.” Davila posted the first high-flying photo to his Facebook fan page, where everyone loved it, so he decided to make it a tradition. Since then, Davila has visited more than 100 cities in 30 different countries.

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