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Destination Unknown Falkland Islands: Episode 4 Steeple Jason Island

Traveling around the world I finally get to explore my seventh Continent and along the way I visited the Falkland Islands. In this travel video I visit Jason Steeple Island, one of the least visited, and most rugged islands of the Falkland Archipelago.

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