walkabout

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a walking trip or tour

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a public stroll by a celebrity to meet people informally

nomadic excursions into the bush made by an Aborigine

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Its first house was erected in West Street in April of that year and, 175 years on, I could enjoy going walkabout over the border to highlight what is left of the original town, then sharing a bag of fish and chips together somewhere afterwards.
As for Otis, well he milked his guitar-god status brilliantly, delivering a medley in the styles of his heroes, from Albert Collins to Stevie Ray Vaughan before going walkabout in the crowd, kissing the girls.
FABIEN BARTHEZTHE showman used a bit of showmanship to ensure United held their advantage over struggling Leicester, going walkabout before facing a penalty from Muzzy Izzet, which he saved.
Going walkabout has helped to boost the half-year performance of Regent Inns which saw pre-tax profits up 28 per cent to pounds 10.
IRELAND'S oldest Jack Russell terrier was back in his owner's arms last night after going walkabout for three days.