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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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The most famous redhead in the world (pictured) goes walkabout to meet some deserving children on Tuesday on BBC1.
It may not be able to put the clock back for you, but it'll try - and it can use your complaints to win a better deal in other cases when post goes walkabout in future.
His adventures are many and varied as he goes walkabout through hip hop's usually softer side with the majestically melodic soul-minded single Nothin' On You the standout track.
Ray Mears Goes Walkabout (BBC2, 8.15pm) is a new, four-part series featuring different journeys in Australia.
Pointing to recent Labour problems and highlighting Robin Cook, Peter Mandelson and Ron Davies, he said: "Because a Labour Foreign Secretary disposes of his marriage in the departure lounge at Heathrow, because a Labour Trade Secretary cannot fill in mortgage forms accurately, because a Labour Welsh Secretary goes walkabout on Clapham Common, does not mean the Labour Party as a whole is sleazy."